Physical activity intensity and why it matters
Find local groups, support and social activities
There is lots of in-person and online support to help you live well with Parkinson’s. Search to find your nearest local group, emotional and practical support, health, physical activity and wellbeing services, or social activities.
Being Active with Parkinson's
Our Being Active with Parkinson's guide is available to download and order now.
You’ll find loads of helpful hints, ways to start your physical activity journey and top tips for staying active with Parkinson's.
You can order from the Parkinson's UK shop, or download your digital copy.
Physical activity YouTube playlist
Our YouTube playlist has a wide range of videos to help you start your active journey, as well as workouts, helpful hints and top tips.
You can find everything from chair-based workouts to high-intensity sessions that will get you building up a sweat.
Grants for activity providers
Do you know a trainer, physiotherapist, or activity provider that wants to develop more opportunities for people with Parkinson's to get and stay physically active?
If so, they may be eligible for funding from our physical activity grants scheme to help them get started or develop their programme further!
Physical activity and exercise news
Who we work with
Everyone Active offers gym memberships in England. Visit Everyone Active's website to join free today.
We Are Undefeatable is a national campaign to help more people get active. Visit the We Are Undefeatable website to find out more.
Rock Steady Boxing (RSB) provides high-intensity, non-contact boxing for people with Parkinson's. Find out more on the RSB website.
The Lawn Tennis Association (LTA) is offering more tennis sessions for the Parkinson’s community. Find out how to get started on the LTA website.
4D Life can offer a complete health, activity and wellbeing plan for people with Parkinson's. Visit the 4D Life website to find out more.
Neuro Heroes is an online activity provider, offering discounted sessions for the Parkinson's community. Find out more on the Neuro Heroes website.
Reach Your Peak has created a 12-week programme to help people with Parkinson's start being active called Get Started. Find out more about the Get Started programme on Reach Your Peak's website.
The Walking Football Association (WFA) is offering Parkinson's friendly football sessions across the UK. Find out more on the WFA website.
Table Tennis England is a Parkinson's friendly table tennis governing body for England. Learn more about Table Tennis England on their website.