InMotion 2017 Programming Highlights

This past year was an incredible year for InMotion. We are excited to share with you two of our main programming highlights from 2017.

  1. We initiated monthly client assessments allowing us to capture data on every client who utilizes our services here at InMotion, in addition to our bi-annual assessments. Assessment results are added to each individual’s MindBody page, allowing them to have access to their progress.
  2. We successfully initiated a color system for our B.E.D. and Boxing classes—yellow for individuals who require assistance; orange for individuals who can get on/off the floor without assistance; and blue for individuals with little or no limitations and are able to push to the max. This new format allows us to provide classes that better align with each individual’s level of Parkinson’s disease, and coach to the specific abilities of each designation.

Looking ahead to 2018, we are thrilled to tell you about a new addition for the coming year. We just purchased a TRX MAPS System that will enable us to add to our data capture process and assess Mobility, Activation, Posture, and Symmetry (MAPS) and truly learn how well you move.

TRX MAPS is a user-friendly, scalable and engaging way to quickly analyze movement quality through the performance of a full-body functional movement scan. In short, 3D sensor technology accurately measures a user’s quality of movement while they perform three overhead squats. Results are delivered with customized, targeted exercises designed to get you moving better and to address specific areas of weakness in order to crush your goals. We can’t wait to implement this new technology, as it will allow us to provide classes that better align with each individual’s level of Parkinson’s. Special thanks to Clare and Don Schuele and an anonymous donor for making this happen.

Thanks to everyone for a great 2017. Here’s to an even better 2018!



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Barb Baird