Created for People Living with
Neuromuscular or Autoimmune Conditions

The group fitness classes at the NeuroBalance Center might sound like those you’d find at your local fitness center. They incorporate elements of Yoga, Pilates and other popular programs. But our programs have all been created especially for people living with neuromuscular or autoimmune conditions.

Our classes are designed to help participants with their unique challenges. These programs improve strength, flexibility, balance, coordination, gait, speech and range of motion. They increase overall fitness which, in turn, helps our participants live better and adapt to the challenges they are facing.


10:30 – 11:30

1:00 – 2:15


12:00 – 1:00

3:00 – 4:00

4:00 – 5:00


10:30 – 11:30

11:45 – 12:45

1:00 – 2:15


12:00 – 1:00

5:45 – 6:45


10:30 – 11:30

1:00 – 2:15


10:15 – 11:15

This mostly seated adaptive fitness class incorporates Yoga, Pilates and Balance Ball elements. A modified version on Tuesdays known as fitGames incorporates adaptive darts, cornhole, ping pong and ring toss to promote hand-eye coordination, stabilization and strength training. Created for those with MS and other neurodegenerative disorders, this fun class will encourage teamwork and collaborative connection.

This combined seated and standing (using support of exercise bar if needed) adaptive fitness class incorporates work with resistance bands, parallel bar exercises, Power Plate modalities and stabilization training. Created for those with Parkinson’s Disease and other neuromuscular or movement disorders. Vocal strength is also a focus of this class.

This adaptive fitness class explores some of the basic postures & breathing techniques. In addition to seated postures for stretching, we explore standing postures for balance. Stability and flexibility will be challenged. Breathwork is commonly cued throughout class and we always end in a guided meditation to bring peace and stillness to the body as well as the mind.

This adaptive fitness class is a mix of Barre movements and classic mat Pilates exercises. Think Ballet inspired movements with the assistance of the barre in the Group Fitness Studio for balance and control, and Pilates core principles for alignment, precision, core strength and more!

This adaptive small group circuit class focuses on balance, flexibility, cardiovascular endurance and strength, incorporates adaptive fitness equipment and is led by a physical therapist. Participants must be able to independently, with or without an assistive device, transfer from one piece of equipment to the next, walk short distances, stand up, sit down, lay down and sit up without assistance. Pre-assessment and 4-week commitment is required.

This adaptive boxing class promotes endurance, longevity, stability and strength. While originally created for those with movement disorders, all are welcome to join this class that welcomes all levels of fitness. Participants warm up and then move on to backpedaling, combinations, jabs and other boxing movements that allow you to improve gait, balance and hand-eye coordination. Vocal strength is also a focus of this class.

fitMinds is a cognition and communication group class designed to improve cognitive function, communication skills, and social interaction for adults with progressive neurological disorders. Led by a speech-language pathologist, this weekly 60-minute program fosters a safe and supportive environment for participants to learn, grow, and connect. fitMinds aims to enhance quality of life and reduce isolation for individuals living with these challenging conditions.