For the past 15 years, owner and founder of The Yoga Studio Cathy Mann—a veteran yogi with two decades of experience—and her team of 10+ instructors have supported their client’s life quests with Hatha-yoga classes and wellness therapies. Seven days a week, students of all levels can attend a 60- to 75-minute yoga session which can accommodate those with injuries, chronic pains, and headaches. Each class—from flow yoga to gentle yoga for beginners—is designed to help reduce stress as the body receives a deep stretch and the muscles become stronger and leaner.
Along with teaching yoga classes, owner Cathy and instructor Jana—who both have 15+ years experience in the holistic healing field—also help clients restore and rejuvenate their energy levels with a variety of healing art therapies including Thai bodywork, acupuncture, and workshops on nutrition and spiritual teachings.
In 1958, Ryan Family Amusements founder James A. Ryan opened a simple, eight-lane bowling alley, planting the foundation for a slew of entertainment centers throughout Massachusetts and Rhode Island. At 10 locations, visitors enjoy a variety of arcade and skill games in addition to traditional candlepin, tenpin, or duckpin bowling. Every Friday and Saturday evening from 9 p.m. until midnight, bowling lanes take on an incandescent glow, allowing bowlers to experience futuristic entertainment without the inconvenience of rising jetpack-fuel prices. Bumper bowling is available for younger players, and an onsite concession stand refreshes responsible adults with glasses of beer and wine.
You can only use your tickets on Thursday, December 3, or Friday, December 4. These dates will be less crowded, making them ideal for families with little ones, or hardcore enthusiasts who prefer dog watching to people watching. The show starts at 8 a.m. with the Best of Breed and concludes somewhere between 4 p.m. and 6 p.m. (depending on the number of dogs shown) with the Best in Show. Every day is its own championship, meaning you don’t need to be there for the entire weekend to catch the final winners, as each day stands on its own four legs. Additional activities, such as shopping for holiday dogs and watching backstage grooming, add human interest.
Welcome to the Baba Siri Chand Yoga Center, home to Kundalini Yoga in the New England region. We are located 40 minutes southwest of Boston at Guru Ram Das Ashram in Millis, MA. Experience Kundalini Yoga's powerful techniques to improve your mental, physical, and spiritual health. Learn about the power of your own breath wh
Fitness Advantage is a private and functional gym that specializes in helping clients burn fat, lose weight, and build lean muscle through intense small-group fitness classes and personal-training sessions. With help from dedicated trainers who want members to gain strength, confidence, and a smaller waistline, clients learn the exercises and nutritional habits they need to adopt to succeed in their fitness goals.
In his first design for 5 Wits, Mathew DuPlessie channeled the fedora-wearing, whip-cracking swagger of Indiana Jones. Called Tomb, this interactive entertainment experience threw its participants into ancient Egypt to solve riddles and clues from a supernatural pharaoh. Since then, DuPlessie, a graduate of MIT and Harvard Business School, has opened up two new adventures that combine the immersive special effects of a Hollywood movie with the interactive role-play of a video game. "It's hands-on entertainment," the former designer for Disney World and Universal Studios told the Patriot Ledger, "that forces people to get off their rear end."
Thus far, all of his adventures have worked to immerse the mind and the senses—the Shakespearean origins of the company's name. Taken from Much Ado About Nothing, "five wits" refers to the Bard's nod to memory, imagination, fantasy, common sense, and estimation. Though the scenarios are meant to thrill and challenge players, none are meant to frighten, nor are they designed to be beyond the reach of those with average physical ability and psychic powers.