Snow Day Policy

If there is snow on the ground, but it is not snowing, class will most likely be on.

If there is snow on the ground and it is snowing, class will most likely be canceled.

If school is canceled and class is on, you are welcome to bring your child to the 9am class, so long as your child can remain calm on the stage.
Your safety is a priority to me, so if you don’t feel safe, don’t travel.

BUT, if you’re gut tells you, you can travel, then suck it up and get your butt over here. Remember one of the reasons you’re taking this class is to get in better shape and self discipline will help you get there. You want to be a little tougher. You want to do things that other people can’t. You want to feel younger, leaner and stronger. It’s empowering.

On potential snow days, I’ll set my alarm for 3:30am (some of your peers travel from west of 128 to be here) and to check outside and send you an e-mail. If shoveling is needed we’ll have enough time.

You can check your e-mail or you can call 617.268.6232 to get the most current snow update.

Consider time for the following:

  • packing equipment, change of clothes & meals
  • putting on your snow boots, gloves, hat, etc..
  • shoveling out driveway, car, scraping windshields
  • driving slow like you’re a senior in the south to make sure you arrive safely
  • unloading, changing footware and getting on the floor for 6am sharp.

For 9am classes if schools are canceled, main roads are plowed, class will most likely be on. You are welcome to bring your children as long as they can be calm on the stage.

For 6:30pm classes, if there is a snow emergency and everyone is leaving work early (roads are packed with cars) class will be canceled.