Monty Python still lingers as a classic among many of us. Why not combine some physical comedy with some therapy – for this, the sketch of the ‘Ministry of Silly Walks’ is as good as any.
What a great way to contextualise walking, especially for someone who experiences pain while walking – there are marvellous straight leg raises, lunges, crossing the midline, and silly walks in different environments. I have been using it as therapy for years – getting people to watch it or even do it, perhaps when noone is looking! There is some very modern therapy here. Many thanks to John Cleese.
– David Butler