Exercise at Home with Parkinson’s
Friday, 12th June 2020

Exercise is one of the most powerful treatments for Parkinson’s disease but keeping active can be challenging under the current restrictions. Thanks to several organisations we are excited to share a variety of online activities.

Today we highlight some of the ways that you can keep active from the comfort of your home.


 NOTE: These programs will suit a variety of people at different stages in their Parkinson’s so please keep within your personal capabilities.  If you feel dizzy or lightheaded during exercise, STOP immediately. If you are unsure whether the exercise program is suitable for you please consult with your doctor.


PD Warrior

PD Warrior is an intensive exercise-based program designed to drive neuroplastic change in people with Parkinson’s. PD Warrior is your support network, education channel, enabler, confidence giver and motivational coach. This rehab program will teach you how to move well, believe in yourself and live better with Parkinson’s. People who have completed the PD Warrior 10 Week Challenge report feeling more confident in their movements, are able to move more freely and are getting back into life.

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Dance for Parkinson’s

Dance is having a significant impact in helping to manage symptoms and wellbeing for people living with Parkinson’s. Learn about some dance programs in Australia, specifically for people with Parkinson’s, including some online resources to get you started at home.

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Seated Ballet Classes for Parkinson’s

This class for the Queensland Ballet takes you through a variety of movements all while you are seated.


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Ready Steady Boxing

Looking for some boxing exercises that you can do at home. The team from Rock Steady Boxing International HQ have put together a series of videos to keep you on track. Watch the introduction video and then head over to their video playlist and select your workouts.

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Active Seniors Exercise Class for Parkinson’s

Ainsley from Active Seniors recently did an exercise class for people with Parkinson’s. They also have a series of exercise video’s on their youtube channel to help you stay active while in isolation.

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