Studies are showing that exercise is beneficial for people with Parkinson's. Not only can it make you feel better physically, but it can help boost your mood, give you energy and build your confidence. With that said, you need to be safe and choose an exercise program that best fits your abilities. It also needs to be enjoyable so choose a program that you like. If you enjoy it, you are more likely to continue going back. It is always best to check with your doctor before beginning any exercise program.
Parkinson's Exercise Classes around Orange County
Click on the program name for more information.
|Ballard Boxing and Fitness- Rock Steady Boxing Orange County||Rancho Santa Margarita|
|Fight Club HB- Rock Steady Boxing||Huntington Beach|
|I Am Movement-Rock Steady Boxing Irvine||Irvine|
|Let's Be Big St. Jude's Rehab and Wellness Center||Brea|
|M.E. Boxing and Fitness Education-Rock Steady Boxing||Rancho Santa Margarita|
|Neurofit Boxing (Formerly Rock Steady Boxing SC)||Costa Mesa|
|Parkinson's Wellness Program UCI||Orange|
|Pep 4 U||Laguna Hills, Laguna Niguel, Newport Beach, San Clemente|
|Qigong 4 Healthy Aging||San Clemente|
|Ready to Fight-Capo Boxing Gym||San Juan Capistrano|
|Rock Steady Boxing North OC Warriors||Yorba Linda|
|Rogue PT and Wellness-Rock Steady Boxing||Fountain Valley|
|RX Ballroom Dancing||Laguna Hills|
Live in L.A. County?
There are many fitness resources available in Los Angeles. Click below to find a list from the Parkinson's Community Los Angeles.
Live in San Diego?
There are many fitness resources available in the San Diego area. Click below to find a list from the Parkinson's Association of San Diego.
Can't Get Out of the House?
Check out these online Exercise Classes
Brian Grant Foundation Exercise Videos
Davis Phinney Foundation Exercise Essentials Video
Parkinson's Fitness Project Daily Dose