For people with Parkinson’s disease, exercise is more than about being healthy; it’s an absolutely vital component to maintaining balance, mobility, and the ability to perform activites of daily living.
The skills that deteriorate in PD interfere with everyday movement, therefore movements become slow, small, and poorly sequenced. To maintain or restore those PD-specific skills, a focused and practical program is needed.
Our experienced and certified personal trainers work closely with each other and with our members to support their specific needs. Our empatheic and compassionate team uses research-based exercise programing that can help individuals with Parkison’s GET BETTER and STAY BETTER. Through their efforts to educate and empower, our members are given HOPE and are able to improve the quality of their lives.