Stroke Rehabilitation

What we can do


Physical coping strategies

Task-related functional movement training​

Stroke-specific resistance training

The design of self-recovery programmes with the aim of self-reliance.

  • Correct your balance and posture

  • Improve your co-ordination and timing

  • Increase your flexibility and stamina

  • Increase your muscular, tendon and ligament strength

  • Increase your confidence and remove your fear of the consequences of exercising

  • Increase your ability to perform everyday tasks and progressively more self-sufficient

  • Become productive in an occupation or past-time

  • Increase your self-esteem and be happy with life


JK House Training Centre programme offers a tailored training regime for each individual, which revolves around functional movement with task-related exercises. We will teach you the importance of encouraging brain plasticity with the practice that you do. Trained and monitored by A.R.N.I, The ARNI Approach is the first comprehensive collection of reality-based techniques grounded in contemporary neurological research perspectives that is available for you to access after the assistance of the therapist.






Life after a Stroke


After a stroke, rehabilitation will not only focus on helping someone recover from disabilities but also on making changes in lifestyle, home, work, and relationships. Changes will depend on the type of disabilities, which are determined by the part of the brain affected by the stroke.

A stroke in the right side of the brain can cause difficulty with performing everyday tasks. This type of stroke affects the ability to judge distance, size, position, rate of movement, form, and the way parts relate to the whole (spatial-perceptual problems).

Perception problems may include:

  • Not noticing people or things on the affected side and turning the head or eyes to the unaffected side.

  • Someone with these types of problems may not be able to steer a wheelchair through a large doorway without bumping the door frame.

  • Not being aware of body parts on the affected side.

  • Difficulty forming numbers and letters, confusing similar numbers, or not being able to add numbers.

  • Having trouble spelling words and reading.

  • Confusing the inside and outside of clothing or the right and left sides of clothing.

  • Having a hard time perceiving whether he or she is sitting or standing.

ABOUT JK House Training Centre

JK House Training Centre has helped many people achieve their fitness goals, from rehabilitation after stroke, weight loss, and building up to an event. Join one of our trainers and start being the best that you can be.


JK House Training Centre 

Martial Arts & Fitness Centre,

156a Stanley Green Road, Poole,

Dorset, BH15 3AH.

Tel:  01392 956365

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