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Boston Parks winter fitness series

Starting January 3 through May 1, we will be offering virtual classes to be enjoyed online from the safety of your home. Check the individual classes on our calendar below for details.

Update: Our upcoming Dance Fit class on Monday, February 8, has been canceled. We have a prerecorded workout that we will email out to all participants who registered.

Everyone is welcome at our free classes, no matter what your fitness level is. For information on cancellations, check Twitter at @healthyboston and @bostonparksdept. You can also call 617-635-4505

Fitness class descriptions

Family Fitness

What better way to start off your morning than with an amazing workout with your family? Classes are designed to create bonding experiences, encourage healthy habits and to teach new fitness activities. Grab the family and join the fun.


Trained yoga instructor Bonafide Vinyasa offers an accessible, alignment-based compassionate yoga practice. The class is geared toward finding and creating strength, mobility and balance through the postures of yoga. This is an all levels yoga flow class. Yoga blocks, straps, mats, and comfortable clothing for movement are suggested.

Dance HIIT

Dance Fit is a cardio-dance-based class that will get your heart pumping and hips shaking while combining strength moves to get you stronger! Move and dance to the beat while breaking a sweat and torching calories.


Learn a variety of dance styles through Salsa Suelta line dancing with MetaMovements' Eli Pabon and special guests!

Line Dancing

Move to the music in a fun workout that involves choreographed steps and upbeat dancing.

Chair Yoga

A gentle form of yoga that can be done sitting on a chair or standing on the ground while using the chair for support.


Zumba involves energetic dance and aerobic elements. Instructors provide choreographed moves of hip-hop, soca, samba, salsa, merengue, mambo, and martial arts.


This Barre class is designed to help tone and strengthen your muscles. It combines ballet-inspired moves with elements of Pilates, dance, yoga, and strength training. Expect high repetitions, small movements, and plenty of modifications to make this the perfect workout for all fitness levels. All you need is a chair.

Strength Training

Boston’s WFS Strength Training class will focus on range of motion and compound movements to challenge the total body for an all-out workout be ready to work hard, sweat, and have a good time.