As much as the equipment and space matters, we get that a big part of delivering on “Fitness is Personal” is how well tuned our staff is to member needs. That’s why we work especially hard to recruit the best of the best; staff and trainers who are truly passionate about fitness and ready to “go to the mat” in order to help you achieve your goals. We encourage you to come meet the team and get their perspective on what it means to be a part of the BodyScapes community.
Alyssa is a native of Brighton, MA. She comes to Bodyscapes with a strong customer service and computer science background. An avid health and fitness enthusiast, she enjoys running, swimming, biking, working out, and cooking vegetarian meals. In the evening she loves going to concerts and spending time with friends. Music has always been an important part of her life. In her downtime she reads, does puzzles, volunteers at a cat shelter, and — most importantly — plays with her own cat, a Maine Coon mix named Lily.
After overcoming a serious ankle injury, and more than four years with Bodyscapes, Alyssa was motivated to become an Indoor Cycling instructor in July of 2019. Come ride with her every Monday night at 6:30 PM!
Fitness Philosophy: “Cycling, Pilates, HIIT, and Tabata style Boot Camp classes as well as personal training are favorites. However, it’s most important that folks keep moving as much as possible, stay active, and maintain a healthy diet!”
Customer Service Representative
Gabe was born in Texas. He moved to Philadelphia at the age of five, but eventually moved back to Texas to play baseball year-round. Baseball is a passion for him and he has played it his whole life. He moved to Boston five years ago to attend Boston College, from where he recently graduated with a dual degree in Biology and Computer Science. He plans to return to medical school to study oncology. In his free time, he enjoys playing sports, listening to music, and hanging out with friends. His favorite foods are tacos and pizza, and he would love to travel to Italy and New Zealand someday.
Fitness Philosophy: “Work out to function. Lifting weights isn’t just about looking good on the beach. Weight lifting provides health benefits beyond measure, and makes one stronger as well.”