Low-cost, compact, and accurate systems for in-home rehabilitation are needed in aging, aged, and hyper-aged groups. In this study, we developed an in-home rehabilitation system for patients with balance disorders by providing visual feedback of postural information in real-time. Our system measures the user's whole body motion and the center of pressure (COP) using a Kinect and Wii Balance Board (WBB). The accuracy of body motion for estimating the anterior folding and lateral bending angles was validated experimentally by comparing the estimates with the angles given by an optical motion capture system. Additional experiments showed that the COP has a small correlation coefficient with the angles, suggesting that WBB is necessary for measuring the COP.