Join Brooke Shields and Ali Wentworth for a special Isaac Boots Torch’d fitness class benefitting the East End Fund for Children. The class will take place on Saturday, August 7, at 10 AM at the Children’s Museum of the East End’s Outdoor Amphitheater.
“I grew up on food stamps. I understand how it feels to be a kid and feel a sense of helplessness,” Isaac Boots shared. “All the blessings I have mean nothing if I forget the little boy I once was. If there is anything I can do to make a difference in someone’s life, it’s my responsibility to honor that.”
Boots’s Torch’d method is a vigorous flow of body resistance, dance conditioning, and intense targeted repetition to fire up and transform your body.
“Anyone who been lucky enough to participate in one of Isaac’s Torch’d classes this summer knows they’re incredibly fun and a great workout,” said Steve Long, president of the Children’s Museum of the East End. “We’re grateful to Isaac and his team for supporting the work of the Fund.”
One hundred precent of proceeds will benefit seven local charities in the East End Fund for Children, including the Bridgehampton Child Care & Recreational Center, CMEE, Eleanor Whitmore Early Childhood Center, i-tri, Project MOST, The Retreat, and Southampton Youth Association.
Tickets are $250 and can be purchased here.