Phys-Ed Health and Performance of New Milford will offer an informational session and classes by Beat Parkinson’s Today, an exercise program designed specifically to improve Parkinson’s symptoms, in the coming weeks.

An informational presentation and demonstrations will be offered Monday at 11 a.m. at the 10 Still River Drive facility.

Classes will run Mondays from June 22 through Aug. 10.

BeatPD Today is a program developed through personal trial and error by Michelle Hespeler, who has the disease.

The Beat PD Today program is an affordable exercise class based on national research around the benefit of exercise to alleviate Parkinson’s symptoms and slow the progression of the disease.

Every workout is scalable to each individual within the group class.

The program focuses on full functional body movements used in everyday life.

Sessions will use a variety of basic equipment, such as ropes, TRX, kettle bells, BOSUs, weights and medicine balls.

The classes encourage brain stimulation, challenge balance and stability and teach proper technique and form - all in an encouraging group setting.

Advance registration is required by calling 860-463-3747 or emailing info@beatpdtoday.com.