Wellness Around Boston: Trillfit Brunch and Burn
We are excited to launch our newest series Wellness Around Boston. We will be featuring local fitness studios, classes, and wellness experiences that you shouldn’t miss!
To kick it off, we attended Trillfit’s 3rd Annual Brunch and Burn on January 4, 2020, at the W Hotel. If you haven’t heard of Trillfit, twerk on over and check out their website. Trillfit is the only black woman-owned boutique fitness studio in Boston. Located in Mission Hill, the studio describes itself as the place where “hip-hop and wellness meet.” Their workouts range from boot camps and cardio dance to kickboxing and short classes to work specific parts of your body (we’re talking a** and abs).
As we entered the mezzanine floor, we were greeted by a beautiful affirmation tree courtesy of MindBody and a group of friendly staff members who ushered us into the workout room. There were also two activations, including a “Scent Your Own Body Butter” from Organic Bath Co. and a recovery area powered by BDYSQD.
After the workouts, we enjoyed a surprise Live Vogue performance by The House of Escada and London Fleur De Lis, who were doing the MOST. After that, attendees enjoyed a delicious brunch, including mimosas.
Trillfit prides itself on small class sizes (for room to twerk) as well as inclusiveness across all levels of experience and backgrounds. As first-time trillfitters, we felt right at home with a welcoming crowd and upbeat instructors.
Brunch and Burn kicked off with a sculpt class followed by a dance cardio class. For the first class, TRILLFIT Founder Heather White led over 60 women through an intense sculpt class featuring full songs of squats, planks galore, and high energy. Head instructor Melisa Valdez ran the dance cardio class, filled with twerking, jumping jacks, and lots of group high-fives.
Our first Trillfit experience was fun and challenging, and we can’t wait to try out one of their classes at their Roxbury Studio!