The country’s longest riverfront park serves as a beautiful backdrop for our new summer partnership: a three-month series of free fitness classes. We’re excited to offer this free fitness opportunity with the Hudson River Park. Our hope is that our parks and special partnerships help play a role in planning safe summer activities in the city.
The virtual classes will feature some of top instructors and trainers, and participants of all fitness levels may join the series. It provides as a healthy way to remain active while maintaining social distance.
The series also is an opportunity for us at Weill Cornell Medicine to get to know our neighbors—from the Upper West Side to Lower Manhattan—as we expand medical and Obstetrics and Gynecology services and welcome additional physicians this fall.
“In addition to our multiple existing locations, we’ll be unveiling our renovated space at Lower Manhattan in December, and our new, state-of-the-art location on the Upper West Side in January 2021,” Curtis St. Surin, chief administrative officer of obstetrics and gynecology at Weill Cornell Medicine. “We welcome women in all stages of life—adolescents, those ready to become mothers, and women experiencing menopause—to our practice. We offer complete, compassionate, and comprehensive obstetric and gynecologic care.”
If you plan to enjoy the classes in a park or other public location, please wear a face covering and maintain a social distance of six feet between you and others. Gatherings are not permitted.