HOW: Get set up in a standing position balancing on one foot on a firm surface. While maintaining balance, reach with your opposite foot in a Y-orientation - see video for demonstration and tips.   FEEL: This should feel like you're promoting and controlling motion...

HOW: Get set up in a standing position balancing on one foot on a foam pad or unstable surface like a pillow. While maintaining balance, reach with your opposite foot in a Y-orientation - see video for demonstration and tips.   FEEL: This should feel...

HOW: Get set up in a tall kneeling position on your knees on a foam surface or something unstable and soft like a pillow. Be positioned near a wall or sturdy object in case you need to recover your balance. Begin the exercise by...

Test DESCRIPTION: The Single Leg Balance Assessment is a reliable tool developed and used to evaluate balance. Please watch the video to get a visual demonstration of how to perform the test and what to be mindful of. Below you will find a description of...

HOW:  Get set-up standing with your feet in a heel-to-toe position. Maintain your balance, switch feet and perform again.   FEEL:  You should feel like your balance is being challenged. If you’re having difficulty maintaining your balance, try to focus on an object with your...

HOW:  Get set up near a wall or an object such as a chair to ensure safety if you were to lose your balance. Slowly shift your weight laterally all the way to one side trying to put 100% of your weight onto one...

HOW:  Get set up near a wall or an object such as a chair to ensure safety if you were to lose your balance. Raise your heels and maintain this position for the entirety of this exercise. Slowly shift your weight laterally all the...

HOW: Position yourself standing in a corner with your back to it, or with a wall, chair, or sturdy object near you. Place your feet directly together and balance on a firm surface. Once balanced, then close your eyes. Focus on standing upright and...

HOW: Position yourself standing in a corner with your back to it, or with a wall, chair, or sturdy object near you. Place your feet directly together and balance on a foam pad or unstable surface like a pillow. Focus on standing upright and...