National Parkinson Foundation: Keep on Moving!
Moving Day® San Francisco

Shaking Not Stirred (PDers with a Twist)

Welcome to the Shaking Not Stirred Moving Day® Team Page!


We are individuals touched by Parkinson's disease. Although we may shake, we are not shaken or stirred. We celebrate life every day and give back to a world that is abundant with solutions to our challenges.


We believe "the cure" is available to those who push back against this encroaching disease. The standard protocol of passively popping pills every few hours and waiting for others to deliver a solution is not adequate. We choose to walk into the wind and avail ourselves of the vast resources of science, information, technology and the love that surrounds us.


We celebrate NPF 's Moving Day and exercise and movement as a most important prescription for maintaining good health. We are the 2015 team NATIONAL champions having raised $81,875 at the 2015 event and ready to rumble in 2016.


Remember: There is always an elephant in the room with Parkinson's Disease. PD is exhausting. We didn't ask for it, it is always there.

But with great effort and a commitment to our health, we can ride the elephant and not get stepped on.


This group is a derivative of the Napa Young Onset Parkinson's disease support group. You can reach us at 707-266-6156 or .


In the United States, 50,000-60,000 new cases of Parkinson's disease (PD) are diagnosed each year, adding to the one million people who currently have PD.


Join our team for the local National Parkinson Foundation (NPF) Moving Day® walk, the first nationwide grassroots campaign that spotlights the disease on a national level and gives the chance to raise awareness and funds in our own community. Your support will help NPF continue improving the quality of care for those living with Parkinson's disease.


- To become a member of our team please select the 'Join Team' link.

- To donate or visit a team members personal page please click on their name under the Team Roster.


Thank you for supporting us and the vital work of the National Parkinson Foundation.

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