The Marilyn P. Kasputys Branch of The Micheli Center
for Sports Injury Prevention

The Marilyn P. Kasputys Branch of The Micheli Center for Sports Injury Prevention is a new location at The Skating Club of Boston’s new training facility in Norwood, for The Micheli Center’s ground-breaking approach to injury prevention in athletes of every age. Founded by world-renowned sports orthopedic specialist and the Director of Sports Medicine at Boston Children’s Hospital, Dr. Lyle Micheli, the center applies decades of research, data and experience across a wide variety of sports to help today’s athletes avoid injuries in the first place. In addition to providing prescriptive evaluations and practical strength-and-conditioning plans to help prevent injuries, the center’s trainers also offer group and private instruction in over 4,000 square feet of space to train Club skaters with all of their off-ice strength and conditioning requirements. In addition, the center’s space includes examination and treatment rooms, offices for sports psychology and nutrition, on-site physical therapy, and an x-ray imaging room for any immediate examination requirements.

The center also includes a 1,600-square foot dedicated dance space with a sprung floor, ballet bars and mirrors for a variety of off-ice dance, choreography and jump classes. Also within the center, the Club operates a high-altitude training room – the only such training room in the area – and the Club’s jump spinner.

Programs and Offerings

During the summer season, The Micheli Center is switching to a weekly schedule for its group classes. To view the weekly class schedule as well as the class pricing information, please refer to the schedule(s) includes below.

Weekly Schedule: September 26th

Weekly Schedule: October 3rd

Please note that pre-registration is required for both the group classes and the private training sessions. Payments are made directly with The Micheli Center. To book classes or make inquires, please contact The Micheli Center at 781-216-0070 or by emailing, info@themichelicenter.com.

Members can now register to use the fitness center at The Micheli Center! Due to COVID-19 policies, please note that:

  • Members must sign both a participation agreement and physical activity readiness questionnaire with The Micheli Center before using The Micheli Center’s gym and services.

  • Members will be safety screened by The Micheli Center staff before using the space.

  • Any and all use of The Micheli Center (including sole use of equipment) must be scheduled in advance by calling (781) 216-0070. Use may be restricted at times due to COVID-19 regulations.

  • Individuals 13 to 15 years old may use The Micheli Center facility on their own for warm-up, stretching and use of the cardio equipment only.

  • Individuals 16 years and older can use all equipment on their own. Those who are 16 and 17 years old must schedule a complimentary equipment walkthrough (30 minutes) before their first use of the space.

  • Gym membership use is restricted to 45 minutes.

To register to use the fitness center, please click on the button below.

Webinar Series: The Science Behind the Skater

The Micheli Center for Sports Injury Prevention and The Skating Club of Boston’s Junior Activities Committee teamed up to host a series of skater-focused webinars highlighting different areas of sports medicine and mental health. Take a look back and watch the webinar recordings below to learn about sports medicine, injury prevention, mental skills and fueling for success.

Week 1

Week 2

Week 3

Week 4

Marilyn P. Kasputys

With a generous donation by longtime Club member, Dr. Joseph Kasputys, the Center’s new Club location has been named after Dr. Kasputy’s late wife, Marilyn P. Kasputys. Dr. and Marilyn Kasputys were longtime participants and fans of the sport, and skated together in pairs and dance at locations around the world. Their passion and dedication for figure skating was limitless, and will continue for years to come through the establishment of this new sports injury and strength training center at the Club.