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Exercise and support groups

Parkinson Montreal – Laval maintains a list of resources available in the Montreal and Laval region.

To consult the grid of exercise and self-help groups in the territory of Montreal and Laval, click here.

Physical and adapted activity

Professional adapted physical activity services are available to provide you with a training program that meets your needs. Here are establishments recommended by Parkinson Montréal-Laval for their specialized expertise in neurodegenerative diseases such as Parkinson’s disease.

NEUROMOTRIX 
Private or home training sessions Adapted boxing lessons neuromotrix.com 
514-946-9010

KINATEX SPORT PHYSIO ROCKLAND 
Personalized exercises with the LSVT BIG approach 
Adapted physiotherapy sessions kinatex.com/rockland 
514 667-3828

NATIONAL THERAPY DANCE CENTER GREAT CANADIAN BALLS 
Adapted dance lessons centredansetherapie.com 
514 849-0269 ext. 3

READ
The crucial role of physical activity in the management of Parkinson’s disease. Click here to read.

Parkinson in motion

Dance and sing with Parkinson on the move! The program is designed specifically for people with Parkinson’s. Dance classes started in 2007 and quickly became an important activity for many Montrealers living with Parkinson’s disease. A singing program was added in 2009. Moving to the beat of music is therapeutic, creative and fun! Dancing and singing with other like-minded people creates an atmosphere of pride, mutual aid and friendship. Classes are currently offered in three neighborhoods of the city (Rosemont-La-Petite-Patrie, Center-ville, Notre-Dame-de-Grâce), and others will open depending on demand.

parkinsonenmouvement@gmail.com
Sarah Humphrey 514.842.0322
www.parkinsonenmouvement.org

What people are saying about the event : 

I decided to participate in the dance class to improve my posture and my gait. But it was much more than that … Music takes us away; it’s fun, it brings me well-being. The atmosphere is always good and the dancing is simple and pleasant.

When I first decided to take the course, it was to encourage my husband who has Parkinson’s. I quickly realized that I enjoy it as much as he does! Extension exercises give me greater flexibility and are very beneficial. The two teachers are extraordinary and always full of enthusiasm.

Chronic Pain Management Workshops

Offered by the MUHC, in collaboration with the Quebec chronic pain association, “L’Atelier” is a self-management program for chronic pain, which is offered FREE. For more information visit mytoolbox.mcgill.ca

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