MANY people with Parkinson Disease are in the "High Risk" category for COVID-19 complications.
We are conservatively running "in-person" classes (requiring masks, temperature checks, and COVID screening questions).
Also, we continue to offer many web-based classes on ZOOM.
Boxing classes - some in-person classes are available (limited capacity) and also others on Zoom
Tai Chi - most online, some in-person at the TRIBE WELLNESS CLINIC/Gym & Klyde Warren Park
Boxing IN-PERSON* and Online!
We will allow small groups in the gym (10 people or less) and larger groups in the CHURCH (15 or less) for classes at this time. Here our our guidelines to participate in-person:
Capacity limits - keeping class sizes manageable
Registration - Must register online BEFORE class - check your email or contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org for the sign-up link
MASKS – Wear them at all times.
South Paws Boxing Club is a research-based, non-contact boxing program designed by physical therapists. specifically intended to use principles of neuroplasticity and postural contral in an effort to improve or maintain function and quality of life for persons with Parkinson Disease.
TAI CHI CLASSES & WORKSHOPS
Tai Chi is an internal Chinese martial art. Focused on slow and meditative forms, Tai Chi is known for its healthful benefits. Each class is instructed by the board certified PT and black sash instructor of Tien Shan Pai Kung Fu and Internal Arts Dr. Michael Braitsch.
Balance, Core, & More
A 60 minute, moderate-intensity class, modified to suit all fitness levels. This class will work on strengthening your core and improving your balance through functional movements.
The Peak Performers scale heights for Parkinson's Disease. This hiking group encourages use of trekking poles, a "can do" spirit to work on gait mechanics, and is also here for fun! Find out more about the next hike and join the Peak Performers.