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Boston Common - 2017 - Issue 4 - Fall - Elizabeth Olsen

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N O W I N B O S T O N 4 2 B O S T O N C O M M O N S E P T E M B E R 2 0 1 7 | M O D E R N L U X U R Y . C O M NO K IDDING Yoga with goats? Om... what? Believe it or not, goat yoga is the latest trend sweeping studio mats and farms across the country. You can thank Aruba- based yoga teacher Rachel Brathen and her pet goat Penny Lane for the inspo. You can fi nd it here with Nigerian dwarf goats in Georgetown at Great Rock Farm. "The goats are friendly, playful and fun and they walk around your mats and kiss you, snuggle you, and sometimes even jump on you during yoga class," says Jana Olenio, an instructor at Yoga with Goats. And why, you may ask? Finding inner peace through yoga, nature and animal therapy. Classes $25, 201 Pond St., Georgetown, –Stacey Marcus ONE-STOP SWEATING Between spa, yoga and cardio classes, Chestnut Hill already wins as a posh wellness playground. Now, Life Time Athletic takes it to the next level with a Detoxifying Back treatment at the spa, a steam room, TCX group classes, personal training, and nutritionists all on site. e best part? e instructors actually talk to each other... about you. " e proactive-care piece that we off er is a game changer in the industry because now you have an environment where a member can come in and truly take care of all of their health and wellness needs under one roof," General Manager Rob Kram says. " ey can have their physical therapist, their primary care, and even a chiropractor comparing the results of an infl exus scan, which is what we're off ering here." 300 Boylston St., Newton, lifetimefi –Jessica Kasparain LIVE HERE, WORKOUT HERE CLASS PASS THE E A R L OF ROOFTOPS Soak in the sun with Boston's newest outdoor spectacle. Sushi, avocado toast and sticky toff ee chocolate pudding are just a few of the culinary reasons to visit the new Earls Kitchen & Bar at the Prudential Center. en, there's the roof ! e two-level restaurant seats 470 and off ers a beautiful view of the city from its rooftop bar and lounge, " e indoor and outdoor patio bar features comfortable high top seating, large TVs, and lush vines," says Vice President of Brand and Marketing Kristin Vekteris. "Luxurious fabrics, dappled sunlight and vibrant greenery culminate to create the ultimate sensory experience." e globally-inspired menu caters to everyone with healthy and indulgent options—we say go for both! 800 Boylston St., Unit 107, 617.666.1790, –JK BITES BUZZ LIFE TIME ATHLETIC PHOTO BY RICK BERN PHOTOGRAPHY Hot tubs and c Hot tubs and cold plunges are just a few o just a few of the many amenities at the 1 at the 129,000-square-foot fi tne fi tness and spa facility at Life Tim Time Athletic in Chestnut Hill.

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