At Healthworks Group, we remain committed to inclusivity, anti-racism and education at all of our clubs. As we celebrate Black History Month, we invite you to join us as we move, support, learn and amplify Black voices and the power of Black women.
HWX x Black History Month Community Fitness Classes
Celebrate with movement to the music of Black artists and our inspiring group fitness instructors. These specialty classes are open to our community (free for members and guests) as we set intentions, own our power, and come together as a community of women of color and allies. Classes include ACHIEVE (cycle) at Healthworks Cambridge with Joy Mikhail, 305 Fitness (dance cardio) at Healthworks Back Bay with Avana Epperson Temple and Zumba (dance) at Healthworks Coolidge Corner with Natasha Corbin.
To see the full schedule and reserve your spot, please click here.
Healthworks members, we ask that you reserve your spot online or in the app, and allow us to keep our Eventbrite spots for guests.
Spotlighting Black, Woman-Owned Businesses
Please join us as we welcome Black, woman-owned businesses to our clubs all month long. Below are some of the local makers you can expect, and if you are a business and would like to join us, or have one to recommend, please email [email protected].
- Naje Caidor of Naturel Juicing
- Barbara Thomas of Artifact Soapworks
- Funmi Ola of LayoStore
- Takeesha Joseph of The Curative Beauty
- Annika Cox of Annika Decor
- Tamia and Paloma of High Tarot Vibrations
Watch, Listen and Read
Learning is power, and at Healthworks, we have an anti-racism book club that meets once a month. Below you’ll find a list of recent and upcoming books, podcasts and films we’ve discussed, which we cannot recommend enough.
- Assata: An Autobiography
- Good Hair
- LA 92
- New York Times – Nice White Parents
- Nigger: The Strange Career of a Troublesome Word
- The Death and Life of Marsha P. Johnson
- The Vanishing Half
For last years’ list of readings and resources, click here.