Fun Games during the COVID-19 Home Quarantine
COVID-19 (Coronavirus) pandemic is major news and problems all over the world right now. Many healthy individuals are requested to be self-quarantine at home to control this pandemic. Staying at home for a long time causes a significant challenge to remaining physically active and mentally positive. A sedentary lifestyle can influence health, stress, quality of life and family bonding.
Usually spending time with family is a great quality time. However, in the 2019 study on Hurricane Harvey, domestic violence goes up with national crises caused by stress to ramp up.
This mean, COVID-19 is the same situation! In Fact, there was news that a man killed his wife because of overwhelmed stress by COVID-19 in Japan. Also in Europe, news introduced that there are increased numbers for violence reports after lockdown.
I am sure you all stress in this situation, but we need to control this home violence.
How?? How we can do that?
That is why I made this course!
Let's spend 30 min or so quality time with your family/partner and laugh together!
Laughter is the Best Medicine.
Laughter can reduce stress and increase the immune system! So laughter can be helpful to beat COVID-19!!
Yes, we can do this together!
Who this course is for:
- Everyone who lives with someone, such as family, partner, roommate, etc
- People who live alone also need to take this course to connect to others through technology
- People aready tired staying home and stress spending time with family
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Founder of the Shion Holistic Samurai Method. While she had been in America for 18 years, she earned a Doctorate in Physical Therapy degree and had worked in some hospitals and clinics. Because of her experiences, she realized the importance of integration for Western Medicine and Eastern philosophy for a holistic approach. Currently, she is training Shion-Ryu Kenjutsu with a Grand Master and learning Samurai philosophy.
She is running her an Adult DayCare Service specialized in Rehabilitation. She also works as a head coach for the Rock Steady Boxing for Parkinson's Disease Patient.