Events

Capistrant Fitness I

08/15/2014 11:15 am - 12:15 pm

Fitness 1 is designed for participants who can self-direct their exercise program, walk independently with/out assistive device, and need hands-on assistance less than 50 percent of the time. $5 cost per session.

This unique exercise program stresses components of strengthening, stretching and aerobics.  Fitness classes are supervised by a recreation therapist who will provide guidance to complete exercises, provide assistance as appropriate and monitor response to exercise. The recreational therapists are trained professionals with experience working with people with Parkinson’s disease. Fitness I, II and III are designed to provide fitness opportunities for participants across the continuum of their disease. A free Fitness Assessment is required prior to joining Fitness I, II or III classes.

 

Time and days: 11:30 am to 12:30 pm, Monday through Friday

Location: Capistrant Center at Bethesda Hospital B-Level Physical Therapy Gym

Cost: $5 per session. Scholarships available

Fitness 2 for Parkinson’s and Memory Loss provides unique exercise opportunities that stress important components: cardiovascular, stretching, strengthening and balance.

Be ready to be exercise, challenge your strength, balance, flexibility and have fun!

Dress in comfortable clothes and tennis shoes.

New participants call to schedule a FREE fitness assessment. Meet with a physical therapist for a 30-minute assessment, where the therapist will evaluate your walking, balance, strength and more. This assessment will help the therapist make recommendations for the program that will best meet your needs. Please call 651-326-2150 to schedule a fitness assessment

Capistrant Fitness II

08/15/2014 12:15 pm - 1:00 pm

Fitness  II is designed for participants who need minimal hands-on assistance with walking and transferring and moderate direction for exercise participation. Cost $7 per session.

This unique exercise program stresses components of strengthening, stretching and aerobics.  Fitness classes are supervised by a recreation therapist who will provide guidance to complete exercises, provide assistance as appropriate and monitor response to exercise. The recreational therapists are trained professionals with experience working with people with Parkinson’s disease. Fitness I, II and III are designed to provide fitness opportunities for participants across the continuum of their disease. A free Fitness Assessment is required prior to joining Fitness I, II or III classes.

Parkinson’s Dance Studio

08/15/2014 1:00 pm - 2:15 pm

Parkinson’s Dance Studio class is based on the Dance for PD model of the Mark Morris Dance Group and Brooklyn Parkinson Group. The class draws on modern dance, jazz, ballet, tap and folk dance. It is a fun way for people to get together, move (seated, standing, or both) and enjoy music. No experience necessary. More information is available on their website or by contacting Jessica Roeder at 218-727-8286.

There is parking under the building and in the lot.

 

Living with PSP/MSA/CBD

08/16/2014 10:00 am - 2:30 pm

Sometimes referred to as “Parkinson-plus syndromes” or “atypical Parkinson’s syndromes”, progressive supranuclear palsy, multiple systems atrophy and cortical basal degeneration are neurodegenerative brain diseases that have no known cause, treatment or cure. They affect nerve cells that control walking, balance, mobility, vision, speech, cognition, and swallowing.  Struthers Parkinson’s Center, a part of Park Nicollet Health Services/Health Partners is hosting this conference for those diagnosed with PSP/MSA/CBD and their family members/friends.

 

Program will run from 10:00 am-2:30 pm and will include:

  • Answers to Frequently Asked Questions :Sotirios Parashos MD PhD
  • Physical Therapy in PSP/MSA/CBD: Heather Cianci PT NCS , Board member Cure PSP
  • Nurturing Hope: Joan Hlas LISW
  • The Power of Music: Sandra Holten MT-BC
  • Exhibits and Resources from Struthers Parkinson’s Center team members

 

$20 per person
(Includes conference, continental breakfast and lunch)

Mail registrations to:  Struthers Parkinson’s Center
6701 Country Club Drive Golden Valley MN 55427

PSP Conference flyer 2014

Struthers Club CREATE Therapeutic Day Program

08/18/2014 10:00 am - 3:30 pm

This licensed adult day program is designed to enhance wellness through exercise, creative arts, spiritual care, music therapy, socialization and other activities. It’s open from 10 a.m. to 3:30 p.m. and space is limited. Call for more information. 952-993-5495  or  1-888-993-5495.

Struthers Gentle Yoga

08/18/2014 10:00 am - 11:00 am

Mats are provided at this weekly Gentle Yoga class for people with Parkinson’s. The gentle poses are modified for the individual, although participants must be able to stand unassisted and have no significant blood pressure fluctuations as they change positions. Participants report that they experience relaxation and improved balance. Call 952-993-5495 or 1-888-993-5495 for more information.

 

It’s 10 to 11 a.m., Mondays, at Struthers.

Capistrant Fitness I

08/18/2014 11:15 am - 12:15 pm

Fitness 1 is designed for participants who can self-direct their exercise program, walk independently with/out assistive device, and need hands-on assistance less than 50 percent of the time. $5 cost per session.

This unique exercise program stresses components of strengthening, stretching and aerobics.  Fitness classes are supervised by a recreation therapist who will provide guidance to complete exercises, provide assistance as appropriate and monitor response to exercise. The recreational therapists are trained professionals with experience working with people with Parkinson’s disease. Fitness I, II and III are designed to provide fitness opportunities for participants across the continuum of their disease. A free Fitness Assessment is required prior to joining Fitness I, II or III classes.

 

Time and days: 11:30 am to 12:30 pm, Monday through Friday

Location: Capistrant Center at Bethesda Hospital B-Level Physical Therapy Gym

Cost: $5 per session. Scholarships available

Fitness 2 for Parkinson’s and Memory Loss provides unique exercise opportunities that stress important components: cardiovascular, stretching, strengthening and balance.

Be ready to be exercise, challenge your strength, balance, flexibility and have fun!

Dress in comfortable clothes and tennis shoes.

New participants call to schedule a FREE fitness assessment. Meet with a physical therapist for a 30-minute assessment, where the therapist will evaluate your walking, balance, strength and more. This assessment will help the therapist make recommendations for the program that will best meet your needs. Please call 651-326-2150 to schedule a fitness assessment

Capistrant Fitness II

08/18/2014 12:15 pm - 1:00 pm

Fitness  II is designed for participants who need minimal hands-on assistance with walking and transferring and moderate direction for exercise participation. Cost $7 per session.

This unique exercise program stresses components of strengthening, stretching and aerobics.  Fitness classes are supervised by a recreation therapist who will provide guidance to complete exercises, provide assistance as appropriate and monitor response to exercise. The recreational therapists are trained professionals with experience working with people with Parkinson’s disease. Fitness I, II and III are designed to provide fitness opportunities for participants across the continuum of their disease. A free Fitness Assessment is required prior to joining Fitness I, II or III classes.

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