neuro-specific exercise & wellness

Parkinson's Exercise Classes

At NeuYou, we offer a weekly schedule of Parkinson's exercise classes to support you in challenging and motivating yourself.

WHAT you do and HOW you do it matter when it comes to promoting brain health and driving positive neuroplastic change. To target your symptoms, both motor and non-motor, exercise needs to combine power, amplitude, effort, thinking, sensation, balance and fun.

We welcome you to try them all - to find the one that fits you - knowing that each method has its place and purpose in supporting your needs and providing long term benefits to you and your health.

All classes are run by neuro-specialist therapists. We are able to provide individual strategies to help with symptom management during class by providing training and adaptation of the task at hand to enable everyone to participate to their maximum potential.



PILATES for Parkinsons


POWER for Parkinsons


Parkinson's exercise class

starting 22nd July


Challenge your mind, body & brain.

Functional activities are modified and adapted to enable improvements to be achieved, no matter your starting point.

Expect to gain in strength, stability, posture, balance, flexibility, breathing and more - improving how you do things every day.

Completed on Reformer machines.

Run at the Inspired Pilates & Yoga studio,

11 The Strand, Penshurst, 2222




Target your symptoms, improve your fitness & feel good.

All the best bits of a gym session wrapped up in one combo class. A mixture of amplitude training, interval training (cardio) and weights to increase heart rate, breathing & endorphins, improve mood, digestion & sleep, and build strong muscles & bones. 

Boost your strength & confidence in standing, stepping, bending, reaching, pushing & pulling to improve your every day.

Private Sessions

We are able to provide specialist neuro rehabilitation on a 1:1 basis for people living with Multiple Sclerosis, stroke, traumatic brain injury or acquired brain injury or for people living with Parkinson's Disease who would like a more personalised service.


We use a range of movement approaches to target your specific symptoms.


We aim to improve strength, range of movement and endurance, whilst reducing pain and stiffness, to improve how you carry out everyday functional tasks.


Our overall goal is always to maximise your independence and improve the quality of your life.