About Rock Steady Boxing Chattanooga
Rock Steady Boxing Chattanooga is a non-contact boxing based curriculum serving individuals with Parkinson’s disease. Through rigorous exercise, emphasizing gross motor movements, balance, coordination, core strength, and rhythm, RSBC is providing hope, enabling people with Parkinson’s disease to fight back and favorably impact their range of motion, gait, flexibility, posture, activities of daily living and overall quality of life.
Getting the right kind of exercise is part of the battle, but equally important are the social and emotional benefits people gain from Rock Steady. Our classes encourage intense exercise & functional fitness, as well as emotional and social support, which is vital to the well-being of people with Parkinson’s. Everything we do can be modified to meet each person where they are, and with our biannual assessments we demonstrate improvement time after time!
Contact us today to schedule your assessment and start FIGHTING BACK AGAINST PARKINSON’S!
Kristen Schillaci, MS, COTA/L, Kristen is a certified occupational therapy assistant with a Master’s degree in art therapy, PWR Moves certified, and has over 15 years of experience in senior care and a passion for serving individuals with Parkinson’s
Adam Loyd, Adam comes to us with over 25 yrs of experience in Martial arts. He is a black belt, trained in Shotokan Karate, Taekwondo, kickboxing, and Aikido.
Heather Baker, personal trainer, Silver Sneakers certified, and Nutrician specialist
Kim Bryson, Coach, motivational encourager, sarcasm provider
Pedaling for Parkinsons offered free on Tuesday/Thursday 10am, and Saturday at 11:.30am.
Physicians release form required to attend.
Tango for Parkinson’s offered Tuesday at 11am
$10/couple per class