SocaMotion is committed to moving the Community!
Wherever we are, we try to give back and motivate members of the community to move and lead active, healthy lives.
From the inception of our company, we have tried to participate in and create programs that help us to demonstrate that commitment.
Here are some examples ~
FREE SUMMER PROGRAM - E.Y.E.S. Initiative at Medgar Evers
1150 Carroll St, Room CP-16, Medgar Evers College, Brooklyn NY
Sign up now for a summer program that will involve fun, educational workshops and afternoons of fitness including SocaMotion, Bootcamp Aerobics, dance, stepping, and more! THIS PROGRAM IS FREE and conveniently located on the secure Medgar Evers campus near the President St and Franklin Ave stations in Brooklyn. This program is designed for teens around ages 12-16 and provides supervised fun and field trips until 4:30 pm. For more information about this program that is subsidized by the Let's Move national campaign against childhood obesity championed by First Lady Michelle Obama, email us or call 347.560.9210 for details.
Sunday, 15 May, 2011 - AIDS WALK New York
Central Park, Manhattan
8:30 am to 1 pm
Our Team raised money to support research and awareness about AIDS in New York and the world. It's part of the "Other Side of Carnival"
Saturday, 17 October, 2010 - BREAST CANCER WALK
Orchard Beach, Bronx
10 am to 12 pm
SocaMotion joined the Golden Krust Making Strides Team for the
American Cancer Society walk for breast cancer awareness
in the Bronx
Saturday, 30 October, 2010 - HALLOWEEN BOOTCAMP
204 Parkside Ave, Brooklyn NY 11226
12 noon to 4 pm
SocaMotion hosted a family-friendly bootcamp that showcased 4 SocaMotion workouts. Face-painting was provided for the kids and free massages were provided for adults in attendance.
March, 2011 to May 2011 - E.Y.E.S. Initiative at Medgar Evers
Medgar Evers College, Brooklyn NY
Twice weekly classes
SocaMotion instructors will lead fun workout sessions with school-age children between the ages of 13 and 16 to help encourage them to develop active lifestyle habits. Nutritionist partner, Jeanine Andre-Burns will also lead weekly workshops to educate the students and their college-level mentors about healthy eating choices. This initiative is part of a research program lead by Medgar Evers College that has been funded by the Let's Move national campaign against childhood obesity.