Parkinson’s Nebraska Supports Maintaining Movements for Parkinson’s Class

Parkinson’s Nebraska ( is proud to support Nate Hall and his Maintaining Movements for Parkinson’s class. Nate, from Style Fitness and Nutrition in Omaha, is an inspiring example of the passion people have for helping the Parkinson’s community. His journey with Parkinson’s began with his father’s diagnosis. After his father began to experience symptoms, he was inspired to develop a program that challenged patients to use their minds and control their body to help slow the side effects of Parkinson’s.
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Parkinson’s Nebraska approved a $563.20 grant for Nate’s class to go towards new equipment including versa tubes, sparring gloves, and an agility ladder. The organization looks forward to partnering with Nate to help create a bigger impact in the Parkinson’s community.

The class has grown steadily since it began. He expects 10 people in his next class. His class provides more than physical benefits. It provides comradery and support that you can only get from people going through the same experience.

Maintaining Movements for Parkinson’s is a free class held at Style Fitness and Nutrition (15117 Industrial Rd.), and, in honor of April being Parkinson’s Awareness Month, Nate has just announced that he will be increasing the number of classes, offering them once a week, every Friday at 5 p.m. To learn more, contact Nate at (402) 719-7853 / or go online to

Parkinson’s Nebraska is the primary source of education, support, and resources for Nebraskans whose lives are affected by Parkinson’s Disease. They are locally-based, passionate, and proud that all funds stay in Nebraska. To learn more, call (402) 715-4707 or visit