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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 »
Join PRO and Bill Wilson for in person exercise classes at the McMinnville Senior Center. Classes are Thursdays 11:00 - 12:30p, April 7 - June 30, 2022. We will be following COVID protocols and ask that if you are sick you do not attend class and we are encouraging masks to be worn during the […]Find out more »
The Pilates Method utilizes guidance principles throughout its exercise repertoire. Follow gentle and progressed movements in all directions of the spine. Maintain the spine supple, the core strong, and the mind engaged for better fluid movement. Spinal movement in all directions: flexion (forward bending), extension (backwards bending), lateral flexion (side bending), rotation, and in combinations […]Find 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 class for people with Parkinson's approved Level 1-2 class Instructed by Kris Myers Class fees/gym memberships start at $30/monthFind out more »
Join us virtually for some mindfulness meditation practices from the comfort and safety of your own home. Numerous studies reveal the benefits of the practice, including reductions in symptoms related to anxiety, depression, stress, chronic pain and more. Recent studies now specifically addressing the benefits of mindfulness for Parkinson’s Disease confirm promising results. In partnership […]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 »
This class engages the brain and body to encourage more fluid, balanced movement and improve strength, agility and gait. This class is ideal for individuals with neuromuscular challenges (Parkinson's, mild stroke, multiple sclerosis) that may cause loss of balance and coordination. Those who are not independent in standing should bring someone to support them. Class […]Find out more »
The support group in Tillamook welcomes family, friends and carepartners as well as those living with a diagnosis of Parkinson's disease. Contact the group facilitators, Michael & Joanne 503.655.0604 for details and before attending your first meeting. #TillamookFind out more »