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- St. Mark’s Lutheran Church - 3510 Queen St, Regina, SK S4S 2G2, Canada
Start Time : 7:00 PM
End Time : 8:00 PM
Contact Name : Kelly Pierson
Contact Telephone : 306-545-4400
Contact Email : firstname.lastname@example.org
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We welcome family members, care partners and anyone who has an interest in learning about Parkinson Disease in a friendly and supportive environment. Meetings are informal and often include a presentation by an invited speaker, such as a healthcare professional or complementary therapist.
Regina Support Group Meetings
Where: St. Mark’s Lutheran Church, 3510 Queen Street, Regina
Time: 6:30 registration with program at 7 pm
When: First Tuesday of the Month – March 5, 2019; April 2, 2019;May 7, 2019; and June 4, 2019(Social event). No meetings in January, February, July, and August.
The Regina Support Group welcomes family members, care partners, and anyone with an interest in learning about Parkinson Disease in a friendly and supportive environment. Meetings are informal and often include a presentation by an invited speaker, such as a healthcare professional. Contact Valerie 306-584-3267 or email@example.com
Support Group Activities
Regina Parkinson Exercise Group
When: Tuesday and Thursday 11:45 am – 12:45 pm
Where: South Leisure Centre – 170 Sunset Dr.
Cost: $5.00 drop in. (Free for partners and spouses) Contact:
The Regina Parkinson’s Group Exercise program is designed to help cope with Parkinson symptoms and promoting wellness in general. The class is geared towards individuals who have decreased range of motion, muscular strength, endurance, and balance issues. Jessica Lewgood, 306-533-8454, firstname.lastname@example.org
Regina Creative Dance for Parkinson Disease
When: Monday – 2:00 to 3:00 pm
Where: Sunrise Branch – Regina Public Library (Multipurpose Room) 3130 Woodhams Drive. (Sandra Schmirler Leisure Centre)
Cost: $5 per person
Participants explore movement with music in ways that are enjoyable, stimulating and fun with Fran Gilboy from FADA Dance. Designed for persons with Parkinson’s Disease. Open to participation with partners, caregivers, and friends. The dates for the 2019 classes are: January 7, 21; February 4, 18; March 4, 18; April 1, 15, 29; May 13, 27; June 10, 24. Contact Valerie 306-584-3267 or email@example.com
New: Rock Steady Boxing Program
When: February 2019
Where: Paul Schwan Centre at the University of Regina
The Paul Schwan Centre at the University of Regina is planning to offer the Rock Steady Boxing program by the end of February. They have registered an instructor to complete the Rock Steady Certification Training program in January 2019. The plan is to offer two 60 minute classes each week. Rock Steady Boxing gives people with Parkinson’s disease hope by improving their quality of life through a non-contact boxing-based fitness curriculum.