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Inn at St. Botolph
99 Saint Botolph St, Boston, MA 02116
Situated in a former private residence, the Inn at St. Botolph offers intimacy in addition to the usual hotelMore accommodations. Although there are only five rooms in the entire hotel, each room is a luxurious suite. There is a gym on premise, and reservations can be made online through the inn's Web site.
Equinox Fitness - Back Bay
131 Dartmouth St, Boston, MA 02116
With locations in Back Bay and Franklin Street, Equinox Fitness is a gym that specializes in personal training, groupMore fitness and yoga instruction. Personal training services focus on the client's wellness and personal fitness goals. The gym's personal training program consists of three cycles: strength and conditioning, balance and coordination and advanced training. Active metabolic training assessments are offered for clients interested in losing and/or maintaining weight. All trainers are required to complete 150 hours of in-house education. Fitness programs for groups and individuals include cardio, pilates, conditioning, studio cycling, martial arts, boxing, pool programs, conscious movement and VIPR. Yoga courses offered include Ashtanga, Gentle, Anusara, Powerflow, Hatha and Iyengar. The location has a spa in the premises that offers body treatments, facials, massage and laser hair removal. This location validates parking.
Reebok Cross Fit Back Bay
31 St James Ave, Boston, MA 02116
Reebok Crossfit Back Bay is a gym and exercise facility located on St. James Avenue in Back Bay. The location offers aMore wide range of services and programs, specializing in weight loss and fitness training for all ages. Some services include small group training, personal training, nutritional counseling and more. Membership options and pricing includes multiple week sessions, unlimited sessions, monthly packages, multiple class options and drop in rates.
Healthworks Fitness Centers
441 Stuart St, Boston, MA 02116

The Back Bay location is one of several Healthworks Fitness Centers in the city of Boston.  Healthworks offers aMore broad range of programs that reflect a "total" approach to physical health -- for instance, an outdoor weight-loss "boot camp," classes geared toward pregnant women, motivating lectures, Pilates, and much more.  Amenities include a cafe, a Jacuzzi, and several steam rooms.  Patrons are given complimentary towels as well as access to television and movies in certain parts of the gym (to enjoy as they exercise on the machines). Personal trainers are available to individuals and groups. Child care is provided for patrons with young children.

 

University Club
426 Stuart St, Boston, MA 02116
The University Club is Boston's paramount social and athletic club. Qualifications for membership include the possessionMore of a college degree and a recommendation by a current member. It offers diverse luxuries to its members in a private, catered and formal setting, including squash courts, a swimming pool, a steam-room, a sauna and top-of-the-line televisions in a comfortable, lounge-type setting. There is also a tap room, private dining rooms, a fully stocked gym (with cardiovascular and strength-training machines) and personal trainers.  The club has a strict dress code outside of the athletic facilities, sneakers and denim are banned.
Core De Vie
14 Beacon St, Boston, MA 02108
Core De Vie is a complete wellness center, with a gym in the back and a wealth of merchandise in the front. It isMore staffed by friendly, extremely health-conscious hippies, who traverse the line between shopkeeper and aesthetician, therapist and coach. Everyone who works here is united by their commitment to "holistic living," or "treating the mind-body-soul connection." To this end, they avoid processed foods and seek to "get the most out of their calories." Services include acupuncture, massage, facials, pilates, gyrotonic, yoga, holistic health counseling, waxing and sugaring, gyrokinesis, dance and much more. If you seek an integrated health regimen with expert guidance, look no further.
Kingsley Montessori School
26 Exeter St, Boston, MA 02116

Backed by a philosophy that teaches children to learn how to learn, teachers at Kingsley Montessori School useMore real-life experiences and hands-on programs to foster skills such as time management, conflict resolution and self-direction. Integrity, responsibility, respect and community leadership are also core values, and designed to prepare students to become independent, compassionate and engaged in their community.

Students come from many different backgrounds, ethnicities and neighborhoods around Boston, and teachers encourage individuality, self-esteem and imagination and achievements.

They learn from the community around them, including research at the Boston Public Library, Boston Museum of Fine Arts, MIT and the Museum of Science. They take gym classes at Boston University, and regularly step outside the classroom. Students may have an art class on the Commonwealth Avenue Mall, or walk through the historic Back Bay neighborhood and point out geometric shapes.

The curriculum includes language arts, literature, math, science and science labs, history and geography, technology, visual arts, physical education and Spanish