Just doing some on line reading and ran across a couple of interesting articles.
From Phoenix Rising is an excellent article on balance and CFIDS
From Science Digest is a short article on Gluten Ataxia
I found this particularly interesting since my worst symptoms when I used to eat wheat were neurological symptoms. I did have some digestive issues but the worst stuff was the brain fog and extreme fatigue (nothing like CFS but bad none the less). If I was presently eating wheat while dealing with CFS I would be bed ridden instead of housebound. Being wheat free has made a huge difference in my life.
There was also this article on Tai Chi on Phoenix Rising but it address non CFS/FM type illnesses.
http://www.forums.aboutmecfs.org/content.php?232-Tai-Meditation-in-Motion-by-Jody-Smith I am interested in doing Tai Chi and it will probably be the first form of exercise that I take up when I am more mobile again. However since I'm 80% housebound right now with about 4 hours of functional time a day adding Tai Chi is not currently a viable option for me. That said I did find this web site: http://www.5min.com/Video/How-to-do-Seated-Tai-Chi-Routine-32271715 She goes a bit too fast for my taste and there is no instruction with it but it is a good start for a seated routine.
This one made it on to The White House Chronicles.
Maybe we will become visible after all.