Keep Moving

. . . . In The Water

In Fairfax | Flamingos in Training
The only aquatic exercise program for people with Parkinson’s and their caregivers in Northern Virginia! We keep moving in a 92 degree pool, 3-4 feet deep twice a week on Tuesdays and Thursdays from 10:00 am – 11:00 am.
Website: www.FlamingosInTraining.com
Contact: Sonia Gow, certified group fitness instructor
Email: sonia@soniagow.com   |   Phone: (703) 378-7221​

. . . With Rock Steady Boxing for Parkinson’s

In Mclean | Rock Steady Boxing NOVA
8501 Tyco Road A-2, Vienna, VA 22182
In Sterling  |  Rock Steady Boxing NOVA
Disciple MMA Academy, 21620 Ridgetop Circle Unit 100A, Sterling, VA 20164

Website: http://rocksteadynova.com/
Contact: Alec Langstein, Owner/Coach
Email: nova@rsbaffiliate.com   |   Phone: (571) 730-8553

. . .  With a Parkinson’s Cycle Class

In Vienna | Parkinson’s Cycle Class at Cycle Chi 

When: Tuesdays and Thursdays 1:30pm – 2:30pm
Where: Cycle Chi, 211 Mill Street, NE, Vienna, VA 22180 (located next to Pennywise Thriftshop).

Requirements: A pre-class assessment is required to take the class to ensure safety. Cost is only $10 (first class fee). Participant must be able to get on and off bike with minimal assistance and be able to pedal safely. Assessments may be scheduled via email to Krista@cyclechi.com or by calling Krista at 703-303-0600 and will take 10-20 minutes.

Scheduling: Classes are drop in, but it is highly recommended that you reserve your bike in advance to ensure you have a spot in the class. Space is limited to 20 bikes and without a reservation you are not guaranteed a spot. Reservations can be made online at www.cyclechi.com or by calling Krista 703-303-0600 (please call more than 1 hour prior to class starting).

Cost: Cost will be the same as other cycle class passes which can be purchased online or in the studio. Class packs do not expire and can be used at any time.
$21 – Single Class Pass                                     $100 – 5 Class Pack ($20 per class)
$190 – 10 Class Pack ($19 per class)               $360 – 20 Class Pack ($18 per class)

For more information or questions please contact Krista via email krista@cyclechi.com or phone 703-303-0600.
Hope to see you there for a fun workout!

. . . With Dance for PD® – also Streamed Online

Wednesdays, 4:30-5:30 p.m.
At: Kenmore Middle School, 200 S. Carlin Springs Road, Arlington, VA

More information about this class and others in Virginia on the Bowen McCauley Dance Company website (click here) and also the Dance for PD website (click here)

Watch streamed Dance for PD® classes from the Mark Morris Dance Center in Brooklyn, NY. A new class will be streamed on the last Wednesday of each month.
Click here to view past videos.​

. . . . With Yoga Therapy

In Vienna, Fairfax | Heart Tree Yoga
Thrive: Supporting People With Parkinson’s Through Yoga Therapeutics

I’m really thrilled to share about a program I am pulling together to support people with Parkinson’s. It is a specialized, intimate program to designed to help build a toolbox of techniques to apply to the unique needs of each participant–to help respond to “what shows up” each day–whether the need is to manage energy, uplift mood, reduce anxiety, alleviate body tension, or build greater internal physical balance, stamina and support.

The program will use a unique combined format of private sessions and supportive small-sized community classes to help participants nurture a personal customized self-care practice. The community classes will include time to review and reinforce what each student is working on with their customized program so that the practices can become more integrated and supported in daily life.

If you know someone with Parkinson’s who you think could benefit from this unique opportunity, please contact me.

Website: www.HeartTreeYoga.com
Contact: Carolyn Bagdoyan, RYT 200, LFYP
Email: hearttreeyoga@gmail.com   |   Phone: (703) 862-5922​

. . . and there’s more

The Parkinson Foundation of the National Capital Area (PFNCA) offers a variety of exercise programs including climbing for Parkinson’s and Tai Chi, as well as communications clubs.

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