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What is BurnAlong?

BurnAlong is an online video fitness and wellness platform that offers hundreds of classes at all fitness levels, including classes appropriate for individuals with Parkinson disease at various stages of progression.

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April 11: National Day of Telehealth for Parkinson Disease 
(Access for all of April)

For World Parkinson Day on April 11, together with our partners, we invite individuals with Parkinson disease, caregivers, family members, and advocates to participate in free online fitness classes to raise awareness of the importance of exercising for Parkinson disease.

About BurnAlong

What sort of classes do you offer?

You choose the class you want to take and where you want to take it from home, from a friend’s house, or wherever you are that day.

How can you take classes?

You can access the class on your smartphone, tablet, or computer, and, uniquely, can invite friends and family to join you in live private sessions. Whomever you invite will be able to see and hear you on their screen, and you will be able to see and hear them in addition to viewing the class.

We hope you can join this effort and take a class on April 11, a National Day of Telehealth for Parkinson Disease! To participate, simply sign up, and you’ll get an email within a few hours from CustomerCare @ with your username and password for access. Your free access begins on April 1, 2018, and runs through the month of April. 

 Supported by The National Parkinson's Foundation, The University of Rochester, and The Davis Phinney Foundation.

Please invite friends and family to sign up with you, and enjoy the classes!

Offered in collaboration with the Parkinson’s Foundation and the University of Rochester.

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Let’s work together to raise awareness for Parkinson's Disease

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Sign up for free access for the month of April on BurnAlong. Within a few hours, you’ll receive an email from CustomerCare @ with your username and password. Invite friends and family members to signup too.

Parkinson disease is the fastest growing neurological disorder worldwide and is poised to continue to grow exponentially. Exercise can improve the symptoms of Parkinson disease. Exercising when you want, where you want, and with whom you want, could motivate many of us to exercise more often.


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