[A qualitative study]: Experiences of six neurologically impaired people – Vojta Self-training

…The daily training sessions were considered interesting and rewarding, and the training period was well worth the time and effort spent. The trainees experienced improvements in relaxation, breathing, strength, mobility, balance, walking ability and fine motor function. They found it important to be able to train on their own. They found it hard to explain to others what they were actually doing, and what happened in their bodies during training sessions…

Vojta Self-training: Experiences of six neurologically impaired people: A qualitative study.

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