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Published Saturday May 11, 2019 by Brittany Raine

3 Workouts That Bring the Heat in Boston

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Pilates
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As the days get longer and the sun gets a little brighter around Beantown, it’s safe to say we are all feeling the soon-to-be summer vibes. Whether you’re searching for a deep stretch or want to try something new, grab your towel and a water bottle because your next go-to sweat session might be closer than you think.

If you’re looking to turn the temperature up on your workout routine ahead of beach season, here are three of our favorite heated classes in Boston that will help you get your sweat on—no experience required. 

 


MAKE YOUR MUSCLES FEEL THE BURN

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Inferno Hot Pilates // Breathe 
A fitness staple in Cambridge, Breathe specializes in heated classes. Offering everything from HIIT to Hot Hatha Fusion, our go-to workout is Inferno Hot Pilates. With a focus on large and smaller muscle groups, this low impact, full-body workout with a killer playlist fits into any workout routine—talk about hot, hot, hot! 

 

HEAT UP YOUR FLOW 

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Warm Vinyasa // Shawmut Yoga 
A 60- or 75-minute heated yoga flow, this Warm Vinyasa class at Shawmut Yoga is a must when it comes to your practice. Focused on strength, balance, and flexibility, melt your worries away on the mat at this friendly and inclusive South End studio. Nothing says finding your calm quite like 85-90º of muscle-loving goodness.

 

GET THAT OH-SO-GOOD GLOW

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Heated Power Flow // Radiant Yoga Boston 
Flow freely at this beautiful, zen-worthy South Boston studio. Located in The Distillery, the Heated Power Flow is Radiant Yoga’s signature class and offers all the ahh-mazing detoxing benefits of a hot practice. This class works wonders when your muscles are feeling tight and achy—or your weekend was a little too fun, and you need to reset.  

 

If you’re looking to book your next heated workout, find a new studio, or discover any type of fitness class or wellness service in Boston or around the world, check out the MINDBODY app or MINDBODY.io! 
 

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Brittany Raine
Consumer Content Program Manager
About the author
A free-spirited farmgirl from New York, Brittany traded her job as a journalist and newspaper editor for the San Diego sunshine. Brittany now leads the curation of all creative content. There are rumors she was Middle Earth's warrior elven queen in a past life.
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Wellness
Published Wednesday Jan 22, 2020 by Mckenzie Hathaway

Not Too Cheesy: Vegan "Cheese" Recipes That Taste Like The Real Thing

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Food
Nutrition

We all love cheese. And if you don’t love cheese, well, you just haven’t found the right kind for you. If you’re unlucky like me, however, cheese does not like you. Thankfully, we live in 2020, where plant-based cheese recipes are alive and well.

I have been dairy-free for a few years, and cheese is truly the food group I miss the most. As much as we try, we sometimes just can’t get vegan cheese to taste like the real thing. So, I recruited my dairy-loving, cow-consuming friends to be my taste-testers. Their brutal honesty helped me create some “fake” cheese that can actually compete with the real stuff.

Goat "Cheese" Ball

Did you know you can make mouth-watering “fake” cheese with macadamia nuts? Yes, macadamia nuts. If you’re craving that creamy consistency but your stomach isn’t down for dairy, try out this recipe inspired by Simple Vegan Blog

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Goat "Cheese" Ball

Did you know you can make mouth-watering “fake” cheese with macadamia nuts? Yes, macadamia nuts. If you’re craving that creamy consistency but your stomach isn’t down for dairy, try out this recipe inspired by Simple Vegan Blog

Nacho "Cheese" Sauce

I know what you’re thinking: is this real? Is it too good to be true? No nuts, no fat, and it tastes good? You’re in for a treat. No one can tell the difference between this recipe and their favorite gooey cheese sauce. This recipe makes a lot of sauce, so be ready to share and shock your dairy-loving friends.

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Nacho "Cheese" Sauce

I know what you’re thinking: is this real? Is it too good to be true? No nuts, no fat, and it tastes good? You’re in for a treat. No one can tell the difference between this recipe and their favorite gooey cheese sauce. This recipe makes a lot of sauce, so be ready to share and shock your dairy-loving friends.

Sweet Potato Mac N' "Cheese"

Feeling some cheesy FOMO? Get your macaroni and cheese fix with this deliciously dairy-free recipe inspired by Forks Over Knives. Enjoy all the creamy goodness with ingredients like cashews, turmeric, sweet potatoes, and gluten-free pasta. Yum! 

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Sweet Potato Mac N' "Cheese"

Feeling some cheesy FOMO? Get your macaroni and cheese fix with this deliciously dairy-free recipe inspired by Forks Over Knives. Enjoy all the creamy goodness with ingredients like cashews, turmeric, sweet potatoes, and gluten-free pasta. Yum! 

"Cheese" Potato Fries 

The perfect side dish to go with your Impossible burger, these “cheese” potato fries will definitely take you to flavor-town. Whip up the sauce with cannellini beans, yeast, apple cider vinegar, and just add some seasonings to the potatoes for a healthy alternative to a classic meal. 

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"Cheese" Potato Fries 

The perfect side dish to go with your Impossible burger, these “cheese” potato fries will definitely take you to flavor-town. Whip up the sauce with cannellini beans, yeast, apple cider vinegar, and just add some seasonings to the potatoes for a healthy alternative to a classic meal. 

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Mckenzie Hathaway
Media & PR Specialist
About the author
From working at a fashion magazine to taking on the tech industry, Mckenzie is passionate about all things Public Relations. Outside of the office, you will find her trail running, swimming in the ocean, or creating plant-based recipes as she heals her body from autoimmune diseases.