110 Health, 200 Weymouth St., Rockland, will host Parkie Promenade at 6 p.m. Jan. 24.
Parkie Promenade will embrace a stroll on the pink carpet, dancing, refreshments and light-weight meals. All proceeds might be donated to the Davis Phinney Basis.
The Davis Phinney Basis was based in 2004 by its namesake, Davis Phinney. Phinney is an Olympic bronze medalist and Tour de France stage winner. He has celebrated probably the most victories of any bike owner in American historical past. After being recognized with Younger-onset Parkinson’s illness in 2000, Phinney realized that there have been methods to enhance the standard of his everyday dwelling. He created the muse as a technique to promote and fund revolutionary analysis that demonstrates the consequences and significance of train, speech and different parts which can be important to high quality of life.
The Davis Phinney Basis offers important data, sensible instruments and inspiration to folks dwelling with Parkinson’s. The inspiration believes that “it’s doable to reside properly with Parkinson’s in the present day.”
Brett Miller, proprietor of 110 Health and bodily therapist, is an envoy for the Davis Phinney Basis.
“The mission of 110 Health is to offer a holistic strategy to wellness. As the most important wellness middle on the earth for people with Parkinson’s Illness, we acknowledge that social engagement performs an enormous function in combating PD,” mentioned Miller. “We’re so excited to host the Parkie Promenade for our members and their family and friends. This provides them a chance to dress up and luxuriate in an evening of dancing, which is one thing they might usually not deal with themselves to. As part of our mission, we additionally make it some extent to present again and unfold consciousness relating to the sources out there to the Parkinson’s group. As an envoy for the Davis Phinney Basis, I’m honored to be elevating funds for the muse as a result of they’re doing such vital work that permits the Parkinson’s group to reside their finest lives everyday.”
Attendees with Parkinson’s and/or their caregivers have the chance to obtain complimentary hair styling and make-up by skilled stylists, Erica Peluso from Dahlia Salon in Cohasset, and Christen Owens and Katie Cochran from Cove Hair in Scituate, who’re donating their time and providers.
The Parkie Promenade is open to most people. All are welcome to attend.
Tickets for the Parkie Promenade are $20 per particular person.
To buy tickets, go to 110 Health, name 781-616-3313 or e-mail email@example.com.
To study extra, go to www.davisphinneyfoundation.org.