Regular exercise is just as valuable as medications for those living with Parkinson’s disease (PD). Research has shown that staying in shape can reduce your PD symptoms, and improve mobility, posture, balance and gait. The Ohio State University Wexner Medical Center in Columbus, Ohio, provides a variety of activity choices for people with Parkinson’s disease.

We care about you and want you to stay healthy and active. We have worked hard to create fitness opportunities in a safe and healthy way.

How can you get started with an exercise program?

There are many class options offered below specifically designed and led by instructors who are experts in teaching fitness classes for those with Parkinson’s disease (PD). Remember that safety is most important. Start by talking with your doctor or neurologist to make sure a new exercise program is the right choice for you.

For those participating in our programs, be sure to follow all warnings and instructions provided by the fitness instructor. If you experience any pain or difficulty breathing during the program, stop and consult a physician.

Ohio State PD group education, exercise and voice classes

Spring 2024: Live Well with Parkinson's Community Classes

  • Registration for the next 12-week class cycle opens March 25th
  • Cost: Each single class is $60 OR 12-week bundle unlimited class access for $120


Registration opens March 25th.

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