Cindy Senk, who has been living with osteoarthritis for 48 years and with Sjogren’s syndrome for six years, is a certified personal trainer, exercise instructor and yoga teacher who has been teaching her students online in response to the coronavirus. An Arthritis Foundation volunteer for 20 years, she serves as chair of the Springfield, Massachusetts, area Walk to Cure Arthritis, she’s a Live Yes! Connect group facilitator and she teaches Arthritis Foundation exercise and aquatics programs.
May 12th, 2020 | Season 2 | 38 mins 30 secs
ankylosing spondylitis, anxiety, arthritis, chair yoga, community, connect group, connections, degenerative disc disease, depression, fibromyalgia, lupus, osteoarthritis, pandemic, physical activity, physical distancing, rheumatoid arthritis, social distancing, staying active, support group, virtual connections, virtual physical activity, walking, yoga
The environment we are living in today with physical distancing can make you feel disconnected from your loved ones and community. It can make the feelings of isolation from living with arthritis even more of a struggle. In this episode, you’ll hear some words of wisdom from two amazing volunteers who live with arthritis and are doing their part to support their arthritis communities. Cindy Senk and Helen King share their tips for staying active and connected – virtually.
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