M3F Brings Programs to Jupiter

The foundation will debut new fitness, voice, music, and dance classes at Florida Atlantic University's Stiles-Nicholson Brain Institute

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Voices of Parkinson's Chorus
Voices of Parkinson’s Chorus

The Mind, Music, and Movement Foundation for Neurological Disorders (M3F) will expand its reach with new programming at Florida Atlantic University’s Stiles-Nicholson Brain Institute in Jupiter. The programming includes fitness, voice, music, and dance classes led by M3F accredited professionals.

M3F is a 501(c)(3) nonprofit organization that supports comprehensive integrative programming that addresses movement, mobility, balance, speech, nutrition, and mental well-being for people living with a neurodegenerative disease, as well as their families. The foundation’s objective is to instill hope, confidence, strength, wellness, friendship, and commitment in class participants and their families. Programs are available in-person and virtually.

In the newly established Jupiter location, M3F offers classes on Thursdays and Saturdays. Programs at this venue include Movement and Balance, HEART Gentle Mat Yoga, Chair Zumba, Mat Yoga and Stretch, Dance for Fluidity, and Voices of Parkinson’s Chorus. The chorus is not only for people with Parkinson’s, but also other neurodegenerative diseases or simply for people who enjoy singing. M3F will collaborate with Giving Voice, a Minnesota-based nonprofit that creates choruses for people with Alzheimer’s and other forms of dementia, to form a choral community in the Jupiter area.

Classes also continue at the Tropical Sands Christian Church in Palm Beach Gardens on Mondays and Wednesdays. Those classes include Mat Yoga and Stretch, Box and Cross Train, Virtual Boxing for Parkinson’s, Move and Groove, Dance for Fluidity, and support groups.

For class pricing and other information or to register for Mind, Music, and Movement Foundation for Neurological Disorders’ ongoing programming, click here, call (561) 510-8611, or email info@m3f.org.

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