PD Active Activities of Interest for People with Parkinson’s Disease
Check monthly calendar for meeting times.

Dance for PD ®
Danspace, 473 Hudson St., Oakland
Classes combine elements of modern dance, ballet, social dancing & improvisation to create an enjoyable, stimulating non-pressured artistic experience.  Presented in association with Mark Morris Dance Group.  Open to all; no dance experience is necessary.
E-mail or call (510) 420-0920

Intergenerational Dance for PD®
Danspace, 473 Hudson St., Oakland
Saturdays from September 22 through December 15, 2018
Classes are open to anyone with Parkinson’s Disease along with family members and caregivers. Youth participants are by invitation only. Dancers with PD will be joined by youth members of dNaga Company. Classes offer basic dance technique in ballet and modern, improvisation, and composition.
E-mail or call (510) 420-0920

The Tremolos
Piedmont Gardens, 110 41st St. at Piedmont Ave., Oakland
Wed 3 times per month

Come and join our PD Active chorus, The Tremolos, led by Oakland music teacher and director Lauren Carley.  Learn breath control, pronunciation and new songs; improve your speaking and sing! We have a lot of fun.  Open to all. 
E-mail or call Richard Cox at (510) 526-4539.

Yoga for PD
You and the Mat
(Mondays) Oakland
The Yoga Room
(Wednesdays) Berkeley

There is a waitlist. Use email below to get on the waitlist. Yoga for people with PD.  Advanced registration required. Monday classes are at You and the Mat, and Wednesday at the Yoga Room.
E-mail or call (510) 479-6119.

PD Active Forum
Berkeley Unitarian Fellowship Hall, 1924 Cedar St.(at Bonita), Berkeley

PD Active Forum hosts programs on Saturday mornings, 4 times/year.  Guest speakers present informational and educational topics relevant to the PD community. PD Forum is open to anyone impacted by PD.
Registration requested.
E-mail or call (510) 832-8029.

PD Salon
Please contact for location
2nd Sunday every other month

An opportunity for those in the PD community to informally share writing, other art forms, and information about living with Parkinson’s Disease in a mutually supportive environment.  Hosted in a Berkeley private home with refreshments provided.  Open to all. 
E-mail or call (510) 684-4846.

 Click here for Calendar & Listings of Local Classes.

Photo by Fraser Bonnell