Parkinson’s Wellness Course – PWR

Parkinson’s Wellness Course – PWR

CCU Approved:  4 CCUs with 40 PT State Boards, FAI & ACSM

Learn 25 dynamic seated and standing exercises to improve 
balance, posture and promote larger movements while inspiring your client to love exercising! 

NEXT COURSE – Coming Soon

Regular Price $399.99 (ACTIVATOR®  Poles and Boot Tips included) – PWR Special ONLY $299.99

Discover how to be instrumental in facilitating your patient’s goals to become more confident, independent and active within their community.  

Game changer is a common term from patients with Parkinson’s describing this program

Evidence based ACTIVATOR Poles are prescribed as best practice in Canada and abroad to improve outcomes for balance, posture and all aspects of gait for Parkinson’s rehab.  

Learn how to use this unique patented design to achieve maximum benefit for the ACTIVATOR Technique for balance and ACTIVATOR PUSH for enhancing larger movements in exercise program. Your patients will love this revolutionary program that significantly improved walking ability while inspiring them to exercise!   


Audience:  physical therapists, occupational therapists, PTAs, OTAs, AT


Intro, Research Review, ACTIVATOR® Technique for Balance, Assessment, Contraindications,  Urban Poling/Nordic walking Technique for Higher Intensity & Earlier Stages of PD. 


  • Perspectives from Patients with Parkinson’s
  • ACTIVATOR Push Technique for exercises to improve balance, posture & enhanced movement 
  • Guidelines for Group Exercise Programs
  • 25 Dynamic Seated, Standing & Gait Exercises for Parkinson’s Rehab 

Regular Price $399.99 (ACTIVATOR®  Poles and Boot Tips included) – PWR Special $299.99


Sunhan Anderson – DPT BSc, ON Canada

Sunhan completed her doctorate degree in Physical Therapy in 2006 at the University of Minnesota. She is certified in: the LSVT BIG, PWR! Moves, and Rock Steady Boxing program.  Sunhan is currently working towards a diploma in Advanced Musculoskeletal Physical Therapy.  Sunhan enjoys the challenges of working with clients with multiple conditions, with her main focus being the rehabilitation of patients with neurological diagnoses like Parkinson’s, Stroke, and Multiple Sclerosis (MS).  Also highly experienced in treating orthopaedic conditions, Sunhan works with a variety of clients whose conditions include  sports injuries, strains/sprains, arthritis, and post-operative rehabilitation.  In addition to helping individual clients, Sunhan also leads weekly group exercise classes for people with Parkinson’s.. Sunhan strives to promote an active lifestyle and helps clients return to activities that bring joy in their lives by providing evidence-based treatment.


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