Sheila Levine – Volunteer Spotlight

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Sheila Levine, of Pepper Pike, has been volunteering at InMotion for the past two years. Sheila can be found behind the front desk Thursday mornings welcoming clients as they arrive for class. She is also a volunteer coach in the Mindful Movement class on Wednesday mornings.

Sheila was introduced to InMotion by Amy and the late Lee Handel. She is inspired by the connections clients form with one another and watching their enjoyment when participating in classes and conversing in the living room between classes. ...

InMotion Volunteers Being Honored at Pals In Motion

One reason InMotion is able to offer services at no cost to clients is due to our many volunteers who help us day in and day out, week after week – at the front desk and in our classes. We would not be able to do what we do without them! We are thanking them for all that they do by dedicating the 2018 Pals In Motion race in their honor. ...

InMotion Appoints New Members to the Board of Directors

InMotion is pleased to announce the appointment of seven new members to our Board of Directors. Please join us in welcoming:

Jim Bickel

Jim has an over 35-year career in Information Technology management and consulting in several different industries and assignments.  Most recently Jim was the IT Director for the Cleveland Foundation for 15 years.  His education background includes a BS in Economics from the Wharton School of the University of Pennsylvania and an MBA from Penn State University. ...

Programming changes coming in June

As you may have already noticed, InMotion classes are getting more and more popular by the day. As new people join our amazing community, it is becoming increasingly more difficult to find space in our classes.

As the InMotion program director, it is my passion to find solutions to meet our growing challenges. In order to better accommodate our community, last September we developed our color system so that every person with Parkinson’s who walks through our doors can maximize their time and potential to stay ahead of their symptoms. ...

Parkinson’s Pals merges with InMotion

We are thrilled to share that InMotion and Parkinson’s Pals have merged as of May 8, 2018. After more than three years of collaboration, our organizations have officially joined together to help serve the growing needs of people living with Parkinson’s disease.

Established in 2011 as a grass-roots non-profit organization to raise awareness and funds for research to help find a cure for PD, Parkinson’s Pals held an annual fundraiser and distributed funds to The Michael J. ...

2017 – A great year of “friend-raising” and fundraising for InMotion by Nancy McCann

2017 saw InMotion client numbers grow each month as we welcomed new clients and friends. Did you know that InMotion is now serving over 1,000 clients and carepartners, at no cost to them, in a warm, inviting space filled with a community of loving, kind-hearted people?

Today we celebrate our successes for 2017 and goals for 2018, celebrating not only our growth and flexibility, but also in the advancement of our programming and strategic vision for 2018. ...

Welcome Cathe Schwartz, New InMotion Chief Executive Officer

The Board of Trustees has selected Cathe Schwartz as the new InMotion Chief Executive Officer. Cathe will officially join the staff on March 19, 2018.

We are thrilled to welcome Cathe onboard and are confident that her experience, knowledge and entrepreneurial spirit are a great match for InMotion as we continue to find new and innovative ways to improve the health and well-being of those affected by Parkinson’s disease.

Cathe is a visionary leader who brings to InMotion deep experience in nonprofit management and fundraising. ...

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.

An Alert, Well-Hydrated Artist in No Acute Distress—Episode One: An Illness’s Introduction

By Catherine Armsden

The story of two artists with incurable neurological disease sharing fear, frustration and friendship as they push to complete the most rewarding work of their careers.


Do you think it’s all in my head?”

Hadley takes off her glasses and sets them on the varnished burl table. Her brown eyes are huge and searching, brimming with tears. For the first time it hits me that at thirty-seven, she’s only eleven years older than my daughter and I flood with a maternal urge to reach for her hand and tell her everything’s going to be okay. ...

InMotion Website Special Events Page–Check Out What is Next at InMotion!

Attention InMotion community and fans, our website now has its own Special Events page where upcoming InMotion community events and details will be posted. Visit the Special Events page and learn about the successful Pals in Motion Family Fitness Event results and find information for our upcoming Open house THIS SATURDAY, Oct 7th from 10am-2pm.

We will continue to update the page as needed.