At the 4th World Parkinson Congress held in Portland, Oregon September 20-23, 2016, a group of researchers affiliated with InMotion presented a poster entitled “Early Results on Preservation of Motor Performance in a Community-Based Exercise Program”. The poster text detailed the results of a study of 28 volunteers with Parkinson’s disease attending physical activity programs (dance, exercise, sports, tai chi, yoga) at InMotion. Each person was individually assessed on the basis of a number of tests of physical performance at the beginning of their attendance at InMotion, and after 6 months of participation. ...
On September 29th, the new Spinning for PD class had its first meeting at the Warrensville Heights YMCA.
Our InMotion group will meet every Thursday at 10am and cycle together.
We invite you to join us!
The class is FREE for InMotion clients and a YMCA membership is not required.
The Warrensville Heights YMCA is located at 4433 Northfields Rd., Warrensville Heights, OH 44128
– Become familiar with spinning bike features
– Learn to set-up your bike for class
– Become familiar with RPM’s & cadence
– Learn about heart rate zones and your health
We will go for short and then longer rides as we begin to feel more comfortable! ...
InMotion Community, we are excited and proud to introduce The PATH Initiative!
InMotion founders Karen Jaffe & Ben Rossi recently attended the World Parkinson Congress (WPC) and spent the greater portion of their time spreading the word about InMotion. They fielded lots of questions about how exactly InMotion was formed. They had a lot to share!
Clients of InMotion, have the opportunity to experience the benefits of community exercise programming at the highest level. ...
Our very own InMotion Program Director and InMotion co-founder, Ben Rossi, will be presenting a 15-minute presentation about the InMotion Better Every Day Program at the NEOMED Take Control! A Symposium to Advance Research on Parkinson’s Disease on Wednesday, May 4th. ...
My role as the Director of Physical Wellness for InMotion has been inspired by a combination of 20 years working in the fitness industry ( the last seven of which were spent in the trenches working with the Parkinson’s community), and by my time as an Ambassador for the Michael J. Fox Foundation with the Partners in Parkinson’s movement.
The focus of my blog will be to offer you an optimistic approach to living with Parkinson’s Disease (PD.) There was a time when PD was life threatening, but not anymore. ...