Moving and Grooving Seated Chair Tap
Get moving and grooving with this fun seated tap dance workout. The video reviews the benefits of seated tap dancing, then walks viewers through five different tap steps (kicks, digs, heel drops, shuffles, and cramp rolls). After learning the steps, they will be combined together in a dance to “Clap Your Hands” by Leo Soul.
Spasticity & Stroke: Seated Stretching Routine
This video provides 5 different exercises to help prevent and reduce tight and stiff muscles.
Targeted Hand Exercises for Survivors of Stroke Using Therapy Putty
This video shows you some ways you can use therapy putty to help stretch out and strengthen the muscles in your hands and fingers of your stroke affected side.
Seated Tap Dance Exercise for Stroke Survivors
Get a fun workout by joining in on this fun seated tap dance video.
Rebuilding Your Life After Stroke – New
After a stroke, it’s important to practice Range of Motion Exercises to strengthen the connection between your mind and body. Keep up daily physical fitness and wellness by exercising. This video will guide you through hand, wrist and finger range of motion exercises that are important to do following a stroke. Exercising daily will help make both your body and mind strong. Here are some simple exercises you can do to increase your range of motion of your wrists and fingers. You can do these exercises seated with your hands on your lap or on a table.
Seated Cardio Exercise: Dance It Out!
Have some fun and get a cardio workout with some chair dancing!
Seated Yoga-Based Exercise for Stroke Survivors
This video reviews some of the benefits of yoga practice for stroke survivors, and then guides you through some deep breathing exercises and seated yoga-based poses. Yoga is a great way to strengthen your mind-body connection, and improve your balance, range of motion and strength. Seated poses can be accessible to stroke survivors at many different levels of recovery and can be further modified as needed. Practicing yoga poses are also great for improving your mental health too!
Chair Yoga for Stroke Survivors
Chair yoga is wonderful way to start or end your day with an intention in mind throughout the session. In this video the intention is gratitude.
Lower Body Exercise & Range of Motion (ROM)
Exercising is essential to building muscle strength & supporting health, cognition, and mood. Exercising also reduces your risk of stroke. This video demonstrates seated lower body stretches and exercises you can do to improve movement in your joints and strength in your legs.
Seated Upper Body Range of Motion Exercises
This video targets upper body strength and range of motion. If you have experienced a stroke, it is extremely important to keep up with strength on both sides of your body and always remember to stretch as you want to maintain your muscle movement so you can keep doing those activities you want or need to do every day!