Whether your skiing down a slippery trail at Bristol Mountain or riding your bike down the Erie Canal path, coordination and balance is a mainstay when enjoying these activities. Even when we are not considering it, our bodies are doing a balance and coordination act. From the mundane to the highest level of performance, our body’s ability to coordinate and balance is simply amazing. The fact of the matter is we have the ability to improve our coordination and balance. Trained professionals at any of our locations can teach you all you need to know about what it takes to get back on that high wire.
• Dan’s directions are clear. I almost always know what he wants me to do. When I don’t, he is aware of that and tells me in another way.
• Dan explains the impact on my body of what he asks me to do. I don’t remember anyone doing that before. His explanations help me understand what we are doing and that helps me follow his directions.
• Dan has a subtle but effective way of correcting me. What seems like an off-hand comment as he walks by reminds me what I should be doing. I don’t feel like I have been told I am doing something wrong.
• Dan is concerned that I feel successful. He will modify something he has asked me to do, explaining what to do when I feel I am being pushed too far. That is valuable when I am doing exercises at home. I know how to adjust what I am doing depending on how I feel (see the second bullet).
• Nice guy. I enjoy coming in to see him.
• Agape. The atmosphere is relaxed but professional. And respectful of the clients.
• I enjoy the Virtual Reality Treadmill and will miss the fun when I am discharged.