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Our Clinically-trained Experts Are Here to Help You Resume Your Fitness Routine Safely
Exercise doesn’t only improve your overall health. It also helps you feel better when recovering from childbirth, injury, or when managing a chronic disease—especially when you work As One with an expert to meet your goals.
South Shore Health’s clinically-trained exercise therapists provide expertise with a personal approach. Our exercise classes are developed to help you build strength, flexibility, and endurance.
Classes at the Center for Physical Wellness are back after the COVID-19 shutdown.
South Shore Health’s exercise therapists are taking the extra time to make sure we can welcome you back safely with more rigorous cleaning and appropriate social distancing protocols.
Here are the steps we've taken to keep you safe at the Center for Physical Wellness:
- South Shore Health staff are required to wear a mask
- Equipment is properly spaced to maintain social distancing
- Participants will be screened by staff before every class
- Participants will sanitize hands when entering the Center
- Participants are required to wear a mask during class
Please call 781-624-4367 to speak to our team about which class is best for you!
Classes cost $60 per month for 1-hour classes that meet twice a week.
Personal training is also available
Not ready to exercise in a group? We also offer training for individuals (or get some friends together to form your own small group) so you can take advantage of the clinical expertise of an exercise therapist to achieve your personal goals and improve your overall health. Personal training costs $45 per hour-long session.
Please call 781-624-4367 for more information on our personal training.
Gift certificates are available.
Our classes help patients with these chronic conditions:
- Neurological conditions, such as Parkinson's Disease
- Balance issues
- Flexibility issues
- Cardiovascular issues
We also offer programs for patients recovering from acute issues:
- Stroke recovery
- Muscular weakness
- Post-total joint replacement
- Beginner exercise
- Pre- and post-natal mothers
Important forms for community exercise participants