At Girl Fit PT, we offer classes and work outs to make sure you get and stay fit, strong, flexible and target the specific needs of YOU!
Come check out our wide variety of classes which are held in our NEW Girl Fit Fitness Studio!
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Girl Fit Classes
The GIRL FIT class is a strength, flexibility, and injury prevention class tailored to the unique needs of adolescent females. Each class consists of a dynamic warm up, upper body strengthening, core strengthening, glute strengthening, hip stability, lower body and posterior chain strengthening, ankle stability, balance, and stretching. Girls are encouraged to listen to their bodies and modify their workouts to match their own skill level and to maintain good form. Girl Fit is a fun, high energy workout and excellent cross training. Bring your friends and let Girl Fit help you stay strong enough to follow your dreams!
Teenage girls are experiencing more opportunities in the world than ever before, yet are often faced with great challenges socially, emotionally, and with family, academic, and extra-curricular commitments. Yoga for Girls is designed to promote and enhance flexibility, calm, and strength in both mind and body. In this co-created, safe space girls have the opportunity to explore traditional yoga postures, breathing techniques, mindfulness, meditation, partner work and group challenges. Through movement, games, breathing practices, and deep relaxation girls will enhance their self-confidence, focus, connection to others, and ability to find calm within themselves. Girls will learn how to call upon these personal strengths when stressful moments arise.
Skate Fit Classes
Skate Fit is a strength, flexibility, and injury prevention class developed for off the ice training for the unique sport-specific needs of all figure skaters. Skate Fit is a high energy, quick paced strength and flexibility class with an emphasis on form and control. Held at the Skating Club of Boston, each workout includes core, glute, upper body, lower body, foot and ankle strengthening, as well as balance, body mechanics, and flexibility. Skate Fit also includes education and feedback throughout the workout to the help skaters continue to learn body awareness, how to modify exercises to their own strength level, safe workout and cross training techniques, and the basic principles of injury prevention.
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Hip Hop Cardio
Hip Hop Cardio is designed to get your blood flowing and your body moving in a fun and funky environment. Each class will start with a hip hop warm up to get our bodies moving and grooving. There will be short burst of conditioning in which we strengthen those hip hop abs and arms. We will also practice some across the floor exercises in which we explore how the body moves through space while also building confidence. If time permits we may also teach a short hip-hop dance to build upon the skills practiced in the beginning of class. We believe that everybody, every BODY, and anybody is a dancer and we are committed to building confidence in our students of all ages and abilities. No experience required!
Pricing for Classes:
First Girl Fit, Skate Fit, or Yoga Class is free!
Single class: $18
5 pack of classes: $80
10 pack of classes: $150
Work It Out Sessions
WORK IT OUT is an opportunity for girls to come work out in a safe and supportive environment with a plan created by a physical therapist to meet their unique sport specific goals. Girls will be supervised for good form and learn to listen to their bodies to create a safe, chalenging workout. Girls will learn the basics of how to choose, modify, and progress their exercises safely when working out.
Work It Out is designed to help girls stay strong, flexible, injury free, and confident in taking charge of their health, fitness, and injury prevention. Girls may arrive and work out for their desired amount of time during the 1 hour workout session.
To participate in a Work It Out session, girls will have a work out plan created by their physical therapist upon discharge from PT. If not transitioning directly out of PT, girls should book a 30 minute one-on-one session with a physical therapist to develop a plan for their workouts to meet their unique and sport specific goals. To schedule a one-on-one session with a physical therapist, call Girl Fit Physical Therapy at 617-618-9290 or email email@example.com.
Pricing for Work It Out Sessions:
Single Work It Out Session: $30
5 Session Package: $140
10 Session Package: $250
Spotlight on some of our amazing collaborators!
Yoga with Meg
After years of participating in competitive sports, from ice hockey to triathlons, Meg discovered yoga as a means to connecting with herself in a new way, mentally and physically. She chose to deepen and share her practice by becoming a certified yoga teacher through the Kripalu School of Yoga. Incorporating her love of nature, art, and movement, Meg has been leading walking meditations, outdoor yoga asana classes, and pop-up group classes in the New England area. In her approach to teaching, Meg aims to create a safe and judgement-free experience in which students can feel comfortable to cultivate a deeper mind and body awareness through yoga, in nearly any environment.
A curious and eager learner, Meg holds a BA in Psychology, BFA in Photography, and a MA in International Relations and Economics. Her professional career has spanned from artist, to school teacher, to program officer for a micro finance organization, and most recently to teacher of ESL to incarcerated adults. A native of New Jersey, Meg cultivated her love of travel and culture by living in Europe and Asia for a combined 14 years. She currently resides in Brookline, MA with her husband and two children.
