Water exercises, such as swimming laps or aerobic exercises, are ideal for people with Parkinson's disease, according to WebMD. These exercises require less balance to perform and are easier on the joints.
After consulting a doctor, a person with Parkinson's disease could also try a hobby or some other type of enjoyable activity, such as gardening, yoga or tai chi, suggests WebMD. Additionally, exercising the facial muscles is important for people with Parkinson's disease. Singing and reading out loud while exaggerating one's lip and mouth movements are good ways to work the facial muscles, as are chewing food vigorously or making faces in a mirror.