Derby/Springtime is the best time to strut your stuff in a new dress — ideally, one that shows off your best assets and downplays any areas you’re not so confident about. One common ‘trouble zone’ among women is upper arms. Here are a few ideas to keep in mind while shopping if … [Read more...] about Not Sure About Baring Your Arms?
Fitness for Parkinson’s Steve Walsh, a long-time class participant through the Norton Neuroscience Institute (NNI), was diagnosed with Parkinson’s disease in 2014 while living in Michigan and ready to retire. Shortly after his diagnosis, he moved back home to Kentucky to be … [Read more...] about Fighting for Movement
Janet McCarthy is an experienced caregiver who says being adaptable is a key part of effective communication. “We must all have the ability to shift when needed to accommodate all parties,” she says. Being mindful of other people’s needs and feelings is necessary. Of course, … [Read more...] about Hiring a Caregiver: A Need for Flexibility, Patience, and Preparedness
Fitness Classes to Help you Overcome Movement Disorders Extensive research has been done in the realm of movement disorders and show that Tai Chi and yoga, when practiced consistently, have shown improved balance, spatial awareness, reduced fall risk, improved management of … [Read more...] about Better Your Balance
Many people had a lot of downtime in 2020; so much downtime that they began developing new hobbies and taking up craft projects. The Speed Art Museum’s exhibit Isabelle de Borchgrave: Fashioning Art from Paper, which will run through August 22, 2021, takes the idea of crafting … [Read more...] about Louisville: You Have to see These Costumes (Made out of Paper!)