Through education, exercise and healing arts, we strengthen the mind, body and spirit of those affected by Parkinson’s disease, as well as their care partners. Read more here.
Every six months, we ask our clients to participate in physical and quality-of-life assessments. This information ensures that you are on the appropriate path toward success and gives you an opportunity to gauge your progress. Read more here.
At InMotion, you’ll discover what moves you, both literally and figuratively, as we guide you through various exercise curricula geared toward invigorating your body for the journey ahead. Care partners are invited and encouraged to participate in classes as well.
Each day, we see real-life proof of what medical research has long concluded, that exercise and physical activity have a positive, measurable effect on people living with Parkinson’s. In addition to improvements in mood, coordination, mobility and cardiovascular health, physical exercise has been shown to help manage the symptoms of Parkinson’s disease. Read more here.
Explore how healing arts work to strengthen your mind, movement, and energy through touch, expression and introspection.
Our support groups address the needs of two kinds of people: those diagnosed with Parkinson’s disease (clients), and those who are in some way connected to people with Parkinson’s (care partners). Read more here.