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Maybe you are –
Have balance issues
Have limited mobility
Have vision impairment
Have a temporary disability
Are recovering from illness, injury or surgery
Are an office worker who travels to work in a car, bus or train then works in an office all day
A busy mum with young children, trying to keep the family happy
Maybe this web site can help with those issues – can present you with another form of exercise that really does work, but one you can do easily in the privacy of your own home in any odd free time, or even in the lunch break at the office.
Please feel free to read through the site and follow the links throughout the site and the buttons on the right of this page,
If you have further questions - I can be contacted by the email address or email form on the last page.
Maybe your hopes and dreams and will come closer to being fulfilled, as mine have. But unless you take that first step – you won’t ever know!!
I set this site up to fulfil a dream I have had for a long time – to spread the word on the value of Chair Exercise in a program of healthy living, for many different types of people.
To be healthy, to be able to live a “normal” life and to feel good every day we wake, must surely be the dream of everyone; however few of us are able to do this, for many reasons.
For so many of us the stresses of our lives often get in the way of this and we tend to put away our own needs and wants to tend to other things, so often thinking, “I’ll get back to that, one day” – but that “one day” always seems to stay just out of range.
The butterfly represents freedom - the freedom one gets from following a healthy lifestyle and gaining health, mobility and a zest for living.
Do you want to, or feel you should, lose weight? Or what’s maybe worse, are people forever hinting that you should lose weight? Do you feel you should exercise, but either there isn’t enough time in the day, or you can’t afford a gym, or maybe its snowed overnight, or raining and the streets are slippery and you really can’t work up enthusiasm for a walk or run?
Or maybe you feel you are too old, too obese, too mobility limited, to walk or run, and you really don’t want people “gawking” at you!!
Or even that you really just don’t want to go running or walking but that seems the only exercise that is “proper” exercise!!