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Brain & Body
Online Exercise Classes

With 250+hours of experience leading Exercise Classes at the Neurological Physiotherapy Clinic in Cheadle, for patients with various Neurological conditions such as Parkinson's Disease, Strokes, MS, MND, Mobility and Balance Issues, we have designed a range of Brain & Body Exercise Classes to do online at home!


From seated strength to balance exercises, we've created a range of online classes designed to challenge your brain and body and help you stay active at home:
  • Choose your exercise class programme based on your level of ability
  • Unlimited access to classes
  • Each class 30mins including warm up & cool down
  • New classes every month
  • Improve your everyday strength, balance, co-ordination, power & posture
If you have any underlying health conditions such as heart problems, breathing problems, diabetes or joint problems, you should contact your GP before starting any new exercises.

Unlimited Exercise Classes ONLY £15/Month

How to Start?

  1. Choose your exercise class below

  2. Check it's appropriate for your level & ability, by clicking on "Learn More"

  3. Sign Up, by creating an account with your Email & choosing a password

  4. You will receive an email when your account request has been approved

  5. Subscribe, by entering your payment details & checking the Terms & Conditions

  6. Use your account login details to gain access to the classes anytime

  7. Please get in touch if you need any help. Email:

Cancel your subscription anytime.

PD Power 10X

Parkinson's Disease Class

Early Stage - Mild Symptoms

High Intensity Interval Training

Balance Class

Balance Class

All Levels

Mid Impact & Intensity Exercises

PD Power 10

Parkinson's Disease Class

Mid Stage - Progressing Symptoms

Mid Impact & Intensity Exercises

Seated Class

Seated Class

All Levels

Low Impact & Intensity Exercises

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Benefits of Exercise

ref. Physio-pedia

"Patients with neurological disorders who exercise experience less stiffness, as well as reduction in, and even reversal of muscle wasting."

 "Research also has shown that exercise can improve gait, balance, tremor, flexibility, grip strength and motor coordination in patients with Parkinson’s disease."

"The best way to achieve these benefits is to exercise on a consistent basis. People with Parkinson's enrolled in exercise programs longer than six months, have shown significant gains compared to programs of only two to ten week duration."

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