Skip to content

Parkinson’s Exercise Groups

Physical activity is a key element in Parkinson’s disease management. It reduces the impact of disease symptoms, improves cognitive function and has a neuroprotective effect. You can join online Parkinson’s exercise groups in the comfort of your home, or in person with a group near you.

Online physical activities

You can exercise in the comfort of your home. Participate in an online exercise group that meets your needs at a time that is convenient for you.

One registration for all the activities by clicking on the button below

Parkinson’s boxing

Led by a kinesiologist, the Parkinson’s boxing class improves coordination, balance, muscle strength and cardio.

Adapted activities (Level 1 & 2)

Led by a kinesiologist, this course offers exercises that help strengthen muscles, improve balance, and overall physical endurance (Level 1 & 2).

Voice training

Guided by specialists, you will explore the principles of your voice production, articulation, prosody, resonance and other aspects related to voice. N.B. This is not speech therapy.

Flexibility and mobility

Inspired by the movements of yoga, this workout improves your joint mobility, flexibility and range of motion.

Morning Stretches

This lesson given by Les Grands Ballets, will allow you to improve your flexibility and reduce stiffness. It also promotes better mobility.

You can also work out by repeating the exercises in these videos.

Exercise groups by region

Physical activity in groups and in person helps with motivation and perseverance. Find an exercise group near you.

Make a donation

Want to reach out to people in Quebec affected by Parkinson’s disease?
Make a donation to our organization today.

  • This field is for validation purposes and should be left unchanged.