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Introducing Well+Good’s Boston Healthy City Guide!

motherjuicerecyclecollageIt’s finally time to climb out from under that pile of blankets, trade in your Bean boots for sneakers, and head to the city’s healthiest hotspots for some end-of-winter rejuvenation—with our first ever Boston Healthy City Guide, presented by Athleta!

These are the best spots on the city’s healthy living scene—recommended by our local experts, fanatical wellness fans (funny, we’d heard that about Bostonians…), and Well+Good readers, who wrote to tell us about their favorite spots.

boston healthy city guideWe’re talking about the most buzzed-about workouts—from Boston’s pioneering spin studio to a Megaformer workout that will make even a marathoner’s muscles quake and bootcamps that draw hundreds at the crack of dawn. Plus, homegrown healthy food and juice purveyors and the sweetest spots for pampering, healing, and natural beauty product shopping.

It’s your comprehensive guide to over 100 of the healthiest places to sweat, tone, sip, and spa, from Chestnut Hill to Back Bay.

The best part? You’re invited to celebrate the launch of the Boston Healthy City Guide with us at a complimentary workout event with Recycle and Barry’s Bootcamp’s badass trainer Emily Susen at Athleta Newbury Street on April 12. You definitely don’t want to miss this.

After all, nothing says “summer on the Cape is coming” like a killer workout, natural pedicure, and a tropical smoothie. —Brittany Burke

(Photos: Mother Juice, Recycle)