Exercise Classes

SE Portland, OR

Parkinson's Movement Class

These classes are based on the Methods of John Argue and have been designed specifically for those with Parkinson’s disease. His approach combines yoga, tai-chi and dance, improving flexibility, strength, balance and overall coordination. This method is known to help prevent falls, improve facial expressiveness and improve intelligibility of speech. For more information about the John Argue Method visit www.JohnArgue.com.

Location:

Beautiful Savior Lutheran Church, 9800 SE 92nd Ave, Portland, OR 97086

When:

Wednesdays, 11:00am – 12:30pm
April 6 – June 8, 2012

Fee:

$50 per person per session

Contact:

Parkinson's Resources of Oregon, 800.426.6806, www.parkinsonsresources.org

Tualatin, OR

Parkinson's Movement Class

These classes are based on the Methods of John Argue and have been designed specifically for those with Parkinson’s disease. His approach combines yoga, tai-chi and dance, improving flexibility, strength, balance and overall coordination. This method is known to help prevent falls, improve facial expressiveness and improve intelligibility of speech. For more information about the John Argue Method visit www.JohnArgue.com.

Location:

Legacy Meridian Park Hospital, Health Education Building, 19300 SW 65th Ave, Tualatin, OR 97062

When:

Mondays, 3:00pm – 4:00pm
April 6 – June 8, 2012

Fee:

$50 per person per session

Contact:

Parkinson's Resources of Oregon, 800.426.6806, www.parkinsonsresources.org

Twin Falls, ID

Parkinson's Exercise Class

The focus of this exercise class is to improve mobility of individuals with Parkinson disease. When you have been diagnosed with Parkinson's, it is very important to stay moving and keep active in order to maintain optimal function. Exercise has been shown to be helpful in maintaining mobility throughout the lifespan.

Location:

St Luke’s Elks Rehab Center, 801 Pole Line Road, Medical Plaza, Suite 202, Twin Falls, ID 83301

When:

Tuesdays and Thursdays
12:30pm - 1:30pm

Fee:

1st class free, then $5 per class, $20 max per month. Second family member half price.

Contact:

Miranda Austin, 208.814.2570, www.stlukeselksrehab.org

Vancouver, WA

Parkinson's Movement Class

These classes are based on the Methods of John Argue and have been designed specifically for those with Parkinson’s disease. His approach combines yoga, tai-chi and dance, improving flexibility, strength, balance and overall coordination. This method is known to help prevent falls, improve facial expressiveness and improve intelligibility of speech. For more information about the John Argue Method visit www.JohnArgue.com.

Location:

SW Washington Medical Center Memorial Campus, 100 E. 33rd St, Vancouver, WA 99664

When:

Wednesdays, 1:30pm - 3:00pm
April 6 - June 8, 2012

Fee:

$55 for 10 weeks

Contact:

Parkinson's Resources of Oregon, 800.426.6806, www.parkinsonsresources.org

Vancouver, WA

Parkinson's Fitness

Developed specifically for people with Parkinson's.

Location:

The Quarry Senior Living, Sunstone Studio, 2nd floor, 415 SE 177th Ave, Vancouver, WA

When:

Tuesday and Thursdays
1:30pm - 2:45pm

Fee:

None.

Contact:

Maria Jokela, 360.944.6000, [email protected]

Vancouver, WA

Exercise for Life Level 1: Tuesdays and Thursdays 2:15pm

Exercise for Life Level 2: Tuesdays and Thursdays 1:00pm

Agility for PD Level 3:Mondays and Wednesdays 10:00am

Call for a free assesment of the appropriate class level. Classes are open to the public for a small fee.

Seven day guest passes available!

Location:

Touchmark at Fairway Village 2927 SE Village Loop Vancouver, WA 98683

When:

Fee:

Yes

Contact:

Kim Lehmann 360.433.6400

Vancouver, WA

Powering Forward for Parkinson's

Developed by the Brian Grant Foundation, the Powering Forward Boot Camp is based on national research around the benefit of exercise to alleviate Parkinson’s symptoms. For those who desire a high-level workout, this program was developed specifically for you! The Powering Forward Boot Camp focuses on full functional body movements using ropes, TRX, kettle bells, BOSUs, weights and boxing and is taught in an interval/circuit training style to keep participants focused. The classes will encourage brain stimulation, challenge balance and stability and teach proper technique and form – all in an encouraging group setting. Be prepared to SWEAT and have FUN!

http://ymcacw.org/powering-forward

Location:

YMCA of Columbia-Willamette

When:

To Be Determined

Fee:

Yes

Contact:

503.223.9622