In addition to PD Active’s offerings, there are many excellent resources online that can help you maintain an active and varied exercise regimen, learn about Parkinson’s disease, and connect with PD communities locally and around the U.S.
Below is a list of links that offer recorded and/or archived videos.
The Brian Grant Foundation has a wide range of exercise videos for people with Parkinson’s disease.
Dance for PD®- Mark Morris Dance Group
(with local programs in the East Bay) has free daily live-stream ZOOM classes from Brooklyn as well as a large archive of free class videos.
Dance Moves Me! For Parkinson’s
(located in the East Bay) has a series of dance-based-training videos.
Resources by PD Instructor John Argue
-This is the link to rent or purchase the on-line version of John Argue’s book Parkinson’s Disease & The Art of Moving: https://vimeo.com/ondemand/pdmove
You can also watch the video and exercise along with it.
-This is the link to purchase the book that accompanies the video. Parkinson’s Disease The Art of Moving: https://www.amazon.com/author/johnargue
–John Argue’s Parkinson’s Disease and Activities of Daily Living (ADL): https://vimeo.com/ondemand/adl
Neurofit BC has posted a series of six videos which were done in partnership with the Parkinson’s Society of BC: https://youtu.be/TCIUh9KshDs and also has an archive of videos: https://www.neurofitbc.com/move.
The Parkinson’s Fitness Project runs The Daily Dose, which has live stream exercise videos several times each week. They offer a 30 day free trial with a huge library of video classes, including PD-Yoga, Tai Chi, PWR! and Boxing videos.
PD Active Class Recorded Videos
Video recordings are available on PD Active’s YouTube channel. You can also click here to view the channel.
Petra Fibrichova’s Yoga and PWR!Moves Channel
You can find short or longer yoga and PWR!Moves practices on Petra’s YouTube channel.
Rogue Physical Therapy and Wellness is producing a series of free PWR!-based videos.
Yoga Video Chanel
These short videos by PD Yoga Teacher, Suzanne Drolet, may be helpful and appropriate for people with Parkinson’s disease.
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Northwest Parkinson’s Foundation
Parkinson’s Association of Northern California (PANC)
Parkinson’s Community of Los Angeles (PCLA)
Parkinson’s Institute & Clinical Center
Parkinson Network of Mt. Diablo
Parkinson’s Patients Support Groups, Inc. of Northern and Central California
Parkinson’s Women Support
Santa Cruz Parkinson’s Community
Stanford Parkinson’s Website for all Northern and Central California Support Groups
Stanford PD Community Blog
StanfordPDInfo mailing list for Care Givers:
StanfordPDInfo mailing list for Webinars:
UCSF Parkinson’s Disease Clinic and Research Center
American Parkinson Disease Association
Davis Phinney Foundation
Michael J. Fox Foundation for Parkinson’s Research
National Institutes of Health (Parkinson’s Disease Information Page)
Parkinson’s News Today
Web-based Science, Research, and Technology News Service
National Movement Programs
Dance for PD®
Rock Steady Boxing
Medical Journal Research Article
Exercise-enhanced Neuroplasticity Targeting Motor and Cognitive Circuitry in Parkinson’s Disease