In the course of Parkinson’s disease, the most common symptoms are muscle rigidity (Rigor), tremor (Tremor) and akinesia, i.e. motor deprivation. There is a lot of scientific research confirming the effectiveness of rehabilitation in the course of this disease.
Music therapy is also a very good form of therapy (see the sensational video about the effect of music on movement in a person with Parkinson’s disease – https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=PHi0gDeMjrU)
Patients, find it difficult to initiate movement, they lean forward over time and stumble. I suggest to my patients to perform large, extensive movements, also on a mat, which will maintain muscle length and joint mobility. Balance training, gait training, and very often overlooked voice and facial exercises are also essential. I often lead exercises to music and encourage dancing at home :-).