Physical Exercise Support

February 27, 2013
Prepared by  Dr. Stephanie Kelly

In compiling these resources we have made an effort to identify readily available, low-cost, and quality resources. Although we cannot guarantee the quality of all of the following resources, especially ones that change frequently, this list can encourage you to consider various options of what could be helpful to you, and to start exploring sources of information, sources of support and ideas for coping.

a. Books

b. Educational Video on Youtube

c. Websites

d. DVDs These websites have complied the top DVDs for a variety of different exercises.

e. CDs

f. Support groups

g. Live lecture or talk providers

h. Nature trails

i. Yoga Studios

j. APPS for smartphones (free apps listed below; others available for fee)

k. Gyms & Fitness Clubs/Recreation Centers

l. Sliding-Scale Counseling in the Community

m. Fee-for-Service Therapists

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