Rock Steady Boxing
Mondays, February 22 & March 1, 11:00 AM / Jen Goldberg (Cohn + Virtual)
Tuesdays, February 23 & March 2, 12:30 PM / Beth Maberry (BGF + Virtual)
Wednesdays, February 24 & March 3, 11:00 AM / Jen Shipherd (Cohn + Virtual)
Fridays, February 26 & March 5, 1:30 PM / Beth Maberry (BGF + Virtual)
A fun activity that focuses on building strength in the core. Rock Steady Boxing conditions for agility, speed, endurance, hand-eye coordination.
Tremble Clefs Singing Group
Mondays, February 22 & March 1, 3:00 PM (Cohn + Virtual)
Addresses voice projection, breathing and posture. Tremble Clefs is voice therapy and mutual social support through singing, performance and the power of making music together.
Nia Class with Jen Goldberg
Tuesdays, February 23 & March 2, 11:00 AM (Cohn + Virtual)
A full body, mind and spirit fitness practice, leading to greater health and well-being. Nia is designed to unleash your personal power through movement and music, integrating dance arts, healing arts and martial arts. Nia enhances body awareness with focus on flexibility, agility, mobility, strength and stability.
Chair Yoga & Line Dance with Sarah Flook
Wednesdays, February 24 & March 3, 2:00 PM (BGF + Virtual)
Promotes balance, coordination and mobility. Move fluidly to the music as you learn fun choreographed dance steps.
Stretch & Strengthen
Monday, February 22 & March 1, 1:30 PM (BGF + Virtual) with Sarah Flook
Thursday, February 25 & March 4, 2:00 PM (Cohn + Virtual) with Suzanne Chen
This class addresses flexibility and neuromotor functions such as balance and gait, coordination, and agility. The class encourages muscular strength and muscular endurance. It is designed to enhance physical and mental balance and coordination.
Brain Games: Travel Trivia, Word Find, Jeopardy, etc. with Vandan Kamath
Thursday, February 25, 10:30 AM (Virtual)
A fun morning of games and puzzles to engage the brain and sharpen the mind.
Fine Motor Skills & Handwriting Workshop with Cathy Daumen
Friday, February 26 & March 5, 10:30 AM (Virtual)
Helps reinforce the brain signals to improve eye and hand coordination. This is a 3 step approach: exercising the large arm/hand muscles, working with the fine motor skills, and exercises to improve handwriting. All 3 areas need to work together for success.
Tai Chi with Suzanne Chen
Friday, February 26 & March 5, 3:00 PM (Cohn + Virtual)
Tai Chi has been shown to be one of the most effective exercises for improving balance in patients with Parkinson’s disease by using gentle, flowing movements with the breath to improve balance, strength, flexibility, coordination, and motor control. Tai Chi calms all the systems of the body, targeting the nervous system, which helps relieve stress, anxiety and depression.
Support Groups (Virtual)
Care Partner Support Group Newly Diagnosed, Monday, February 22, 11:15 AM
Patient Support Group Newly Diagnosed, Monday, February 22, 12:30 PM
Patient Support Group, Friday, February 26 & March 5, 12:00 PM
Care Partners Support Group, Friday, March 5, 1:30 PM
This program is supported by a Community Grant from the Parkinson’s Foundation
Philip Shayman Parkinson’s Program Introduction. Learn more about who we are and what we offer.
Stretch and Strengthen Introduction.
Rock Steady Boxing Introduction.
For more information contact Pnina Levermore at email@example.com