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PWR Moves: Exercises While Lying on Your Belly

PWR Moves prone exercises

PWR Moves exercises done in prone position, aka “lying on your belly”, are another way that individuals with Parkinson’s Disease can improve their strength, flexibility, and balance. Prone position exercises involve lying face down on a mat or other padded surface, and engaging in movements that activate the core, upper body, and lower body muscles.

A benefit of PWR Moves exercises done in prone position is that they can help to ease muscle tension and stiffness. Many individuals with Parkinson’s experience muscle rigidity and discomfort, which can make it difficult to perform everyday tasks. By engaging in prone position exercises, individuals can release tension in their muscles and improve their overall range of motion.

The PWR Moves prone position class is an effective way for individuals with Parkinson’s Disease to improve their physical fitness and mobility. By participating in a regular exercise routine, individuals can manage the symptoms of Parkinson’s and maintain their independence and quality of life.

Equipment Used

Length of Class

Fitness Level

Non-Slip Exercise Mat

11 Minutes



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