I like Nancy’s comment about demonstrating quickly about small changes.
I had an opportunity the other day to speak to about 50 people (all over 70) about exercise. A quick survey showed that most of them did not move much at all. I called the talk “On Moving, MELTing and Sitting Still”. Even though a MELT demo for the hands was part of it, I also included a hip mobilization which I had picked up from Pete McCall at a conference. This took about 5 minutes to do but I had included a ‘before and after’ ROM assessment. Predictably, after 5 minutes of swinging the hips as far as they would go, range of motion had increased to a general murmur of WHOA! I had handouts prepared for everybody so that they could take home the instructions on how to do it.
Will they do it? I have no idea but I am pretty sure that some of them will, and that little first step may be the starting point for another.