Treat yourself to a pick-me-up
Have you been burning the candle at both ends? I.V. League can help you rehydrate after all the celebrating you’ve been doing lately! Hydration packages start at $80. You can learn more about them here!
Maybe treat your body to some love after abusing it this weekend.The Juice Box is here to help. Get your healthy fix this week with fresh juices, smoothies, fruit bowls, coffee & tea, juice shots and cleanses, and healthy snacks. The Juice Box offers a vegetarian and gluten free menu. The staff is friendly, knowledgable and ready to answer any questions you may have! Your body will thank us!
A little love from Ray
The Seaport District has a wildly popular workout studio! It’s all about the mind, body, spirit connection at BURNIN’ by Ray. The self-described “ungym” uses motorless cardio pieces that provide a low impact high intensity workout! You’ll get the attention of a personal trainer with the energy of a group fitness class to create a workout experience that is as effective as it is fun. BURNIN’ by Ray workouts are tailored to work for all fitness levels, and our video-guided system will keep you from getting lost. Right now you can get 20 days of unlimited classes for just $20! Learn more here!
Olympic Medalist Adam Rippon will be in town
The Snowport will host Adam Rippon, 2018 Olympic Medalist and author of Beautiful on the Outside, on Saturday, February 8, 2020. The event will take place from 10am-12pm at Snowport Winter Village, kicking off with a solo figure skating performance by Rippon. The performance will be followed by a Q/A with former figure skater, 2014 Olympic Medalist and Boston resident, Ashley Wagner, a book signing of Rippon’s recent memoir, Beautiful on the Outside, and a meet and greet, allowing fans across the city to connect with the Olympian. You can reserve your spot here!
Check out some boats!
We realize that it’s the middle of the winter, but we’ll bet you’re dreaming of the warm weather! Go see The Progressive Insurance New England Boat show at the Boston Convention Center and spend the day looking at boats, yachts, schooners, and nautical displays galore and you’ll feel like it’s the middle of summer. Two seasons collide as the boat show represents all we love about warm weather. Long sunny days boating, fishing and sailing on the coastlines, rivers and lakes of New England. Ironically, it gets underway February 8th – 16th smack in the middle of winter. So set aside the shovels, skis and snowmobiles and sample what spring and summer of 2020 might look like at the boat show. You can get your tickets here!
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