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Bring Coach BJ Back to OTF Park Slope!

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As paying members of Orangetheory Park Slope, we want to see Coach BJ on the schedule again! Please reinstate her to Monday's 7 PM class or give her another spot on the schedule.

@MEMBERS: When signing, please feel free to include a short note about Coach BJ's impact on you! Please feel free to include information about your membership as well (i.e., if you are a Founding Member or Premier Member).

Recently, Coach BJ was removed from her Monday evening 7 PM slot at Orangetheory Park Slope. This is upsetting and disappointing for so many of us who love BJ and her classes.

Coach BJ is one of the most popular coaches at Orangetheory Park Slope, and for good reason. In every single class she coaches, she brings her passion for fitness, attention to form, and a magnetic energy that pushes us all to lift more, row harder, and run faster - all while having a blast. Most importantly, it's clear that she's invested in our growth as members. She takes the time to learn about our goals, both in and out of the studio, and is always willing to help us reach the "next level," whether we're running the New York Marathon or just working on our rowing form.

There are rarely coaches who are so exceptional that your members will rearrange their schedules just to take their class, but Coach BJ is one of those. Her class is consistently full, and it would be a disservice to your Park Slope members (many who have been Founding or Premier members from the start) to remove her entirely from the schedule. This change also was not communicated to anyone signed up for her class beforehand, and those who attended class on December 4th were surprised to learn upon arrival that she would not be there. 

Please bring her back to her Monday 7 PM timeslot or another class on the Park Slope schedule! 

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