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  • Healing in Harmony Wellness Center
    After walking through the front door to Healing in Harmony Wellness Center, the delicate fragrance of essential oils is the first thing that welcomes a visitor in, followed by earth-tone walls and friendly healers. Each member of the team works with clients to help overcome their health problems through an array of services that touch on massage, facials, reiki healing, and other therapies. With a menu of massage modalities and cupping techniques, clients have many options to choose from, such as the Soul massage, which incorporates reiki into soothing strokes and carefully applied pressure. To ensure clients also feel better on the outside, the staff performs aesthetic services including facials and nail services.
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    Putnam Pike
    Chepachet, RI US
  • Norman Bird Sanctuary
    Norman Bird Sanctuary spans more than 300 acres and seven miles of hiking trails where binoculared bird lovers can spy on local and migratory birds. Hikers can explore the woods or climb Hanging Rock to feast on views of the ocean. In addition, the Sanctuary organizes public programs such as hands-on educational events for children and evening lectures for adults.
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    583 3rd Beach Rd, Unit 2
    Middletown, RI US
  • Brockton Fair Grounds
    A night spent dancing to a DJ at the club burns calories and works up a sweat, so why not put the dance floor on a 5K course? That's exactly what Nocturnal Lands has done?participants run, walk, or dance their way through a race course illuminated by interactive light shows and pumping with electronic dance music from live DJs. After partying through multiple DJ stages, revelers finish at a raucous main-stage after-party. Headliner DJs soundtrack the event on the main stage while participants celebrate crossing the finish line as a member of the Night Nation.
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    600 Belmont Street
    Brockton, MA US
  • Girls on the Go
    Erin Brenton has believed in the possibility of transformation ever since she transformed her own life, marred by tragedy, into one of health and joy. When she was 9, she and her sister, Heather, were traveling door to door selling Camp Fire Girls of America items when the pair were struck by an underage drunk driver. The crash cost Heather her life and left Erin with severe head and leg trauma. Supported by her parents, friends, and eventually her own loving husband and kids, Erin learned to deal with the physical repercussions of that accident. To honor her sister’s memory, she decided to help others find their own health and happiness through exercise and support. To that end, she started Girls on the Go to make a place where people of all ability levels can enjoy physical activity and strive for healthier bodies. She and her team of instructors now fill each week with a variety of original fitness classes, from women’s boxing to men’s speed and agility training. Erin also leads one-on-one personal-training sessions and the Driveway Divas fitness program, for which an instructor comes to clients’ homes for small-group training.
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    140 Center St
    Pembroke, MA US
  • Gillette Stadium
    The ROC Race is a 5K fun run with a catch?a dozen of them, to be exact. Twelve giant obstacles stand in the way of victory, including a wrecking ball that threatens to knock runners off their path. The various challenges draw their inspiration from the world's most extreme game shows, where contestants have to run through tires, swing on ropes, and swoosh down giant slides. To make things even more exciting, ROC's organizers encourage participants to dress up in wacky costumes like tutus or outfits inspired by superheroes such as the Fantastic 5K Finisher. This epic event descends on cities across the U.S., welcoming runners ages 13 and up to fend off water and foam before greeting crowds of spectators at the finish line. A post-race experience keeps things going with even more foam and festivities.
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    1 Patriot Pl
    Foxborough, MA US
  • Boston Urban Adventures
    Boston locals guide tour-goers on foot through the streets of America’s Walking City, exploring historical landmarks and dipping in and out of neighborhood watering holes and eateries. For 2–3.5 hours, the guides lead up to 12 visitors in tours ranging from jaunts to uncover historically significant pubs during the Revolutionary Tavern Tour to adventures in sampling slices during the Pizza and Little Italy tour. During the Boston Heritage by Foot tour, visitors get a dose of American history as they journey through the West End and Beacon Hill neighborhoods. Armed with knowledge and know-how that comes only from being a Boston local and frequent time traveler, the guides engage guests with details about the history-saturated city and the best place to get a beer while dressed like Paul Revere.
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    75 Commercial Street
    Boston, MA US
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