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In Person Class! Offers Parkinson's specific balance, strength and flexibility exercises. We will work to improve posture and increase limits of stability and help develop your ability to recognize the factors and circumstances that can cause loss of balance. Instructor: Becky Dallum Cost: $8/class #BalanceFind out more »
Yoga for PD: Zoom Yoga is a highly recommended complementary therapy for PD; reducing anxiety, and often decreasing tremors and other associated symptoms. Carepartners and friends welcome! YOGA FOR PD is carefully designed to increase flexibility, strength and balance while alleviating stress. Research shows YOGA improves visuospatial memory, a type of remembering that is important […]Find out more »
24 Movements derived from the PaKua Chinese Arts & Sciences. Mobile and stretch each vertebra ensuring spinal mobility and supporting optimal posture. Movement progressions from standing to seated on the floor, but all work can be done seated in a chair. Movement in ALL planes of motion. Some kneeling is optional. No props needed. Modifications […]Find out more »
The Early Stage Care Partner support group welcomes those who are caring for a loved one who is in the early stage of a Parkinson's diagnosis. Please contact the group facilitator, Martha 503.830.7246, to obtain Zoom meeting details. #WashingtonFind out more »
A seated workout encompasses far more than movements. Chair based exercises will develop your cardio fitness, muscular strength, and flexibility. Come learn the proper biomechanics of free weights exercises. Instructor: Curly Dykstra Class Fee is $10/class or $15/class if drop inFind out more »
Parkinson's Exercise Class Participants in this class should be able to be on their feet for 1 hour and able to independently get up and down off the floor. This is a high intensity class focused on big amplitude, strength, balance, dual tasking and agility exercises. Care partners are strongly encouraged to be present for […]Find out more »
Rock Steady Boxing (RSB) is a non-contact fitness program designed specifically for people with Parkinson's. ... According to RSB, “boxers condition for optimal agility, speed, muscular endurance, accuracy, hand-eye coordination, footwork and overall strength. *This class is for anyone who would like to enhance coordination, balance and overall conditioning. Instructor is Curly Dykstra Fees are $10/class […]Find out more »
Laughter Practice = exercise combining the aerobic aspect of hearty laughter with the calming mindfulness of deep breathing & the empowerment of constructive play. Other useful Information: (Able to stand for durations of time, move continuously, etc.) Instructed by: Laura Lou Pape-McCarthyFind out more »
Popular Rock Steady Boxing group classes now in Salem! In person Level 3-4 class with all your favorite RSB features. Instructed by August Peterson Class fee is $100/month, contact August if this is a barrier.Find out more »
Tai Chi has proven beneficial for balance, range of movement, gait, as well as general well-being. This class is best for individuals who can be on their feet for 45 minutes, though can be adapted for chair exercise. Instructor: Christopher Boyer $99/month, sliding scale available #Clackamas #TaiChiFind out more »