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Healthy on the Hudson x Pilates

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Hudson River Park's Pier 62

Pier 62

New York, NY 10014

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Healthy on the Hudson x Pilates

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HRPK has teamed up with some of the best in fitness to bring you a dynamic lineup of Healthy on the Hudson classes this summer. Join our group runs, learn a new yoga flow, or try out HIIT classes. These free workouts are adaptable to all levels and are here to help you sweat and stay healthy!

Every Saturday, meet at Hudson River Park's Pier 62 for Healthy on the Hudson x Pilates, led by our friends at Chelsea Piers Fitness! These classes improve flexibility and build strength, while remaining low-impact. Open to all fitness levels, these classes offer weekly instruction every Saturday, June 19 - October 2.

Registration in advance is required for this event.

Check out our social feeds for schedule updates and weather cancellations.

High Intensity Interval Training

MONDAYS

Pier 26 at N Moore St.

Led by lululemon

Yoga

TUESDAYS

Pier 64 at W 24 St.

Led by lululemon

High Intensity Interval Training

WEDNESDAYS

Pier 46 at Charles St.

Led by lululemon

Run Club

THURSDAYS

Pier 40 at Houston St.

Led by lululemon

Tai Chi

FRIDAYS

Pier 84 at W 44 St.

Led by Laughing Dragon Tai Chi Chuan

Pilates

SATURDAYS

Pier 62 at W 22 St.

Led by Chelsea Piers Fitness

Healthy on the Hudson is powered by lululemon and supported by Chelsea Piers Fitness. We appreciate the support of our generous partners!

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Hudson River Park is a 550-acre park and estuarine sanctuary from Chambers Street to W. 59th Street in Manhattan. It includes four miles of waterside esplanade, 16 reconstructed public piers to date, four dedicated boat houses for sailing, rowing and paddling and numerous other places to play, learn and relax.

Connect with Hudson River Park's estuarine sanctuary to learn how this critical aquatic habitat supports many species of plants, fish and birds.

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