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29sep10:00 am10:50 amGet Your Exercise On for Parkinson’s! Join The Kensington Reston & Parkinson’s Foundation of the National Capital Area for a Weekly Exercise SeriesIn Partnership With The Parkinson's Foundation of National Capital Area & Hosted at The Kensington Reston
Register Here Stay movin’ this Fall with The Kensington Reston at Exercise for Parkinson’s! We’re proud to partner with the Parkinson’s
Stay movin’ this Fall with The Kensington Reston at Exercise for Parkinson’s! We’re proud to partner with the Parkinson’s Foundation of the National Capital Area to offer a weekly, in-person series to bring people together impacted by Parkinson’s Disease.
We invite you and your loved one to visit us on our courtyard at The Kensington Reston and participate in various physical exercises aimed at improving posture, balance and circulation while also increasing strength, muscle control and mobility. Join us each week to find the physical and emotional support that you need.
Our Promise at The Kensington is to love and care for your family as we do our own. And we do. We are here for you – skilled, prepared and ready to participate fully in your care journey. As specialists in all aspects of Assisted Living and Memory Care, we offer services and programs that are thoughtfully designed, clinically comprehensive and highly personalized. By offering three levels of Memory Care, we improve quality of life for our residents to the greatest extent possible. And couples are welcome, even if their care needs differ. We’re standing by, eager to listen and ready to help.
For questions regarding this program or our COVID-19 guidelines, please email Alexandra Ramsey, Director of Community Relations, email@example.com.
Instructor: Tim Sun
Tim Sun is an Exercise Physiologist and Personal Trainer. After graduating and earning his bachelor’s degree in Exercise Science, he has been guiding clients towards their fitness and wellness goals. He preaches that the changes that you want to see all begin with changes to your lifestyle. It is important to include three different types of stimulating activities in your life: cognitive, socialization and movement. Staying positive, being consistent, and being strategic with the activities in your life are important for seeing results!
(Thursday) 10:00 am - 10:50 am EDT(GMT-04:00) View in my time
The Kensington Reston
11501 SUNRISE VALLEY DRIVE, RESTON, VA 20191
Mary CurryDirector of Community Outreach
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