Dover Squash & Fitness and DanceFIT Team Up

DanceFIT will open its second location in Natick in December.

By | Hub Health |
Studio exterior

Exterior of Dover Squash & Fitness. All photos provided.

DanceFIT Studio, the popular Brookline-based dance and fitness studio, is opening a second location in Natick. The studio will be partnering with Dover Squash & Fitness, and will open December 1st. The new studio will offer children’s ballet classes, dance inspired yoga, Pilates, Zumba, and the studio’s signature barre inspired balletFIT.

Squash courts

Squash courts interior.

DanceFIT’s founder Gina Fay, who has studied and performed under many of the world’s top dancers and teachers, earned the prestigious “Certificat de Stage” award from the famed France academy L’Ecole de Superiere de Rosella Hightower. She also served as the Assistant Director of Education for The Washington Ballet’s Outreach Program, and taught more than 400 students per week. Gina’s journey exposed her to the many different methodologies, teaching techniques, and varying studio environments that are now prevalent in the dance and fitness industry, which she says allows her to optimize her fitness program.

“Teaching ballet and fitness is my passion,” Fay says. “I am so happy to expand to Dover Squash & Fitness where I will be able to help even more people reach fitness goals they didn’t even know were possible.”

studio space

The new studio space will be revamped.

The CEO of Dover Squash & Fitness, Mahmud Jafri, says that he is excited to bring DanceFIT into the facility. “We are excited to welcome Gina into our family,” he says. “We are so impressed with the comprehensive programs DanceFIT Studio offers and we can’t wait to share them with our customers.”

The new studio will be called, “DanceFIT Studio of Natick” and will run a few promotional classes throughout November before officially opening on December 1st with an adult fitness schedule, which will lead up to the grand opening weekend December 7th and 8th. There will also be promotional classes for the children’s program that will run throughout December before officially launching in January.