Bike Therapy for People Living with Parkinson’s

Dedicated group cycling class available at Crewe Lifestyle Centre, for people living with Parkinson’s Disease.

Classes include riding an indoor stationary bicycle, which has been shown to reduce Parkinson’s motor symptoms by as much as 35%.

Starting with a warm up, followed by cycling on a bike at 80 to 90 RPM with resistance, and a cool down.

Classes will be tailored to each individual and cater for all needs and abilities. Cycling is fun and almost anyone can do it.

Come and join us for every cycle, every warm welcome awaits you at Everybody.

How to book

Launching February 2024, register your interest today!

Booking is essential through our Everybody Healthy team.

If you have any questions or to self refer onto this class:

Call: 01270 685589

Or email:  [email protected]

Research shows that:

People with Parkinson’s experience significant benefits from pushing pedals on a regular basis and has been shown to reduce motor symptoms by as much 35% and:

  • Reduce tremor
  • Reduce bradykinesia
  • Reduce rigidity
  • Improve aerobic capacity
  • Improve mood
  • Improve cognitive function
  • Increase joy and social connections