Our Small Group Exercise Classes are Perfect for...

People with Parkinson's Disease: Who want a Parkinson's Expert to guide them to achieve the most that they can. 

Stroke Survivors: Who want a program guided by a Stroke Expert to help them keep their improvement going. 

People with Neurological Conditions: Who want exercise options that are scaled to meet them where they are, but still provide a challenge to promote change. 

Apprehensive Older Adults: Who want to exercise, but don’t know where to start.

 

Strength Rx 50 minutes: Come get your daily dose of strength with this class that is designed for a total body workout! Every muscle will be worked during this hour with exercises that are performed while standing, seated, as well as on the floor. Some stretching will be included at the end of exercises.

Seated Strength Rx (25 minutes):  Did you know that strength training can protect your bones, improve your posture, and reduce the risk of injuries? Come get your  "dose" of strength with this class that can be customized for you! This class will focus on the basics of strength training in varied positions- primarily seated-, as well as some exercises for your core. Don't be afraid to join because education will be provided for each technique. Let's live strong together!

Neuro Cardio - Seated: This class is a seated class to help you improve your aerobic condition.  It is designed to be participated in by people with one sided weakness from a stroke or brain injury.

Functional Fitness: Functional Fitness: This class offers a combination of balance, coordination, cardio and strength exercises during the entire hour. Stretching will also be incorporated in order to increase range of motion. Let’s keep moving together!

CoreHab®

This class contains a unique blend of physical therapy spinal stabilization exercises, Pilates, pelvic floor strengthening, and yoga. The exercises utilized in this class are performed regularly in physical therapy sessions for patients with back pain. By providing them in a group setting, participants are able to strengthen their back, core, and pelvic floor muscles in order to reduce back pain and muscles in order to reduce back pain and improve balance, posture, and overall ability to move and feel better. Strengthening of the pelvic floor will also help to manage incontinence. This class is perfect for those who wish to strengthen their core muscles to support the spine or for those who already have some back pain.

TherHab group fitness exercise

CoreHab®

This class contains a unique blend of physical therapy spinal stabilization exercises, Pilates, pelvic floor strengthening, and yoga. The exercises utilized in this class are performed regularly in physical therapy sessions for patients with back pain. By providing them in a group setting, participants are able to strengthen their back, core, and pelvic floor muscles in order to reduce back pain and muscles in order to reduce back pain and improve balance, posture, and overall ability to move and feel better. Strengthening of the pelvic floor will also help to manage incontinence. This class is perfect for those who wish to strengthen their core muscles to support the spine or for those who already have some back pain.

TherHab group fitness exercise

YogaHab®

YogaHab® differs from traditional yoga or yoga therapy because it is delivered by licensed physical therapist. Adaptive Yoga sequences are combined with physical therapy theory, principles and treatment to achieve the physical therapy goals of enhancing strength, flexibility, balance, coordination, motor control, kinesthetic senses, and improved posture. The poses that are included are modified and adapted to be safe for seniors managing chronic conditions. YogaHab® is a medically targeted program and it is a very good workout challenging functional strength, posture, ease of movement and balance.   YogaHab® differs from restorative Yoga which is more meditative, relaxing and still.

TherHab group fitness exercise

StrengthHab®

This class is good for a variety of individuals, including those that use a walker or a cane. It is also ideal for those who wish to prevent falls and increase functional strength and mobility.

All of the exercises in this class are purposeful in that they are designed to help participants in their day-to-day lives. Emphasis is placed on posture and movements to help increase balance and walking ability.

PWR! Circuit (Parkinson's Wellness Recovery!)

Research suggests that what you do is important. That is why we implement the Parkinson's Wellness Recovery concepts in our class.  This class is designed to target and improve issues that people living with Parkinson's experience. Research indicates that "Exercise is Medicine" in decreasing symptoms and slowing physical decline. In this Physical Therapist designed class you will work on helping you make Bigger, Faster, More Coordinated movements to help you live as with the least interference of your motor symptoms in your life. 

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Neuro Moves

This Parkinson's specific class, based on the PWR! concepts.  Classes are small and are created to make the right amount of Physical and Cognitive challenge to help you reach your goals. Still all the same research based exercise to allow you to get the most from your exercise program.  You will undergo an assessment by a Physical Therapist and will be recommended for the class that best suits your needs. 

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What are people saying

"Participating in the exercises here has been truly a  great and rewarding experience for me... they intentionally customize the workouts to fit individual needs. I am already feeling stronger with more flexibility and overall energized. I am always looking forward for my next workout in such a pleasant and enjoyable atmosphere!"

Maddy, early 70s- Greenville