We now offer specific classes at the Mark Green Sports Center for those with Parkinson's disease. These classes address the different needs of someone with PD and can help improve symptoms, quality of life, and movement.
Classes require a medical release waiver to be signed by your physician prior to registering. Call the Fitness Coordinator - Robert Magbanua (510) 675-5600 or email email@example.com for more information on how to register.
** Due to COVID-19, the Mark Green Sports Center is only offering virtual Parkinson's exercise classes. Please see the section at the bottom of this page for the current schedule and offerings. For more information, please contact the Fitness Coordinator. **
Yoga for Parkinson’s
A special class for those who have been diagnosed with Parkinson’s or a related neurological condition. This class will help you maintain fluid motion, physical strength and flexibility. No previous yoga experience is required. Join us for an exploration of the possible, in a safe and supportive atmosphere.
Dance for Parkinson’s
Participants are challenged and empowered to explore movement and music in creative and stimulating ways that address balance, cognition, motor skill, coordination, and physical confidence. Led by trained dancers, this class will share their knowledge by using movement sequences that can be done with or without chairs, and will engage each person and provide a refreshing social environment.
This program created by Dr. Farley, a physical therapist, aims to maintain and restore skills that deteriorate and interfere with everyday movements. The 4 main movements of this program can be adapted and progressed into multiple postures (floor, all 4’s, sitting, and standing). Research has demonstrated that the movements in this program as well as the manner in which they are performed can translate into everyday activities, essentially improving overall quality of life. This class will help train those affected with PD to get better with exercise.
Rock Steady Boxing
Fight back against the symptoms associated with Parkinson’s by training like a fighter. By nature, boxing is a workout that demands the body to move in all planes of motion and challenges the mind and body to adapt to every stimulus. In this boxing class you will be able to build strength, power, speed, and endurance, all of which improve quality of life outside of the gym.
Click on the links below to view our virtual Parkinson's classes.
Virtual PWR! Moves
10:30 am -11:30 am
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10:30 am -11:30 am
|Rock Steady Boxing
1:15 pm - 2:15 pm
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