As a number of people on this forum know, I am an enthusiastic proponent of an exercise programme known as PD warrior, which works best if adopted when you are in relatively early stages. It originated in Australia and a few physios over here are licenced in the technique. I've been seeing a physio at a clinic a couple of hours away and have had three sessions focusing on this technique. There's been a marked improvement in my symptoms and I do it religiously every day. Anyway, the team in Australia who put this together have come to the UK to train more physios and were in London yesterday. Along with about eight others, I was invited to be a volunteer so that the physios had people to practice on. It went right through from a mock up first consultation between physio and patient, when they had to work out how PD affected me and the best exercises for individual cases, to working with the physios individually as they practiced teaching those exercises and a circuit at the end of the session. It was a great day, and I've come away with a personal, tailored programme. Am exhausted this morning though!