From strength to resilience: the transformative power of seated exercise for stroke survivors
It's been an exciting and rewarding experience to conduct seated exercise sessions for people who have had a stroke and struggle with mobility. These sessions were Ran by the amazing Jaime Grieves and we were fortunate to receive funding from Active Humber and the Stroke Association, which allowed us to offer these sessions to our community.
We were delighted to see the positive impact that these sessions had on the participants. Many of them reported increased energy levels, improved mood, and a greater sense of independence and control over their bodies. They also appreciated the social aspect of the sessions, as they were able to connect with others who have had similar experiences and challenges.
The feedback from the participants was overwhelmingly positive.
We are grateful to Active Humber and the Stroke Association for their support and for helping us to make a difference in the lives of people who have had a stroke. We look forward to continuing our work and to helping even more people achieve their goals through exercise and movement.
We hope this blog has provided a helpful overview of our stroke mobility sessions and the positive impact they've had on our participants. If you'd like to learn more about the program, we invite you to check out our short video, which provides a more in-depth look at what we've been up to and the progress our participants have made.