Exercise Programs for Dementia
and Alzheimer’s Disease
Maximizing the health of the brain is our primary objective. Our exercise programs for dementia and Alzheimer’s disease are designed to improve and preserve mood, mobility, independence, and cognitive function through a combination of cardiovascular endurance and strength exercises. We also integrate cognitive multitasking and executive functioning drills to help with recall and daily activities. Recent research suggests that exercise may enhance the effect of certain hormones secreted by muscles during exercise to help preserve cognitive function.
Our programs provide a safe and stimulating platform for people to continue to live and move strong to fend off the progression of dementia and Alzheimer’s disease. Exercise is our primary intervention but a thorough discussion on lifestyle factors and diet/nutrition are also involved with our program processes.
Our team of Neuro Exercise Specialists have the ability and skill set to understand the physical, physiological, emotional, and cognitive changes associated with dementia and Alzheimer’s disease. These factors are carefully monitored and taken into consideration when programming sessions for our clients.
Comprehensive Movement Assessments
Our comprehensive movement assessment includes an objective assessment of your balance, functional ambulation, strength, posture, and mobility, as well as, a thorough assessment of cognition, daily lifestyle factors, and executive functioning that may be affected by memory loss.
Exercise Services for Dementia & Alzheimer's Diseas
Our dementia and Alzheimer’s disease exercise services are focused on providing individualized treatment and care that is designed to address each client’s abilities and goals. We do this through our 1:1 coaching services. These services are available in-person and virtually via Zoom.
We also offer on-demand classes and videos via our Movement Revolution On-Demand platform. Videos and classes are specifically designed to address the daily exercise needs including strength, mobility, meditation, yoga, endurance, as well as, family and care partner assisted workouts.