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Our bodies are made to move- sometimes that can be more difficult as we get older. Hear from Dr. Winston Kennedy, Assistant Professor in Physical Therapy about ways to stay physically healthy through the years.
Want a class that will have you smiling and sweating? Join us for an hour long Zumba class to dance, tone, and strengthen your way to a healthier you!
Join us at The HandleBar’s Fenway location for an all-skill-levels workout and opportunity to network with fellow alumni over light snacks and conversation. There are limited spots in the studio, so be sure to sign up today!
Alumni and students enjoyed a fun-filled day on the Charles at the annual Alumni Sailing Regatta.
One of the most anticipated traditions of the winter season has returned: the Beanpot Tournament! The Northeastern Community was there to see the Huskies defeat the Eagles and move on to the Championship!
Back by popular demand, Alumni Relations invites you to an endorphin-boosting SoulCycle class on Thursday, Dec. 2 at 7:30 pm. Whether you’re new to spin or an old pro, don’t miss this chance for a complimentary class with fellow Huskies and special guests: Senior Vice President Diane MacGillivray and alumna instructor Heather Rose. All experience levels are welcome.
First-time and regular spinners got their sweat on at The Handle Bar’s newest studio in Back Bay. For 45, the class prioritized health and wellness in this private ride.
Athletes are considered to be the epitome of health and fitness that have the strength to perform physical feats the average body cannot even fathom to achieve. Listen to our sports and fitness leaders on how their plant based diets have led them to great heights.
Yogis grabbed a water, towel and ‘met’ Shway Shreyarthi, MS’21 on their yoga mats to set their intentions for the day. They took 30 minutes for themselves to dive into an at-home, thoughtfully programmed session that brought boosts of cardio into traditional yoga sequences.
Professional dancer for the Boston Celtics – alumna Nicole Vicino, AMD’16 guided a high intensity, low impact class which showed the many creative ways in which a trampoline can be used to target the legs, core, and arms.