Improve your range of motion, coordination, balance, and gait with our beginner-friendly boxing program.
Our non-contact boxing program is designed for people living with neurological conditions, including multiple sclerosis, Parkinson’s disease and stroke.
Our team of experienced exercise physiologists understand the diverse range of neurological conditions. We’re here to guide and support you throughout this beginner-friendly program.
Plus Boxing is a 4-week program run by MS Plus exercise physiologists at our Lidcombe (NSW) and Footscray (Vic) Wellbeing centres.
Research has shown that exercise plays an important role in managing neurological conditions. Exercises that include big, explosive movements (such as boxing) along with strength training can help rewire the brain to improve symptoms including spasticity or stiffness, weakness, reduced balance and control, ataxia and fatigue
Our boxing for neurological conditions program is run by MS Plus exercise physiologists at our Lidcombe (NSW) and Footscray (Vic) Wellbeing centres. Book in for an assessment with one of our friendly team to determine your suitability for participation in our boxing class!
Who is this program suitable for?
This program is designed for people with neurological conditions with the ability to mobilise with a walking stick or less (i.e. no walking aids like walkers).
Do I need prior boxing experience to participate?
All fitness levels are welcome. No prior boxing experience is required as we start our program at a beginner level.
How many people can I expect in a session?
We limit each program intake to 3 people to allow for a personalised experience.
What is the duration of each session?
Where can I access this program?
Plus Boxing is run by our MS Plus Exercise Physiologists at our Lidcombe (NSW) and Footscray (VIC) Wellbeing Centre.
When does the program commence?
The next round commences in September. We will get in touch with all participants to book in an initial assessment prior to the first session.
What is the structure and cost of the program?
The total program consists of 86 sessions:
How can I pay for the Boxing for Parkinson's?
There are several ways to pay for this service, including:
We can help you work out the most suitable payment method when you book your class.
Fill in the form below or if you prefer, get in touch with our Plus Connect team on 1800 042 138 or email [email protected]. Let us know what you need because we are here to help you in any way we can.