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Balance in Motion, Gloucester CANCELLED HOLIDAY

A series of seated and standing movement exercises, sometimes using props such as balls, towels and balance pads to promote strength, flexibility and balance. Participants are given tools through rhythm, dance and movement sequences that help improve agility and mobility issues associated with Parkinson’s. Movement games, vocal and facial exercises and a variety of music add to the fun.

Strength in Motion, Danvers CANCELLED HOLIDAY

A combination of seated and standing stretching and strengthening exercises using weights, balance pads, resistance bands and the agility ladder. Participants are encouraged to challenge themselves through fun obstacle courses, ball-throwing, boxing footwork and rhythmic walking to a variety of music. Brain teasers, memory and movement exercises, and facial/vocal exercises round out this class.

Balance in Motion, Topsfield CANCELLED HOLIDAY

A series of seated and standing movement exercises, sometimes using props such as balls, towels and balance pads to promote strength, flexibility and balance. Participants are given tools through rhythm, dance and movement sequences that help improve agility and mobility issues associated with Parkinson’s. Movement games, vocal and facial exercises and a variety of music add to the fun.

Balance in Motion, Gloucester 2-3 p.m.

A series of seated and standing movement exercises, sometimes using props such as balls, towels and balance pads to promote strength, flexibility and balance. Participants are given tools through rhythm, dance and movement sequences that help improve agility and mobility issues associated with Parkinson’s. Movement games, vocal and facial exercises and a variety of music add to the fun.

Strength in Motion, Danvers 10:30-11:30 a.m.

A combination of seated and standing stretching and strengthening exercises using weights, balance pads, resistance bands and the agility ladder. Participants are encouraged to challenge themselves through fun obstacle courses, ball-throwing, boxing footwork and rhythmic walking to a variety of music. Brain teasers, memory and movement exercises, and facial/vocal exercises round out this class.

Balance in Motion, Topsfield 1-2 p.m.

A series of seated and standing movement exercises, sometimes using props such as balls, towels and balance pads to promote strength, flexibility and balance. Participants are given tools through rhythm, dance and movement sequences that help improve agility and mobility issues associated with Parkinson’s. Movement games, vocal and facial exercises and a variety of music add to the fun.

Balance in Motion, Gloucester 2-3 p.m.

A series of seated and standing movement exercises, sometimes using props such as balls, towels and balance pads to promote strength, flexibility and balance. Participants are given tools through rhythm, dance and movement sequences that help improve agility and mobility issues associated with Parkinson’s. Movement games, vocal and facial exercises and a variety of music add to the fun.

Strength in Motion, Danvers 10:30-11:30 a.m.

A combination of seated and standing stretching and strengthening exercises using weights, balance pads, resistance bands and the agility ladder. Participants are encouraged to challenge themselves through fun obstacle courses, ball-throwing, boxing footwork and rhythmic walking to a variety of music. Brain teasers, memory and movement exercises, and facial/vocal exercises round out this class.

Balance in Motion, Topsfield 1-2 p.m.

A series of seated and standing movement exercises, sometimes using props such as balls, towels and balance pads to promote strength, flexibility and balance. Participants are given tools through rhythm, dance and movement sequences that help improve agility and mobility issues associated with Parkinson’s. Movement games, vocal and facial exercises and a variety of music add to the fun.

Balance in Motion, Gloucester 2-3 p.m.

A series of seated and standing movement exercises, sometimes using props such as balls, towels and balance pads to promote strength, flexibility and balance. Participants are given tools through rhythm, dance and movement sequences that help improve agility and mobility issues associated with Parkinson’s. Movement games, vocal and facial exercises and a variety of music add to the fun.

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