27 Mar Exercise and Make a Difference: World Parkinson Day – April 11
Did you know that exercise can improve the symptoms of Parkinson’s Disease? It reduces stiffness, improves mobility and balance, and helps increase neurotransmitters to our hearts, lungs and nervous system.
Parkinson’s Disease is the fastest growing neurological disorder worldwide and is poised to continue to grow exponentially. And so for World Parkinson Day on April 11, together with our partners, we invite individuals with Parkinson’s Disease, caregivers, family members, and advocates to participate in free online fitness classes to raise awareness of the importance of exercising for Parkinson’s Disease.
All participants will get a one-month free membership to BurnAlong for the month of April, where they can take classes from our hundreds of fitness and wellness partners and instructors. (You can sign up here if you haven’t already!)
Here are some new classes just added specifically geared to those with Parkinson’s.
- JoanieFit Parkinson’s Workout – Tap-ups and Hip Openers
- JoanieFit Parkinson’s Workout – Chair Workouts for Abs and Hips
- JoanieFit Parkinson’s Workout – Punch Series 1
- JoanieFit Parkinson’s Workout – Punch Series 2
- JoanieFit Parkinson’s Workout – Punch Series 3
- Premier Physical Therapy Parkinson’s Class by Prateen Patel
- Full Body Conditioning – Parkinson’s by Joanie Fit
- Parkinson’s Towel Rotation to Fight Rigidity by Joanie Fit
- Yoga Nidra for Parkinson’s by Lynn Matthews
- Yoga for Parkinson’s by Prateen Patel
- Total Body Workout for Parkinson’s by JoanieFit LLC
- Dance For Parkinson’s Disease At Home Intro Video led by David Leventhal
- Parkinson’s Weight Training by JoanieFit
- Monster Walk for Parkinson’s by JoanieFit
- Parkinson’s Dance with Alexa by Alexa Van Leer
- Dance for Parkinson’s Disease with Misty Owens by Misty Owens
- Tai Chi for Parkinson’s Disease by Eric Hunt
- Intro to Boxing for Parkinson’s Disease by Eric Hunt
- Boxing by Eric Hunt
- Parkinson’s Dance Axion Trainer 2 by Alexa Van Leer
Check back here to see new videos added almost daily! And let us know what classes you’re looking for by leaving a comment below.
Supported by the National Parkinson’s Foundation, the University of Rochester, and The Davis Phinney Foundation.
Watch BurnAlong co-Founder, Daniel Freedman, on Fox45 In The Morning with Patrice Sanders. Visit Fox45 for the full story.