Tessa Yannone

Wellness Editor

Tessa Yannone covers health and fitness news in the city as the Wellness Editor at Boston, and is also a strength coach. She's from the great state of Ohio and studied journalism at Indiana University.

Yoga Reaches Out 2017

Roll Out Your Yoga Mat For Boston Children’s Hospital at Gillette

With 1,000 of your closest friends.


Tatyana McFadden Secures Her Fifth Boston Marathon Win

After coming back from a year of illness.

Seaport World Trade Center entrance

First Look at the Boston Marathon Fitness Expo

So. Many. Shoes.

Museum of Fine Arts

Your Guide to One Boston Day

Here’s how you can give back this Sunday.

Shalane Flanagan

Who to Watch at the Boston Marathon

This year’s elite team is the most accomplished to ever compete.


Catching up with Kathrine Switzer

Hope we’re as fit as her when we’re 71.


Tatyana McFadden’s Tough Road Back to the Boston Marathon

The paralympian has battled back from blood clot issues.

Nix biosensor

New Wearable Tech Helps Runners Measure Hydration

It’s a step towards helping athletes avoid dehydration issues.

Strong Process

Learn to Separate Wellness Industry Facts from Fiction

At Strong Process forum on April 8.

Bspoke campaign

B/Spoke Is Devoting April to Reduce, Reuse, and Recycle

They’re encouraging guests to use reusable water bottles.

L.L. Bean inside kayak display

First Look: L.L. Bean in the Seaport

Your one-stop shop for all things outdoors.

foam rolling

Limber Up before Tearing Up the Streets on Marathon Monday

Join personal trainer Alli Felsenthal for a free pre-marathon stretch.

David Doxzen running

Running Towards a Better Future

Back on My Feet helps the homeless change their lives by encouraging them to start running.

SweatCon Rally

Can You Survive the SweatConRally Fitness Crawl?

It’s like a bar crawl, but with more planks and no hangover. You still might not be able to walk a straight line on your way home, though.


Free Fitness Makes Its Return to the Seaport

The program runs all summer, with more than 200 classes in all.