By Mabel Pais

Do you want to check out some FREE health and wellness classes and workshops?

Then head to the JCC Manhattan’s (MMJCCM) OPEN HOUSE for HEALTH & WELLNESS, a free hybrid event at the Davidson Fishberg Center on Sunday, September 18, 10 am-4 pm at 334 Amsterdam Avenue at 76th Street and on Zoom.

Exercise class (Photo: Courtesy JCC.) 

The annual Open House to the public will feature in-person and virtual samplings of JCC Health Club classes and workshops. The JCC will open its doors to current and prospective members to tour the 14-story building, sample fitness and wellness classes, and meet the JCC team. Highlights of the Open House line-up include sample workout classes on yoga, self-defense, Feldenkrais®, Nia Jam, Latin dance fitness, and more; conversations and lecture topics on personal development with Karen Salmansohn, nutrition, career coaching, and more. The Open House will conclude with a book signing event with positive psychology authors Scott Barry Kaufman and Dr. Jordyn Feingold.

“We are thrilled to welcome our community back to the JCC for this special annual event,” said Melissa Donovan, Chief Operating Officer, Health & Wellness of MMJCCM. “Now more than ever, it’s vital for people to be connected to vibrant, informed, motivating programs and resources while on their wellness journey. During the Open House, we’re excited to share a sampling of the incredible classes and expertise that you can expect from the JCC year-round.” The Fall Fitness + Wellness Open House is free and open to the public. Discounts on JCC Health Club and Pool memberships will be offered for prospective members during the event. Pre-registration for the Open House is strongly recommended, with walk-ins welcome. For more information and to register, visit mmjccm.org/open house.


Since its inception, the JCC has been committed to serving the community by offering programs, classes, and events that extend beyond neighborhood boundaries, reaching people at all stages of their lives. Learn more at mmjccm.org

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