Course materials are included in the price for the jewelry-making class, but an additional $10 material fee applies to all other art classes. Monday, Tuesday, Thursday, and Friday classes are valued at $20 per class, and Wednesday courses are valued at $30 per class. Some courses span six weeks, and only the 10-class option may be used for these.
The flexibility mavens at the Ananda Center tone muscles and tune minds, bringing bodies and souls into harmonious alignment. Bend, stretch, dance, or meditate in an array of yoga and fitness classes designed to limber up limbs while fostering overall health and well-being. Form & Flow Yoga challenges students to hold poses for long stretches, and Gentle Yoga coddles fitness seekers who have recently undergone surgery, given birth, or lost a twisting competition with a pretzel. Patrons strengthen cores in the traditional low-impact Pilates course, or invite the rest of the muscular structure to the party in Fitlates. After calming minds in Meditation, set your body in motion with high-energy, calorie-burning classes such as Zumba, Sun/Fire Cardio Sculpt, Cardio-Kickbox MMA, and Extreme Mahjong. Check the schedule for class times and details.
From their kitchen stations on the second story of the Bay State Hotel, the chefs at Mulino's Restaurant plate up hearty portions of sophisticated Italian cuisine. Piled-high plates showcase tender linguine, spaghetti, and fettuccine clinging to gorgonzola cream sauce, italian sausages, veggies, and julienned strips of chicken. The aromas of wine-coated salmon and grilled beef tenderloin also fight for the attention of diners who are taking their time with their wine, served by the glass, bottle, or through a penne noodle. Desserts such as crème brûlée and tiramisu sweetly seal the meal.