Yoga Balance Program: A Patient’s Perspective: Question & Answer Session for Clinicians

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  Yoga Balance Program: A Patient’s Perspective: Question & Answer Session for Clinicians. Produced for and in conjunction with Jewish Rehabilitation Hospital Website: www.hjr.qc.ca. Agenda. Introduce Yoga (Dr . Arunja ) Share experiences (Sarah and John) Lead a yoga technique ( Haidee )
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Yoga Balance Program: A Patient’s Perspective: Question & Answer Session for CliniciansProduced for and in conjunction withJewish Rehabilitation HospitalWebsite: www.hjr.qc.caAgenda
  • Introduce Yoga (Dr. Arunja)
  • Share experiences (Sarahand John)
  • Lead a yoga technique (Haidee)
  • Question and Answers
  • Evaluation
  • ObjectivesBy the end of this session you will be able to:
  • Identify benefits of the yoga technique for stroke survivors
  • Perform a yoga breathing technique
  • Identify benefits of the yoga technique for stroke survivors
  • Report evidence (Bastille and Gill-Body,Garrett et al.)
  • Discuss A Systematic Review: Yoga and Mindfulness as Therapeutic Interventions for Stroke Rehabilitation
  • A Systematic Review: Yoga and Mindfulness as Therapeutic Interventions for Stroke Rehabilitation Patient’s Perspectives
  • Sarah and her journey with Stroke to find her balance.
  • Patient’s Perspectives
  • Michael
  • Perform a yoga breathing technique Thoracic Region Diaphragm RegionAbdominal RegionExercise: BreathingAB ClignmentInsert picture of an elderly woman (age range :57-65), sitting on a chair doing yoga. reathingontrolSteps to take a break Stop executing exercise Close your eyes Practice victory breath for 10 counts of MississippiOpen eyesCheck PointsMouth is open wide in an “O” shape
  • Inhale: Expand diaphragm outwards
  • Exhale: Retract the abdomen slowly
  • Tip: Pretend you are trying to make a window foggy with your breathQuestionsLearn More About It
  • Bastille, J., & Gill-Body, K. (2004). A Yoga-Based Exercise Program for People With Chronic PoststrokeHemiparesis.American Physical Therapy, 84(1), 33-48.
  • Gordon, N. F., Gulanick, M., Costa, F., Fletcher, G., Franklin, B., Roth, E., et al. (2004). Physical Activity And Exercise Recommendations For Stroke Survivors: An American Heart Association Scientific Statement From The Council On Clinical Cardiology, Subcommittee On Exercise, Cardiac Rehabilitation, And Prevention; The Council On Cardiovascular. Stroke,35(5), 1230-1240.
  • The Quality of Stroke Care in Canada Canadian Stroke Network. (2011, January 1). http://www.canadianstrokenetwork.ca. Retrieved October 1, 2013, from www.canadianstrokenetwork.ca/wp-content/uploads/2011/06/QoSC-EN1.pdf
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