Been a little lax when it comes to getting regular exercise? You’re not alone. Some people have figured out a routine that works for them, but others are struggling. If that’s you, here’s some motivation and a few how-to videos.
Follow the lines, the shapes, the colors in this image. When I do, I am mesmerized and calmed. The image was created by Maine artist Pejj Nunes, who wants to teach her method as a form of art therapy. It’s called Shibui Found Image Art and because of COVID-19, she now has to develop a different way of teaching than she had planned.
Most of the movements we make originate in our cores — from putting on our shoes to playing a sport. Where exactly is your core and how can we make it strong. Watch our short videos to learn more.
Do your shoulders ache sometimes? Maybe while you’re on the computer or texting someone on your phone? Watch our short video demo of some shoulder soothing exercises.
Eat your carrots, they’re good for you! What my mother always told me and it’s true. I bought a bunch of lovely heirloom carrots and asked Jackie Conn to give us a quick carrot cutting demonstration.
Telemedicine — using electronic communications to exchange medical information — is not a new idea. Just a few months ago, I wrote about a home care agency in Maine that uses telemedicine to help elderly clients stay home longer. According to the American Telemedicine Association, the use of telemedicine started more than forty years ago with hospitals trying to […]