• Second Chance CE
  • Second Chance CE

    We offer a sensitively designed CONDUCTIVE EDUCATION Program for Individuals living with Parkinson’s Disease, Multiple Sclerosis, Cerebral Palsy, Head Injuries, Stroke, as well as other Neurological Disorders.

    Currently we are available in the New England region of the United States, serving Boston, Massachusetts and Maine, as well as holding regular weekly classes in the United Kingdom.

    “I began practicing CONDUCTIVE EDUCATION in 1977 with both children and adults with various types of Neurological Disorders. Through my experience and seeing the positive impact CE had on my clients, I developed a highly specialized Program unique to people with Parkinson’s Disease, Stroke and Multiple Sclerosis. After regular practice of CONDUCTIVE EDUCATION, clients are able to lead more active and happier everyday lives.”

    – Maria Heine.

Our Services

Conductive Education for Adults with Parkinson's Disease, Stroke, Multiple Sclerosis, Celebral Palsy, Brain Injuries as well as various other Neurological Disorders

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What Our Clients Are Saying

S.W. (North London)

'Before starting CE, I felt really weak and depressed. I fell over frequently and I hardly went out. At the beginning I didn’t have any miracles, but gradually my condition improved. My balance became much better and I simply felt great. I can drive again and walk safely.’

P.C. (London)

'I can finally control my tremor and shaking and have better balance than before.’

J.B. (Marlow)

‘My posture, breathing and speech have improved noticeably.’

B.G. (Welwyn Garden City)

'Conductive Education has made me feel much stronger. It changed my lifestyle completely and my quality of life is good again.’

L.W. (Amersham)

'I experienced; loosening of tense shoulder muscles, improvement in wrist flexibility and confidence to try harder.’

R.G. (London)

'Parkinson’s has no cure, it’s a progressive disease but Conductive Education classes slow down the progression by keeping us mobile.’

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