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Senior Fitness

Every Day Is An Opportunity To ReNu Your Life!

Empowering you to set goals, remove barriers, and take action toward a healthier, more functional lifestyle. 

Specializing in fitness for individuals with chronic conditions and Parkinson's disease.  American Council on Exercise Certified Personal Trainer.

Kris Cameron

About Kris Cameron

Kris has dedicated over 20 years to the health and fitness of others.  She has built a career on not just “working out” clients, but by helping individuals find the keys they need to unlock a healthier lifestyle.  Any personal trainer can give their clients a good workout, but a great trainer will educate, inspire, empower, and build relationships.

Senior Fitness

Don't Let Chronic Conditions Hold You Back

With a background in healthcare and physical rehabilitation, Kris has experience with chronic conditions and numerous specialty certifications including:

  • Delay the Disease-Exercise & Parkinson’s
  • Arthritis Foundation Exercise Program
  • Aging Gracefully: Balance Training & Fall Prevention
  • Tai Chi for Arthritis & Falls Prevention
  • Active Older Adult Exercise Instructor
  • Training the Core
  • Gait & Balance
  • Exercise & Osteoporosis
  • Golf Conditioning Specialist
  • Functional Training for the Older Adult


Contact Kris for class info or personal training

Cedar Rapids Metro Parkinson's Association

What We've Done

Free and low cost exercise and support programs have been helping those in the Eastern Iowa Corridor since 2011 at contracted locations throughout Cedar Rapids and Iowa City. 

Our Cedar Rapids classes are currently held in rented spaces in churches, gyms, and other facilities. The classes and rented spaces are funded by generous donations to the CRM Parkinson's Association as well as by our annual Parkinson's Classic Golf Tournament.

What We Want To Do

As the need increases, a permanent location is required to provide services in one central building. The Eastern Iowa Parkinson's Wellness & Resource Center will hold exercise classes, support groups, a resource library and referral center, as well as offer services such as massage, educational presentations, and counseling.  Our doors will be open to anyone living in Eastern Iowa with PD or other neurological conditions. 

We Need Your Support

We need your support to raise funds for our permanent facility. We have a new location that we will be moving to in March 2018. Donations and sponsors will keep the doors open and programs running for those in Eastern Iowa living with PD and their families. 

If you would like to donate, please continue to the link below.

If you would like to be a corporate sponsor, please contact  Kris Cameron at kris@renuyourlife.com

Support the Eastern Iowa Parkinson's Wellness & Resource Center

Your support & contributions will enable us to meet our goals and improve conditions. Your generous donation will fund our mission to help those in Eastern Iowa live well with Parkinson's Disease.The Cedar Rapids Metro Parkinson's Association is a non profit 501c3.

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Living With Parkinson's Disease

Parkinson's Facts

 Parkinson's disease (PD) is a chronic and progressive movement disorder, meaning that symptoms continue and worsen over time. Nearly one million people in the US are living with Parkinson's disease. The cause is unknown, and although there is presently no cure, there are treatment options such as medication and surgery to manage its symptoms 

Exercise & Parkinson's Disease

 Aside from working with your doctor on an ongoing plan primarily involving medications, one of the most important things you can do is exercise. Many people cite swimming, walking and yoga as favorites. The universal benefits of exercise in helping everyone feel better and improving overall health are well-documented. There is evidence that exercise may hold specific benefits for people with Parkinson's in staying active and relatively limber, and improving balance and motor coordination. 

Tips for Caregivers

 Whether you care for someone who is newly diagnosed with Parkinson’s disease (PD), you are adapting to new challenges as the disease progresses or you have been living with PD for a long time, you have the right and responsibility to make the care partnership most productive with the least amount of stress and conflict.Remember: you have a dual role as a caregiver: to care for the person with Parkinson’s and to take care of yourself.