Since 2003, Mwezo Kudumu of Kujiweza Healing Arts has been remarkably successful at helping hundreds of people, between the ages of 40 – 100 cope with motor and non-motor dysfunctions caused by Parkinson’s.
People are told by their health care provider that they have this incurable progressive disease… Our Parkinson’s Online Fitness exercise program offer members a way to keep from getting worse. The Parkinson’s Online Fitness program empowers People Living with Parkinson’s (PLWP) with tools to help improve their health and slow the progression of the disease. One woman described Parkinson’s as being trapped in her body because of the debilitation caused by her stooped, rigid posture, her tremor and slowness of movement. After a few months of regular training with our program she had reduced her tremor, improved flexibility, strength, balance, timing and small motor skills.
We fit exercise to treat the problem. We have organized 100’s of exercises into highly effective routines and tailored them to meet the needs of PLWP. Most of the exercise can be performed seated or standing. We encourage people to work at their own pace. We are reaching out to as many Parkinson’s patients as possible to give them the tools that they need to improve their health and their ability to cope with this disease, in the convenience of their own home.
Join our class and let us help you focus on stabilizing your health and maintaining your independence. Your Life can become better, your symptoms more manageable and you can gain back balance, coordination, dexterity, strength, flexibility, endurance and can live a high quality, happy life.
|Parkinson’s Exercise||Monday 10:00 am-11:00 am||ZOOM|
|PEP Exercise||Tuesday 10:00 am-11:00 am||ZOOM|
|Walking for Balance||Tuesday 11:30 am-12:00 pm||ZOOM|
|Stanford Supportive Care||Tuesday 2:30 pm-3:30 pm||ZOOM Private|
|Parkinson’s Exercise||Wednesday 10:00-11:00 am||ZOOM|
|Walking for Balance||Thursday 10:00 am-11:00 am||ZOOM|
|Stanford Supportive Care||Thursday 12:00 pm-1:00 pm||ZOOM Private|
|Tai Chi/Qi Gong||Saturday 10:00 am-11:30 am||ZOOM|
Medical science tells us the nature of the disease, but you do not have to wait and get worse.
We understand that adapting to a new fitness program when you have chronic health problems can be challenging. To be better prepared to cope with symptoms and slow the progression of Parkinson’s, you have to start looking at the prospect of exercising for the rest of your life. Our objective is share insight concerning the importance of incorporating functional fitness exercise a part of your lifestyle. The success we have seen with hundreds of people and their testimonies has convinced us to know that with a firm commitment and regular practice of our exercise techniques, you can improve your health and slow the progression of the disease.