A nationally recognized program, Tremble Clefs, establishes singing groups for those with Parkinson’s Disease. This group therapy program addresses voice symptoms, like breathing, volume, pitch, range, stretching, posture, rhythm and movement. We are excited to offer this opportunity at The Palms of Largo, complementing our current and robust Parkinson’s programming.
Supported by a grant from the Parkinson’s Foundation and Moving Day® Tampa Bay
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Tiffany Burich, Speech Language Pathologist
Tremble Clefs Program Director
Call Leah Einboden at 727-437-1600 for more information!
Rock Steady Boxing – The Palms of Largo, an affiliate program of Rock Steady Boxing, Inc., enables individuals with Parkinson’s disease to fight their disease by providing non-contact boxing-style fitness programs that are designed to improve their quality-of-life and sense of efficacy and self-worth.
Recent studies also suggest that intense exercise programs may be “neuro-protective,” actually working to delay the progression of symptoms. Rock Steady Boxing provides encouragement by inspiring maximum effort, speed, strength, balance and flexibility. Boxing works by moving your body in all planes of motion while continuously changing the routine as you progress through the workout. Rock Steady Boxing classes may benefit anyone, at any level of Parkinson’s, and may actually lessen their symptoms and lead to a healthier, happier life.
Rock Steady Boxing at The Palms of Largo offers different levels of classes to accommodate varying degrees of Parkinson’s fitness.
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Call Rock Steady Boxing at 727-437-1600 to learn more about the program and the monthly membership fees.
Boxing classes, taught by Rock Steady Boxing Certified Coaches, include an exercise program that attacks Parkinson’s at its vulnerable neurological points. While focusing on overall fitness, strength training, reaction time and balance, workouts include: focus mitts, heavy bags, speed bags, jump rope, core work, calisthenics and circuit weight training. No boxing experience is necessary and people of all ages are invited to participate. Boxers, both male and female, range in age from mid-30s to early 90s.
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