The Brian Grant Foundation provides inspirational and empowering exercise programs for those impacted by Parkinson’s disease. Our programs and classes are based on the latest exercise research, which is showing that exercise early on in a Parkinson’s diagnosis can be beneficial¬†in preserving or improving physical performance.

Be sure to talk to your doctor before starting an exercise program to help you stay safe and meet your goals. Then get started on your journey to wellness by watching our exercise videos.


I am 55 years old and was diagnosed at 47. I need my body to last decades longer and I realize I won’t be able to make it just by taking medications. Exercise will make a tremendous difference in my life.
Dan H.
If I take a trip and I don’t exercise everyday, I’ll stiffen up and I can hardly move. I really notice if I miss a day of exercise, it’s the most important thing to fight PD.
David S.
I can tell you for me I have realized the importance of exercise and mental well being.
Susan R.
Several years ago when I was diagnosed with Parkinson’s I was given good advice: maintain a positive attitude and start exercising.
Steve P.
While medicine has helped my Parkinson’s symptoms, it has negative side effects. Exercise has been more beneficial than medicine for my Parkinson’s symptoms, without side effects. And regular exercise has allowed me to decrease the dosage of one of my Parkinson’s medications.
Terry W.