1. Rehab Project Bali - Surfing & Lifestyle


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    Join us for the extreme trips around the world! vk.com/rehabproject

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    • Colorado Springs - "Counting the Little Things" S1E4


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      Bryn Moore could never guess she'd be stuck in her big brother's care. After addictions and people left the outcast girl feeling utterly lonely, like a lone fading star in the sky, and after failing to fill her older sister and brother's shoes for her family, she tried to end her torture but failed. Now, with her parents clueless as how to help her addictions and constant depression, she's thrust a state over from Kansas to Colorado, where her big brother Theo will lead her through a slow, humiliating, and painful recovery. How long will it take for her until she's free from the very prison she created for herself? And can everyone she labels as "against her" break through to her? It's an indie radio drama showcasing the ugly realities of life, yet the beauty of love, hope, and friendships overshadowing all the ugliness. "Colorado Springs" is a radio drama produced by Hope Outreach Project with the help of some really amazing people. It aims to bring hope to people stuck in a rough life like Bryn Moore's and show just how much help getting involved in a community of loving people can bring through recovery. Episode 4 Credits Announcer - Trina Yuzuik Bryn Moore - Caitlyn Aymami Tammy Stele - Lynden Blossom Mrs. Piper - Keoka Turner Neighbor 1 & 3 - Chelsea Gray Neighbor 2 - Aaron Lucas Alina Sopt - Writer/Producer Sam Meador - Avicii "Wake Me Up" Acoustic Cover (Closing Song) (C) Hope Outreach Project and Grace Starts Here

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      • Thoracic Stiffness Assessment


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        In this video, Australian Sports Physiotherapist ULRIK LARSEN demonstrates a quick, thirty-second test for thoracic stiffness. This assessment technique is unique in that it is not like other thoracic mobility tests you might come across, which are complicated by hip and shoulder mobility issues and are therefore messy to interpret. The Rehab Trainer Thoracic Stiffness Assessment (that can then become a movement drill or warm-up exercise) is testing pure mid-upper-thoracic mobility… or lack of it. If you are doing this as an exercise, consider warming up with 5 x 5 second holds, and building up to 10 x 10 second sustained holds near the end of your session. This assessment test is just one of the many practical, effective tools taught in in the Rehab Trainer courses by our great team of elite sports physiotherapists. Every course is jam-packed with techniques you can use in every session with your clients to reduce pain and prevent injury. Go to www.rehabtrainer.com.au for more videos like this one, and to find a course near you. Please note: This video should be used as a guide only and is not a substitute for the advice or prescribed course of treatment of qualified medical practitioners or physiotherapists. Participation in any of the exercises shown on this video is at your own risk.

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        • Physio World - Video pill #1


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          A series of video pills about physiotherapy and rehabilitation for "Physio World". My role: video shooting, video editing, motion design. - Una serie di pillole video su fisioterapia e riabilitazione per "Physio World". Il mio ruolo: video shooting, video editing, motion design.

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          • CKC Testmonials


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            CKC participants after the Clinic for Kettlebell Certification

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            • Doctor Mari Teaches About Healthy Relations With Things -- Book Trailer


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              PSYCHOLOGICAL WHOLENESS SERIES Book #6: In today’s world, adults and youth everywhere are using objects like food, drink, money, and computers in ways that are immature, addictive, or foolish. Frequent psychological reasons for irresponsible handling of such things include stress relief, dulling painful emotions, disappointment in love, and feeling more normal. Of course, these ends do not justify the means. In this book, health professional Denise Marie Mari, Ph.D. explains the path away from unsound relations with things toward living more beneficially with self, other people, and God. Excerpt - “In today’s world, there is a disturbing epidemic of adults and youth improperly using created things. For example, objects like food, drink, money, computers, and even treadmills are being used childishly, excessively, or even viciously instead of beneficially. And, where personal unhealthy relational habits to things are found, there can be negative consequences for the quality of relationships with other people and God.”

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              • From Gutter to Glory - Kim Den Hertog


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                WARNING: This video contains graphic details of abuse, drug use and violence. Transformation Ministries: (07) 5592 3677 http://www.transformation.net.au

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                • Dancing Through Rehab


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                  Partners in life, Chuck and Harriet Smith married for better or worse. In 2009 they got a taste of the worst. Harriet suffered a brain hemorrhage. “I had an arterial venous malformation where an artery and a vein went together. It simply was not formed properly and the pressure of that broke,” says Harriet. She was left with permanent damage. Harriet has absolutely no side vision. Her husband captured the feeling in a letter, writing, "With the left half of the world now unseen, her life and self-confidence had suddenly become very restricted." “And there were so many things I had to give up,” says Harriet. “After she was released from the hospital she was starting to close down, and everything was frightening and different,” says Chuck. Quitting was not an option for Chuck. “I finally said okay, this is it. You’re well enough, you’re going dancing,” says Chuck. Many people find a gym setting or this type of exercise is not their cup of tea. Turns out they can get the same exercise and rehab injuries on the dance floor. “There’s just so much therapeutic improvement that people can get out of dancing,” says Nathalie Grondin, who is a physical therapist with Lee Memorial Health System. From head to toe, beginning with posture, balance and body awareness. Ballroom requires coordinated effort, getting people moving in unexpected ways. “Walking backwards is important and also sideways,” says Grondin. Their dance instructor saw the couple blossom. “You can see the transformation from when I first started teaching them until now. I mean they’ve come a long way,” says Bill Wolter. As she regained her footing, Harriet’s confidence soared. “She did things without realizing it, that were outside her limit of comfort,” says Grondin. Dancing through rehab may have been the best move they ever made. “Dancing really, really helped a lot as far as her regaining her grasp on the world,” says Chuck. “He wouldn’t have allowed me to be any less,” says Harriet. They are in synch once again. View More Health Matters video segments at leememorial.org/healthmatters/ Lee Memorial Health System in Fort Myers, FL is the largest network of medical care facilities in Southwest Florida and is highly respected for its expertise, innovation and quality of care. For nearly a century, we’ve been providing our community with everything from primary care treatment to highly specialized care services and robotic assisted surgeries. Visit leememorial.org

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                  • Aaron's Story


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                    My name is Aaron, and this is how God saved my life.

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                    • 'THIS IS HOW WE DO IT!'


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