LEAP Overview

What is LEAP?
The Lifelong Exercise and Activities Program (LEAP) was founded in 1988 and designed to provide non-credit instructional classes, workshops, field trips and recreational activities to the Simmons and Colleges of the Fenway community. The program mission is to provide the opportunities and education needed for students, faculty, staff and alumnae to develop lifestyles of physical fitness and health.

LEAP offers a range of classes including traditional study of Yoga, emerging fitness disciplines, Spinning and dance options. LEAP has partnered this year with the Aquatics programming at Simmons to offer Masters Swimming, Children’s swimming lessons, as well as private instruction.

LEAP is open to Simmons College undergraduate, graduate, alumnae, faculty and staff members; Colleges of the Fenway members; Holmes Sports and Fitness Center members and the general public. Guests are permitted on a space-available basis only.

LEAP classes are free for all Simmons undergraduate and graduate students. A fee for classes does apply for Simmons faculty and staff members as well as sports center members, Colleges of the Fenway members and guests. 


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