Donna Brooks is a somatic movement educator and therapist, Yogi, and embodied meditator who has 35 years of experience teaching, counseling and coaching in movement and the healing arts.

Donna’s friends and referrals: – Renee is an amazing Yoga teacher who lives with her own Parkinson’s Disease with complete elegance.
Email: – For Women: The Desilets Method provides nurturing, up-to-date, proven effective methods and ideas to assist you in integrating your sensual/sexual nature for greater health, well-being and pleasure. This course and book offer profound, transformative power of heart-centered sexuality and delight in supporting each individual to find her own healthy expression of vitality.

Chris Marano – Chris Marano is a master clinical herbalist of Western, Chinese, and Native American healing traditions, registered herbalist with the American Herbalist Guild council member of the Northeast Herbal Association. Chris is founder of Clearpath Herbals, providing wellness consultations and high-quality herbal preparations, and of Clearpath School of Herbal Medicine, dedicated to the teaching of herbalism, holistic health, and Earth-based wisdom and sustainability. – Dance for PD® offers dance classes for people with Parkinson’s disease in Brooklyn, New York and, through our network of partners and associates, in more than 40 other communities around the world. An on-going collaboration between the Mark Morris Dance Group and the Brooklyn Parkinson Group

Tom Monte is one of the most prolific authors and teachers of natural healing in the world. He has written more than 35 books and hundreds of articles on virtually every area of health.

Tom’s website – – is dedicated to helping you use natural healing methods to recover your health, heal inner conflicts, and restore love to your important relationships

Cancer Connection offers a haven where people living with cancer and their loved ones can learn how to navigate the complicated cancer journey through education, peer support, complementary therapies and creative programs to strengthen body and spirit.

The Parkinson’s Disease and Movement Disorders Center at Boston University School of Medicine/Boston Medical Center provides information on our programs of clinical care, research, education, and support.
Established in 1978 by Dr. Robert G. Feldman to address the comprehensive care needs of individuals and families with Parkinson’s disease and movement disorders.

For Pioneer Valley Parkinson’s Disease or Stroke help also call Debra Ellis, MS at 1. 413. 695. 6069. She is a highly skilled physical therapists who runs groups and works with people individually.

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