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There were days that I really felt so -- that I could barely walk around my apartment.
To feel like I was trying out.
And being pulled into a permanent seat.
After years of hit and back ailments Sharon -- and Matalin -- had decided to hit the pool of their local sports club for some much needed therapy.
But the class they found seemed a little impossible to -- -- to I think you know.
They'll -- in the water happily that's that's right you know that in the -- It's called optical yoga and nomads are required.
It's taking the wonderful healing property and benefits of landing countdown and adding it to be unique and that the properties of the water.
-- Yeah -- Easier to stand as the water supporting you.
But it's harder to balance because the waters pushing you know brown so you're constantly working -- -- There are no seeded poses are downward dog done in this new class.
Instructor Barbara Kennedy turns all of those into floating poses.
And has members use noodles and they need extra support.
Barbour says this class is a great exercise for anyone especially for people like Sharon -- Matalin who have orthopedic issues.
Many people have swelling up at -- -- -- the joints -- injuries that they cannot.
-- -- -- -- -- -- So -- from going in the water that waters reporting and getting rid of the idea that -- swelling submerged in the -- you're getting strength range of motion.
-- now -- called continuous range of options.
And after all that -- in the pool both women see and feel that -- And it's.
You stand -- gravity takes over after awhile you can stand.
-- -- something about my posture.
My god is so relaxed some sensors.
Thank you just do and tired management systems so much better.
I think it's a balance of nutrition body mind spirit aren't we -- that -- For more information into -- class near you go to my sports -- dot com.
I'm Courtney Friel Fox News.
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