This Boston Baby is styling to hit the streets and participate in some of Boston’s best programs this weekend.
As the weather gets warmer in the city, there is so much to do to keep busy in Boston. From The Rose Kennedy Greenway–and its many fountains, food trucks and free classes–to the Harbor Islands, outdoor enthusiasts have many memorable moments to look forward to this season.
Of course you can’t forget The Esplanade, with its family friendly parks and programs, and its quickly approaching annual Earth Fest taking place on Saturday, May 18th at the Hatch Shell. While Boston Babies will continue to keep you posted on all the wonderful opportunities to enjoy throughout the spring and summer months, start first by planning some fun filled activities for the whole family this weekend.
Boston Babies would like to tell you about a few incredible events to participate in this Saturday, May 4th.
Whether you want to start your morning with a workout, donate to One Fund, join families for a clean-up at The Christopher Columbus Park Playground, or indulge in your favorite food truck treats, Boston is booming with programs this weekend.
See below for additional details:
Is the fall putting you in a frenzy? As the warm months slowly leave, are you feeling the chill looming, or the list of errands growing? If so, join other Yogis for a chance to center yourself. Enjoy raw and organic wine and chocolates to follow the 1 hour 15 min. mindful practice and meditation.
With the season of holiday haste upon you, there is no better time to take a breath, and reconnect with your body and mind and remain in the moment.
The Sports Club LA/Boston will be hosting Yoga, Wine & Chocolate
Sunday, October 16th from 4-6:15pm
The practice will start with yoga from 4-5:15pm (regularly scheduled class) and then move upstairs to Blu for an hour. Bring your friends to share the experience or come on your own! (If you are a member, this class is included in your membership and the $30 is for wine, chocolate and the server.)
Throughout the yoga practice, Sarah Sturges and Kristin Stiles will be co-teaching and assisting a thoughtfully designed heart-opening sequence, ending with a SATYA practice. Tias Little of Prajna Yoga in Santa Fe, New Mexico has harnessed the mindbody integration of somatics with the idea of SATYA, purity that is the truth, into a grounding supine practice that is subtle and deep.
Inhale a sense of calm and exhale balance in to your life.
Feel like there is never enough hours in the day? Take a breath, clear your mind and slow down your movement. Find the time to reconnect with your body and your baby.
Many Mommies To Be can attest to the roller coaster of emotions associated with the excitement and trepidation that goes with preparing for parenthood. With so many items to check off the growing “to do list,” and the effort that goes in to executing your day to day responsibilities of work, relationships, cooking, cleaning and errands, the mere thought of morning sickness, baby registries and back pain can overwhelm even the most organized and in control woman.
Even when it feels like you are in a race with time, try to put down your phone, step away from your computer and surrender to your surmounting list of “to do’s.” Take a slow cleansing breath and remind yourself what it is your are so frantically preparing for: The newest arrival to your family.
It is so easy and quite common to get caught up in the moment and forget to make the time to truly understand and appreciate the miracle taking place in your body. Continue Reading