Pedaling for Parkinson's
Pedaling for Parkinson's follows a specific exercise regime using a stationary bike or using a tandem bike with a “captain” co-rider who helps maintain the required pedaling speed, intensity, and duration. Studies have shown participants experience improvements in stamina, energy, and cognitive functioning. For more information or to volunteer as a “captain”, contact Marcie Gove via email or 616-355-5127.
parkinson's exercise class
This one-hour class will use the support of a chair to perform seated and standing exercises-designed for those with Parkinson's or neurological challenges. Meets Tuesdays & Thursdays at 10:30 am.
This 45 minute class is designed for those who have graduated from the LSVT BIG Therapy program. This class focuses on maximal daily exercises and functional movements in an encouraging group setting. Meets Wednesdays at 9:00 am.
Moving with parkinson's class
This 45 minute class is led by Attila Mosolygo, Grand Rapids Ballet School Director - with a chair for support and set to live piano music, you will express movement in creative and fun ways. See The Courier for days and times offered.
Pedaling for parkinson's spin class
In this one hour class, you receive the same benefits as on the tandem bike. See one of the fitness staff regarding your ability to take the class and The Courier for days and times offered.
Balance & stretch for parkinson's
This 55 minute class helps to increase balance and flexibility, and strengthen your voice. The class meets Monday's and Wednesday's at 10:15 am.
parkinson's support group
This one-hour support group features a different topic and speaker each month. The support group is free and open to the public, please see The Courier for the latest information.