Stay fit this summer with free, fun programs around the Fort Point Channel! Dates will be announced shortly!
All participants must fill-out a medical waiver (provided at the beginning of the workout). Always consult a physician before beginning any exercise program. Please register on individual event pages linked to below. In the event of rain, please check the event page.
Join us for a lengthening and powerful pilates class. This class focuses on awareness of the spine, proper breathing, core strength & flexibility through continuous movements. This class is designed to improve posture & increase muscular endurance, suitable for all fitness levels. Bring your own mat.
Join us for an hour of Vinyasa yoga that combines a steady flow of connected yoga postures working in continuous movement with your breath, guided by the rhythm of inhalations and exhalations, suitable for all fitness levels. Bring your own mat.
Boston Rowing Center
88 Sleeper Street, 617-443-1900
Looking for an outdoor urban adventure? Come explore the waters around Fort Point Channel and Boston’s inner harbor with the Boston Rowing Center. Expand your perspective of Boston and meet great people in a fun, safe, and vigorous activity. Our fleet of traditional wooden boats are reliable and made to be out in the open water safely and securely. Rowing is free for your first three tries, absolutely no obligations. If you decide that you love the sport, we have an annual membership of $200 and it includes a membership to the Hull Lifesaving Museum. Wear weather appropriate clothing (layers) and gloves, especially if you are worried about blisters. For more info contact Rafael at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Start your Saturdays right with a morning row, open all year round from 10:00 am to 11:30 am.
In the warmer months (April to November), celebrate the outdoors with Monday and Wednesday evening rows from 6:00 pm to 7:15 pm.
The Boston Rowing Center is located directly on the Fort Point Channel at 88 Sleeper Street, behind the Barking Crab, between the Children’s Museum and the Moakley Federal Courthouse.