Active Together aims to support people living with Parkinson's by helping attendees complete exercises to improve their physical and mental wellbeing.
The sessions aim to help build participants' balance, strength and coordination.
These are group sessions where you can also connect with people with shared experiences.
After these sessions, there is the opportunity to stay for a drink and chat using social spaces at the Centre Spot, which is located at the LNER Stadium.
Centre Spot, LNER Stadium
Every Friday starting 6 October | 11am-12pm
Sessions are £2, with funding provided by Parkinson's UK.
Active Together has many benefits:
Sessions help people living with Parkinson’s to be active, feel energised and live well.
Being active with Parkinson's can help improve mental and physical wellbeing as well as balance, strength and coordination.
The benefits of physical activity while living with Parkinson's inclue: better muscle and bone strength, improved flexibility and joint mobility, improved balance and a reduced risk of falls, higher energy levels and better sleep, lower stress levels and lower blood pressure.
Option for refreshments and a chat after the session.
Led by exercise instructors who have completed the Parkinson's UK: physical activity and exercise training course.
Carers welcome to attend.
Or fill out online below. Once completed, a member of our team will be in touch to arrange a 1-2-1 chat to go through the next steps.
Find out more about support for people living with Parkinson's here: www.parkinsons.org.uk/