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Ankle Bells for Wellness, Becky Watson, Music for Wellness, LLC


This episode of the Health Beat Video is LIVE from the 2014 Colonial Heritage Community Foundation Golf Classic in Williamsburg, VA and showcases how I use Ankle Bells for my active older adults and veteran clients!

This annual charity golf tournament benefits the Innovative Senior Champions Program which provides respite services for the family caregiver and the senior family members. I’m honored to be the Music Therapy service provider for this wonderful organization. I utilize an evidenced based program with research demonstrating that one hour of group empowerment drumming boosted immune system, increased mood, decreased stress and anxiety, and bonding (Remo HealthRHYTHMS). More information may found at: www.remo.com/health

The Colonial Heritage Community Foundation, Inc. (CHCF) is dedicated to establishing expanded caregiver support programs; a successful caregiver education series; an adult day care center, respite services and resources for caregivers of senior family members needing assistance and training for caregivers in the Greater Williamsburg Area. http://www.colonialheritagecommunityfoundation.org/

The ankle bells showcased in this video may be purchased through www.X8drums.com..

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  • 1.  Loved it, Would like to know more about the studies.  – Kate Rowe (LCSW) 2.  This was fun!  – Cathy Pitts 3.  This was so much fun and relaxing.  Would love to do this again.  – Cynthia Barrett 4.  Very good and fun presentation.  Great Job!!  –  Anne Nicholson 5.  Awesome!  Thanks for caring…this was exactly what we needed!  – Capt Anita Yates
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