On Boylston Street, Back Bay Yoga is a 5,000-square-foot yoga studio offering guests fun and challenging classes…More taught by dedicated teachers. Beginners and experts alike are welcomed to take off their shoes, de-stress and practice several styles of yoga or take yoga-influenced classes.
Back Bay Yoga offers newcomers 14 days of yoga for only $25. No mat? Don't worry. You can rent or buy one at the studio. Community classes are offered for only $5 and all classes offered at Back Bay Yoga are drop-in, no registration required.
Lululemon Athletica 776 Boylston St, Boston, MA02199 Lululemon Athletica offers apparel and accessories for athletic pursuits, specializing in yoga, aerobics, running and…More dancing. Available products include T-shirts, tank tops, shorts, hoodies, sweat pants, sports bras, headwear, accessories for cold weather and yoga mats. Established in Vancouver, British Columbia in 1998 as a boutique sharing space with a Yoga studio, Lululemon has since grown into an international chain. This Prudential Center location sells products for both men and women and routinely organizes events and classes.
Exhale 28 Arlington St, Boston, MA02116 Exhale's name is exquisitely descriptive: given the incessant stresses we're all subjected to, don't we all deserve a…More chance to breathe? More than a spa, Exhale offers clients a full range of relaxation options including yoga and core conditioning classes, acupuncture and more in a spacious building adjacent to the public garden.
Athleta sells a wide selection of women's apparel with a focus on sportiness and active lifestyles, as well as some…More dressier items. Swimwear, footwear and bras are also available, as is online shopping.
The Boston store also hosts various activities and events each month, including yoga classes and talks with athletes and health professionals.
Lululemon Athletica Newbury 337 Newbury St, Boston, MA02115 Lululemon Athletica is a worldwide sporting goods company with a store location in Boston. The company offers a wide…More range of athletic gear and clothing, including yoga clothing, running gear, workout products and jackets. Some options include pants, socks, sports bras, shorts, accessories, hoodies, skirts and headgear. The company also offers gift cards.
Equinox Fitness - Back Bay 131 Dartmouth St, Boston, MA02116 With locations in Back Bay and Franklin Street, Equinox Fitness is a gym that specializes in personal training, group…More 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.
Boston Common Frog Pond 84 Beacon St, Boston, MA02108 The Frog Pond is a public recreational space for individuals throughout the Boston area. This establishment offers…More various seasonal activities, such as a reflecting pool, spray pool, morning yoga and the carousel in the spring and summer, and ice skating during the winter. The pond is located at the heart of Boston Common, the oldest public park in the country, and easily accessible by public transportation on the Green Line, Red Line at Park Street and the Silver Line at the Boylston Street station.
OMBE Integrative Health Center 551 Boylston Street, 4th Floor, Boston, MA02116 OMBE Integrative Health Center is an eco-friendly health center that offers a wide variety of health services to…More promote physical and mental wellness. This includes acupuncture, chiropractic care, massage therapy, Pilates, yoga, personal training, nutritional counseling, naturopathy, and life coaching. The Eco-Beauty Bar at the center sells organic, chemical-free, and locally-made fitness and skincare products. It also hosts a variety of private and public events throughout the year.
The Movement Center 38 Newbury St, Boston, MA02116 The Movement Center of Boston specializes in Pilates and Gyrotonic. It offers both private and small group sessions.…More Master Trainer Kathy Van Patten founded The Movement Center of Boston, formerly known as Boston BodyWorks Studios, as the "first Boston Gyrotonic studio in New England." It teaches the classical form of Pilates, which is systematic and integrative, called the Power Pilates Method and also teaches Gyrotonic, which is a combination of yoga, dance, gymnastics, swimming and Tai Chi. There is a monthly pass of unlimited classes for $159, or you can take and pay for individual classes.
Core De Vie 14 Beacon St, Boston, MA02108 Core De Vie is a complete wellness center, with a gym in the back and a wealth of merchandise in the front. It is…More 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.
Boston Sports Clubs is part of the My Sports Clubs chain that serves the northeast and mid-Atlantic regions. There…More are several Boston Sports Clubs in the Boston area. This one is located near the Massachusetts Avenue end of Newbury Street, right next to Capital Grille.
The club has equipment for every purpose, including muscle strength, weight loss, fitness, sports training and more. The club also has a pool. You can sign up with a personal trainer or take group classes. Yoga, Pilates, strength conditioning, swim and spin classes are regularly on the schedule.
If you're not sure you want to join a club, you can try the 30-Days-For-30-Dollars trial offer to see if the facility is right for you.
The Hale House provides independent living with 24-hour nursing care to seniors, regardless of their ability to pay.…More The nonprofit is designed for elderly men and women in Boston who can live independently but may need assistance with necessities like meals, laundry, cleaning and medical aid.
In addition to residential care, Hale House offers a wide range of social activities, from exercise programs and poetry clubs to jewelry making. Residents can take day trips around Back Bay to sit in the Boston Common, or walk along Newbury Street or the Commonwealth Avenue Mall. Hale House also sponsors monthly field trips to museums, theaters and restaurants around the city.
Non-residents can join the Back Bay Club and connect with other seniors through gardening, yoga, bowling, pool, ping pong, game nights and other social activities.