Get Fit for Free at the Riverfront this Summer

Riverfront Recapture Weekly Fitness Programs
June-August 2022

Fresh air and free fitness

Yoga Sculpt | Mondays 6 p.m.
Mortensen Riverfront Plaza

Get your heart pumping and your blood flowing with Vinyasa-style yoga with light cardio and light weights to tone and strengthen.

WIP Into Shape | Tuesdays 6 p.m.
Mortensen Riverfront Plaza

This feel-good, boot camp-style workout is designed to strengthen and tone using resistance bands, body weight, and the plaza itself. This class is accessible to all levels. Bring water (definitely), and a yoga mat (optional).

Yoga Flow on the River | Wednesdays 6 p.m.
Mortensen Riverfront Plaza

Stretch and strengthen your body and mind in this class designed to link movement with breath, allowing you to unwind and connect. This class is a Vinyasa-style flow of yoga postures suitable for any level of yoga experience. Please bring water and a yoga mat.

Moves & Grooves | Wednesdays 6 p.m.
Riverside Park

Dive into exploring individual movement expression through guided improvisation, technique, conditioning, and choreography with the Hartford Dance Collective.

RiverZumba | Thursdays 6 p.m.
Mortensen Riverfront Plaza

Dance, dance, dance the day away in this one hour heart pumping workout led by instructors from Hartford Sweat.

Qi Gong | Fridays 6 p.m.
Riverside Park

Qi Gong combines gentle stretching, energy-activating exercises, and simple flowing movements for strength for a complete workout of the body and the mind.

Intro to Dance | Saturdays 9 a.m.
Great River Park

This introductory workshop from the Hartford Dance Collective is designed for adults who have a passion and desire to learn dance but have no prior dance experience.

Tai Chi | Saturdays 10:30 a.m.
Riverside Park

Looking for a gentler, more relaxing, spiritually fulfilling form of exercise? Our free tai-chi classes, taught by Master Malee Khow will help to stretch and strengthen the mind and body in a serene environment through a beautiful series of easy-to-learn movements combined with breathing and self-acupressure.

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