Tessa Yannone covers health and fitness news in the city as the Wellness Editor at Boston, and is also CSCS-certified strength coach. She's from the great state of Ohio and studied journalism at Indiana University.
And step into the ultimate state of bliss.
Your Saturday plans have been made.
Specifically for women who were diagnosed with preeclampsia during pregnancy.
Males and those ages 15-19 saw the biggest spike.
Seaside yoga at sunset, summer solstice rooftop yoga, and more.
For the sixth year in a row.
Through a new app, launched here in Boston, called WhatsGood.
The best part? You get to skip the line.
The organization has operated out of 140 Clarendon Street for nearly 100 years.
With over 130 free workout classes ranging from Zumba to lunchtime Vinyasa yoga.
Even here in Boston, where our hospitals are second to none, preventable errors persist in every facet of health care.
And better yet, which one should I put in my smoothie?
But reminder: People with disabilities should not be your source of inspiration.