PWR! Physical Therapist Emily takes us through our third PWR! Move – the PWR! Twist is a full body trunk rotation that targets rigidity, works your whole range of motion and really gets you moving!
Huntington’s break through may stop disease
This amazing breakthrough offers hope for an approach that may also help people with PD one day. Such a hopeful message for one of the worst neurodegenerative diseases, one that genetically spreads from generation to generation.
“Experts say it could be the biggest breakthrough in neurodegenerative diseases for 50 years.”
PWR! Community will be February 7th at
PWR! wants to express our deepest gratitude to our out-going PWR! Board Chair, Dr. Gail Koshland. She has served as our chair since December, 2011 and has been our most PWR!ful advocate. We would never have accomplished so much in such a short time without her guidance, commitment and belief in our mission. She will forever be our “angel” and a part of the PWR! Team! Join us in honoring her at our Recharge Event on Jan 25th.
Thursday, February 15th; 4:00 pm to 5:30 pm
Join Drs. Becky Farley and Nate McMullen for our first “Hot Topics in PD Research” – an informal summary and discussion on the latest basic science and exercise research.
physically and cognitively
- Reflect on PWR! 2017 accomplishments
- Learn about 2018 priorities
- Help us explore new ways to serve the PD community
- Share your ideas for 2018 Wellness Series
- Connect with board members and meet our new Chair
- Participate in a special silent auction made possibly by PWR!Gym members
- Enjoy meeting new friends!
Every month, we like to highlight a PWR!Gym community member. Community, and the support of that community, is a pivotal part of the PWR! program. We want to thank our community members, PWR!Gym members, PWR!Moves Professionals, Staff, Volunteers and PWR! Board members. We appreciate everyone who impacts the Exercise 4 Brain Change movement!
Wishing you all the Best in the New Year!