It Feels Good, You're Going to Look Great, and You’re Going to be so Comfortable Working Out With Your Tribe
One membership includes all you need to take care of the changes in your body. All of the programs and classes were carefully designed by a team of experts (all over 40) with years of industry experience to meet the unique needs of your body.
Don't be Afraid to Start, be Afraid not to...
Moving your body is crucial for your physical and mental health, especially after 40.
Our Beginners Program will guide you on how to start your journey in a safe and fun way. You will be excited to start moving your body, enjoy seeing results, and sharing them with your new tribe of like-minded women.
Backed by Professionals
Dr. Alyssa Hariprashad
Dr. Alyssa Hariprashad is a dedicated healthcare practitioner who believes in the promotion of preventative care in rehabilitative medicine. Alyssa began her career by earning a Bachelor of Science in Exercise Science from the University at Buffalo and a Doctorate of Physical Therapy from New York Institute of Technology. She applies an evidence-based and holistic approach to wellness, with a focus on interventions that meet the changing needs of her patients and help prevent future injuries. She is the creator of "The Pelvic Floor Playbook" which is a blog / Instagram page which advocates for all people who want their stories and voices to be heard.
Every Olympic athlete who works out daily knows the importance of stretching before and after a workout, whereas most of us who also work out daily tend to skip the stretching part.
There's no better way to learn how to stretch safely and effectively than with an Olympian,
We are so thrilled to welcome US Champion and two-time Pan American Champion in Rhythmic Gymnastics Olga Karmansky to Ola Ka Ola
Shirit Kamil-Rosenberg is a certified clinical exercise physiologist and has a doctorate is in exercise physiology. She received her doctorate from Columbia University Teachers College in New York City. Her expertise is working with people with chronic disease (diabetes, heart disease, stroke, etc.) and the benefits of physical activity and a healthy lifestyle.