The Richard M. Klein Center for Wellness is the hub for all your movement and wellness needs for living with Parkinson’s Disease. When you live with Parkinson’s Disease, exercise is not only healthy but vital in maintaining balance, mobility, gait, tremor, flexibility, grip strength and motor coordination.
Virtual Classes Offered
Special Event - Virtual Therapeutic Art Workshop for Parkinson's
Parkinson's Connection Rock Steady Boxing Virtual Programming
For more information on any of the virtual Parkinson’s programs, please contact Jayne at email@example.com.
We are pleased to offer many in-person programs to improve your fitness and function, as well as your overall quality of life, including:
Pedaling for Parkinson's - New classes scheduled!
Two to Tango Ballroom Dance
Let's Take a Break - New classes scheduled!
Yoga for Parkinson's - New classes scheduled!
Pilates for Neurological Disorders - New classes scheduled!
Rock Steady Boxing
Movement & Motivation
Parkinson's Connection Service/Mitzvah Project
Several programs of the JCC Parkinson’s Connection program are supported by a community grant from the Parkinson’s Foundation.
Many of our Parkinson’s programs are offered for free or reduced costs to the participants. Donations from families, friends and others help to greatly offset expenses to this program.
If you would like to make a tax-deductible donation to the JCC Parkinson’s Program, please click on the button below or please contact Nancy Caporusso at firstname.lastname@example.org or (856) 424-4444 x1267.
For more information, contact Jayne Miller Morgan, Assistant Fitness Director, at email@example.com or call (856) 424-4444 x1140.
“I’m really hooked on boxing and movement being used to combat Parkinson’s. This type of exercise should be strongly recommended by MD’s to their Neuro patients.
My wife has noticed a positive change in attitude since starting the program. I’ve noticed that I’m taking on the dreaded motor symptom problems (pain, shaking, muscle locking, poor walking to name a few) with hard work and humor.
Thanks for making exercise for Parkinson’s patients very tough and challenging. We need it. But most of all, thanks for making it FUN.”