Pedaling for Parkinson’s
The Rappahannock Area YMCA is proud to offer the Pedaling for Parkinson’s program.
The Rappahannock Area YMCA is proud to offer the Pedaling for Parkinson’s program. Classes are offered on a weekly basis to those suffering from Parkinson’s disease. Check out the Group Exercise Schedule for the most up-to-date times, locations and other group exercise classes. These classes are currently offered at the following locations: Ron Rosner & Massad branches.
Pedaling a bicycle may change the life of someone with Parkinson’s disease. Research conducted at the Cleveland Clinic showed a 35% reduction of symptoms by the simple act of pedaling a bike at a rapid pace. While fast pedaling is not a cure for Parkinson’s disease and should not be touted as such, there is compelling evidence to show that it does make a real difference for many who try it.
What to Expect
Pedaling for Parkinson’s classes are driven by fast-paced music, and participants at every level are offered the challenge of improving their performance on an ongoing basis. Participants share a common bond in a socially supportive environment.
Check out the promo video on the Pedaling for Parkinson’s website!
- Classes are FREE for Y members.
- Non-members: first 5 visits are free. Exclusive membership specials available.
- Cycling instructor with Parkinson’s knowledge leads each session.
- Care partner participation is encouraged, but not required.
- Fun and supportive environment.
Ron Rosner Family YMCA:
Wednesdays from 11:00-11:45am
Massad Family YMCA:
Wednesdays from 10:30-11:15am
King George Family YMCA:
Wednesdays from 10:15-11:00am
*Medical screening form and waiver needs to be completed before the first class.
For more information, stop by your branch welcome center or contact:
- Angela Williams (Ron Rosner) at email@example.com
- Zakia Wichowski (Massad) at firstname.lastname@example.org
- Katherine Feltner (King George) at email@example.com
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“Fast pedaling is not a cure of Parkinson’s disease and should not be touted as such, but there is compelling evidence to show that it does make a real difference for many who try it!”