Active living in Kingston Ontario

Physical Activity Guidelines for Adults with Parkinson’s

How You Can Get Active!

To achieve important fitness benefits, adults with Parkinson’s who exercise fare better than those who are not active.  Engaging in aerobic activity, along with other activities for strength, flexibility and balance, improves Parkinson’s symptoms and sense of well-being.

Interested in learning more? Read more and find ideas about physical activities for adults with Parkinson’s.

Here is an exercise group especially for people with Parkinson’s:
Parkinson’s Specialty Class- click here for more information
St. Andrew’s by the Lake
1 Redden St (Front & Days Road)

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