Exercise, Dance, and Music Programs
Almost daily, American Parkinson Disease Association (APDA) has multiple online exercises that you can do in the comfort of your own home! From Brain Fitness, Yoga, Sing-alongs, Dance, Strength & Fitness, Movement & Mobility, Tai Chi, and more, different instructors teach sessions to enhance and strengthen your body. This is an incredible amount of Parkinson's Disease focused exercises at your finger tips! https://www.apdaparkinson.org/upcoming-events/
Dancing with Parkinson’s: Online Class Videos
Dance for PD Las Vegas
Weekly classes In Person and via Zoom, Thursdays, 1-2pm. PST
The class is a live streamed class with our In Person class. Zoom participants sign in early so we have time to chat and engage one on one.
People can register for the Zoom class through
our website at:
"Pamela is experienced and immensely knowledgeable in the delivery of high-quality dance programming to people with Parkinson's. She is a leader in this field in the Desert Southwest." ~ David Leventhal, Dance for PD Program Director
"The class is beneficial, because it takes me to a place of possibility, beauty, and grace on the dance floor and beyond - the experience is with me whenever/however I choose to be with it." ~ B.Winston, PD Dancer
"Martha loves to dance....As caregivers, we have noticed an improved mental state, better balance, flexibility and speech...." ~ M. Denton, Caregiver
"I feel I am challenging my brain....My excellent, caring teacher makes the class fun." ~ M. Denton, Caregiver
One of the defining symptoms of Parkinson’s disease is stiffness or slowing of movement. As the disease progresses, many patients also find their speech changes, becoming soft, slower or slurred. There is no known cure for the progressive disease, however, the targeted and intense therapies included in the LSVT BIG & LOUD® program can help patients combat difficulties and deterioration in mobility and speech.
The BIG part of the program focuses on increased large limb movements making improvements to balance, speed of movement and overall quality of life. The BIG therapy, which has been developed over the last 20 years, incorporates proper exercise techniques to engage big limb movements with core strengthening. LSVT BIG therapy can be administered by a physical or occupational therapist.
Patients with Parkinson’s frequently have difficulty with conversation because their voices are softer and they can often run out of breath. To help patients continue to engage in the world around them, the LSVT LOUD® program is designed to increase the clarity and loudness of the voice. https://www.lsvtglobal.com/
Please join the Mizu Shin Tao for a wonderful class on Medical Chi Gung for people with
Parkinson’s/Alzheimer’s/ and other neurological diseases. Work at your pace by learning exercises that will improve tremors, movements, balance, muscle strength, and memory amongst other symptoms.
Please contact Prof. Ken Eddy at Mizu Shin Tao
1531 Greg Street, Sparks, NV
775-358-8337 or 775-851-2544 http://mizushintao.com/chi-gungkikouibuki/
PD-Connect® is a nonprofit organization that serves Parkinson’s pioneers in the San Francisco Bay Area through customized group exercise, neurologically and research-based movement programs.
PD-Connect is an ever-widening community for those who share the PD journey: Spouses, family members, friends and caregivers are encouraged to become involved and draw upon the positive energy that is demonstrated through program participants.
PD-Connect provides donation-based classes for all those living with Parkinson’s disease.
Researchers in Vienna, Austria, have found that sport climbing may help people with Parkinson’s to “significantly” improve their posture.
In the Whitney Peak Hotel
Phone: (775) 398-5443
Mesa Rim Reno-Rock Climbing
970 Harvard Way
Reno, Nevada 89502
Parkinson’s disease is a degenerative movement disorder which can cause deterioration of motor skills, balance, speech and sensory function. Non-contact boxing inspired classes can reverse, reduce, and even delay the symptoms of PD.
Exercises are largely adapted from boxing drills. Boxers condition for optimal agility, speed, muscular endurance, accuracy, hand-eye coordination, footwork and overall strength to defend against and overcome opponents. At RSB, Parkinson’s disease is the opponent. Exercises vary in purpose and form but share one common trait: they are rigorous and intended to extend the perceived capabilities of the participant. https://rocksteadyboxing.org/
Rock Steady Boxing of Northern Nevada in Carson City and Reno.
CrossFit Bangarang/Evoke - In Reno
9744 S Virginia St, Unit A & B, Reno
Tazmanian Boxing Club-In Carson City
3737 North Carson Street, Carson City
Please contact Cisco at (775) 722-1752 or by email at email@example.com for more information.
UFC Gym in Reno- 4875 Kietzke Lane, Unit D, Reno, NV 89509.
Phone: (775) 285-9340 Email: firstname.lastname@example.org
Please call for their schedule.
6135 Lakeside Drive, #121
Reno, NV 89511
Phone: (775) 250-6221
Phone: (775) 525-8169
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