St. Paul offers Parkinson’s-friendly class at Phalen Rec

Congratulations to the City of St. Paul Park and Rec Department and HealthEast Capistrant Center for working together to bring Parkinson’s-friendly classes to the Park and Rec calendar.

Starting July 9 the city is offering a Parkinson’s-friendly Tai Chi Chih class Wednesday mornings at Phalen Rec Center. More information and registration details are found here.

NPFM is working to highlight Parkinson’s-friendly exercise opportunities across the region. Do you have a favorite Parkinson’s-friendly exercise we should check out? Let us know at info@parkinsonmn.org.

People with Parkinson’s tell us– and research proves–movement is medicine. Movement is key to treating symptoms of Parkinson’s disease. NPFM’s Persons with Parkinson’s Advisory Board is working to identify Parkinson’s-friendly exercise classes and programs throughout the state. The list is growing!

Note: These programs are listed for information sharing only. Please consult your movement disorders specialist and care team before beginning any exercise program. Although the programs below have been identified as “Parkinson’s friendly” by people with Parkinson’s, they are not certified or approved by NPFM.



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