Rock Steady Boxing for Parkinson’s comes to Lutheran Life Villages - Lutheran Life Villages

A better quality of life for those with Parkinson's through Rock Steady Boxing®

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A Winning Combination.

Lutheran Life Villages — Northeast Indiana’s premier provider of senior retirement living and healthcare services — has teamed up with Rock Steady Boxing to offer the first fitness program of its kind in Northeast Indiana for people battling Parkinson’s disease. Whether you’re a man or a woman, recently diagnosed or in the latter stages of the disease, our non-contact exercise therapy program can help improve your quality of life.

Non-contact, boxing-inspired fitness.

Boxing works by moving the body in all planes of motion to build power, strength, flexibility and speed. Rock Steady Boxing has taken these movements to develop an innovative, non-contact boxing-style fitness program designed to delay, or even reverse the symptoms of Parkinson’s disease.

Classes forming at Anthony Boulevard in Fort Wayne.

We’ve entered the fight against Parkinson’s disease, and invite you to do the same. We’ve invested in training staff, purchased boxing equipment and even created an incredible new boxing gym at The Village at Anthony Boulevard.

Boxing Class Schedule:

Mornings:
Tuesday, Thursday & Saturday: 10:00am – 11:30am

Afternoons:
Tuesday & Thursday: 2:00pm – 3:30pm

Evenings:
Mondays: 6:00pm – 7:30pm
Wednesdays: 6:00pm – 7:30pm

Cost:
$12 per class or unlimited classes at $60/month

Directions:
The Village at Anthony Boulevard. As you enter, follow signs from the driveway to the class location. Take the Independent Living elevators by the main office to the basement.

Get started today.

Contact Whitley Mikolay at (260) 557-1016 or wmikolay@lutheranlifevillages.org. Plus, learn more about this innovative, growing fitness program for those with Parkinson’s disease at RockSteadyBoxing.org.

Meet our experienced coaches.

After attending training at the Rock Steady Boot Camp, Lutheran Life Villages has four certified coaches who are eager to share the non-contact boxing skills and techniques they learned to fight back Parkinson’s disease.

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