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Living In Motion

Fri June 14, 2024 InMotion
Beachwood, OH 44122 US

Event Info

Living In Motion
Friday, June 14, 2024

InMotion, 23905 Mercantile Road, Beachwood OH 44122 (Google maps link)


Living In Motion is an opportunity for people affected by Parkinson's disease to learn about InMotion as well as other resources available to them. The event will feature:

  • Exercise class demos: experience InMotion's evidence-based exercise classes designed for people with Parkinson's disease
  • Wellness Education + Support Information: Meet professionals in social work, physical therapy, occupational therapy, nutrition and more
  • Medical + Pharmaceutical Partners: Learn about the latest breakthroughs in treatments for Parkinson's disease

PLUS: Learn how YOU can become an InMotion client and take our classes free of charge. We're HERE FOR YOU!


EVENT KEYNOTE SPEAKER: David Leventhal, Dance for PD®




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General Admission


Ticket sales end on Thursday June 13, 2024 at 3:00pm EDT.


23905 Mercantile Road
Beachwood, OH 44122 US

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Keynote Speaker


David Leventhal

David Leventhal is a founding teacher and Program Director for Dance for PD®, a research-backed, award-winning program of the Mark Morris Dance Group that has been used as a model for classes in more than 300 communities in 30 countries. He leads classes for people living with Parkinson's disease around the world and trains other teaching artists in the Dance for PD approach. He's co-produced five volumes of a successful Dance for PD At Home instructional video series and helped conceive and design Moving Through Glass, a dance-based Google Glass App for people with Parkinson's. He’s received multiple awards for his work, including the 2016 World Parkinson Congress Award for Distinguished Contribution to the Parkinson's Community, and has written and published extensively about the intersection of dance and Parkinson’s. He designed and continues to lead a groundbreaking Narrative Medicine course for first-year medical students at Columbia University's Vagelos College of Physicians and Surgeons and is a regular guest lecturer at Tufts University's Department of Occupational Therapy. As a dancer, he performed with the Mark Morris Dance Group from 1997-2011, appearing in principal roles in some of Mark Morris' most celebrated works and receiving a 2010 Bessie Award for his performance career.

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