MUSIC One aspect of Parkinson's is the body's desire to be still, seen in bradykinesia, rigidity and freezing. Music can by pass the pre frontal cortex where the brain is saying 'don't move' and it can get us to move instinctively, passively which stimulates dopamine production from where our body can take over actively. The music must be loud, low and between the speeds of 100-120 beats per minute. (A google search will bring up playlists at the different speeds). Choose a comfortable speed within this speed band. Too fast and you stimulate adrenaline production instead of dopamine production. Load your playlist, put on your headphones and off you go!
THERAPEUTIC STALKING. Mimic the gait of a person a little way in front of you. We are set up to mimic others. In conversation we often find ourselves mimicking the hand movements of the person we're talking to. Try stalking! You'll find, assuming you chose someone who is walking well and not too fast for you, that your body becomes more fluid.
(Information from my sessions with Dr Joaquin Farias, fariastechnique.com)