Wellness Week is a citywide celebration to promote health, fitness and active lifestyles for Bostonians of all ages. Take advantage of major fitness events, special deals, free offers, product samples and ‘random acts of wellness’ across the city. Partners in a healthier Boston include Mayor Martin J. Walsh, Blue Cross Blue Shield of MA, EF Education First, KIND Snacks and Boston.com among others.
Among the fun events and activations planned for Boston:
Wellness Week kicks off with the first-ever mass meditation event at iconic Fenway Park, hosted by The Big Quiet and KIND Healthy Snacks. In the shadow of the Green Monster, 400 people will have the chance to participate in a sound meditation with live practitioners, sound bowls and violins.
Who says recess is just for kids? Grab your co-workers and get outside together for an afternoon ‘Office Recess’ break, presented by Mayor Martin J. Walsh and KIND Snacks. Power up your afternoon with free games, snacks, drinks and fit fun during Wellness Week from 11:00 a.m – 2:00p.m. at The Patios on City Hall Plaza.
A FREE day-long celebration of getting Boston moving! Presented by Mayor Martin J. Walsh and Blue Cross Blue Shield of MA, the 3rd annual Boston Social Fitness Festival will feature numerous health and wellness activities on City Hall Plaza, including dance parties, outdoor spin classes, yoga, bootcamps, Fit University and more!
Let’s ride together to fight kids cancer! The 14th Annual EF Hub On Wheels citywide bike ride, presented by Mayor Martin J. Walsh and EF Education First, travels along CAR-FREE Storrow Drive and across scenic Boston. Choose from the family-friendly Downtown Route where kids ride free, or the more adventurous Emerald Necklace Route. Both routes start and end on City Hall Plaza, with ride proceeds benefitting Boston Children’s Hospital.
The Boston Social Fitness Festival, hosted by Mayor Martin J. Walsh and presented by Blue Cross Blue Shield of MA, is a FREE day-long celebration of getting Boston moving. Come join in the fun on Saturday, Sept. 15 on City Hall.