All PWPFIT! classes are set in a welcoming, supportive environment where the focus is on functional movement, balance, strength, endurance, cognition and FUN! Classes are taught by certified instructors with training in Parkinson's disease. The exercises are based on the PWR!Moves researched and taught by Dr Becky Farley. They incorporate large amplitude, high effort and attention to action in multiple postures to target the main areas which can interfere with mobility.

PWPFIT! classes, taken at the appropriate level, will allow you to maintain/improve your ability to:

  • Get in & out of chair/car/bed with ease

  • Move about the city during daily activities

  • Dress independently

  • Perform daily tasks

  • Delay the progression of PD sympto



A moderate to intense class with a purpose to push you to your maximum ability.   As a highly mobile PWP, you will encounter a mix of movement for combined motor & cognitive activities.

PWPFIT! 2/3:
A mild to moderate intensity class focusing on cardiovascular conditioning, strength, balance and cognition.  Be prepared for circuit stations, moving to music, getting down on the floor & cognitive activities!

PWPFIT! ¾: Chair
The focus is on functional movement, joint mobility, range of motion, as well as strength, endurance and cognition. Ideal for those with balance or mobility difficulties.  Although the majority of this class is performed in a chair, it will provide a challenging, fun workout.


A trained boxer will condition their body for optimal agility, speed, muscular endurance, accuracy, balance, hand-eye coordination, footwork and overall strength to be successful in the sport of boxing.  Rock Steady Boxing’s opponent is Parkinson’s disease.  

The circuit-like stations provide an intense no-contact workout, with and without boxing gloves.  

Think how cool it will be to tell your friends & grandchildren that you are going to a boxing class! 

With Rock Steady Boxing, HOPE is in your corner!

PWPFIT! Dance 

After a thorough body warm up, seated, standing and across the floor with some FIT ( some Tai Chi Moves), Partner, trio, small and whole group dances. Bringing out the joy of movement by focusing on catchy rhythms and voices


All PWPFIT! levels welcome!


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