Meg holds sacred meeting and connecting with others. Teaching yoga has become the ideal way for her to apply creativity and compassion in helping others to help themselves.
Mental Skills with Kelsey
Kelsey received her Bachelor of Arts in dance from Muhlenberg College in 2011. After two years in New York City, she decided to pursue her master’s degree in sport and exercise psychology at Springfield College. While at Springfield, Kelsey worked with athletes, teams, and coaches at the NCAA Division III collegiate level. She has also worked with the Massachusetts Olympic Development elite soccer program and Broadway performers. Additionally, she completed a thesis examining the effects of training on the mood states of professional ballet dancers.
Kelsey currently serves as the Performance Enhancement & Rehabilitation Specialist at The Micheli Center for Sports Injury Prevention, an affiliate of Boston Children's Hospital--Division of Sports Medicine. Having danced all her life, Kelsey has a personal understanding of the demands placed on athletes -- mentally, physically and emotionally. Her goal is to help athletes of all ages learn to navigate the maze of challenges associated with sport [confidence, motivation, self talk, goal setting, anxiety/arousal control] to better reach self-determined goals and perform optimally both on and off the field, court, ice and stage.
Yoga with Joana
Joana is a pediatrician and Sports Medicine specialist at Boston Children's Hospital. She loves the outdoors and anything that involves being active! A former gymnast, dancer and runner she has dealt with injuries over the years herself as a result of overuse, weakness and poor technique. She is passionate about injury prevention and helping young athletes find the strength and stability in themselves that is so often lacking in "traditional" workouts, so that they can avoid injuries now and in future. In addition, she believes yoga can help to create and foster the mental toughness needed not just for high level sports, but also the stresses of day to day life. After receiving her yoga 200-hr teaching certification in 2016, she has brought this knowledge in to her clinical practice and is directing her research towards the field of yoga for athletes. Her classes will focus on strength, stabilization and body awareness and encourage focus and resilience, all set to a fun playlist of music!
Hip Hop Cardio with Evolve Dynamicz
As artists, we seek to confront the challenges of a millennial life with a sense of openness and vulnerability. Our work embraces these challenges with curiosity, intimacy, playfulness, and a deep seeded passion for movement. Special interests in improvisational composition and site specific choreography uniquely reflect our choreographic processes. With this, we aspire to continually experiment with new vocabularies, ideas, and mediums of expression— we are committed to sharing our passion of dance with audiences in all spaces, of all types.
In October of 2015, Evolve Dynamicz was established, with the hope of creating a repertoire to perform and share with audiences of all types. https://www.evolvedynamicz.com/
Nicole was born and raised in Buffalo, New York where she started dancing at the age of 2 at Eugenia’s Dance Studio. She trained in ballet, jazz, tap, hip-hop, lyrical, and Polish Heritage dancing. At the age of 18, Nicole started school at the University of Rochester where she studied Physics and Dance. At Rochester, she trained in contemporary with mentor Missy Pfohl Smith—artistic director of BIODANCE and director of Program of Dance and Movement at the University of Rochester. Nicole’s first professional experience came when she worked briefly as stage manager for dance company BIODANCE. For the duration of her time at Rochester, Nicole also performed with student group Louvre Performance Ensemble. In Louvre, Nicole held executive board positions as Finance Coordinator and Production Manager and she also served 2 terms as President. Nicole attended the ACDA Northeast Conference, American College Dance Association (formerly ACDFA) in 2012, 2013, and 2015. At the 2015 conference, Nicole premiered “STROBE” in the adjudicated concert series as her first professional choreographic work. In the summer of 2015, Nicole performed for Onstage Dance Company director and choreographer Jennifer Crowell-Kuhnberg in the production “What is Love?” Since her move to Boston, she has also briefly worked with other boston based dance companies including Onstage Repertory, a collaborative choreographic project and Unyted Tek'Nēkz, of Unyted Style Productions, under the direction of Ricardo Foster. In October 2015 Nicole and her dance partner, Lisa Costello, founded their own company; Evolve Dynamicz. Since it’s founding, the company has performed at events across the Boston metropolitan area as well as in New York City. Nicole has taught classes in the Boston area at Starline Academy for the Performing Arts in Stoughton, MA as well as OnStage Dance Studio. She also manages, dances, and choreographs for Evolve and has dreams of one day becoming an architect— merging her passions for the arts and sciences. Nicole is currently pursuing a Master's of Architecture at Northeastern University. https://www.nicolezizzi.com/