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By Erica Jackson Curran / January 6, 12:00 AM
Ten Ways to Have a Healthy New Year in Boston
If you’re like most people, the last month or so has been a blur of creamy eggnog, gingerbread cookies and hearty comfort food. With the arrival of the new year, you’ve probably resolved to shed a few of those ill-begotten pounds. Here are 10 ways to get back on track in 2014.

Nourish Your Soul. Whether you’re looking for a week-long cleanse or just a post-workout smoothie, Nourish Your Soul offers organic, nutrient-rich drinks that you can feel good about chugging. 15 Channel Center. 1-888-99-JUICE. Nourishyoursoul.com.

RunBoston Tours. Get to know Boston while burning calories at one of RunBoston’s personalized running tours. An experienced guide will plan a route based on what you want to see, whether it’s the Freedom Trail or the Boston Marathon finish line. 617-575-9077. runboston.org.

BTone Fitness. The first class is only $5 at BTone, a high-energy, fun-filled workout studio in the Back Bay. Classes include pilates-based Tone, calorie-blasting Ryde and Barre Blast. 30 Newbury St. 617-578-TONE. Btonefitness.com.

New Balance Experience Store. Stock up on workout gear and find inspiration to get fit at this 2,500-square-foot Copley Square store. The high-tech, interactive shopping experience is only the second of its kind in North America from the Brighton-based footwear and apparel company. 583 Boylston St. 617-266-1583.

Mandarin Oriental Spa. As the only Forbes Five-Star- rated spa in Massachusetts, the Spa at the Mandarin Oriental provides the ultimate luxury experience with signature therapies such as Gemstone Vitality and Aqua Ritual. Mandarin Oriental, 776 Boylston St., 617-535-8820.

Juice. Up your energy with fresh fruit and veggie jugos and smoothies from this spot in Back Bay Station. It features vegan, gluten-free and locally sourced options such as the Pachamama, a mix of guanabana, pineapple, maca, chia seeds, agave, banana and nut milk. 145 Dartmouth St., 617-418-9879, juicebarboston.com.

Sweat & Soul Yoga. All you need to bring to these popular yoga classes are a towel, a water bottle and $10 cash. Classes range from Hip Hop Yoga to Vinyasa Flow, and studio temperatures stay steady around 90 degrees. They offer indoor cycling classes, too. 1032-A Commonwealth Ave., sweatandsoulyoga.com.

G2O Spa & Salon. Spread out over five floors in two Newbury Street brownstones, G2O boasts enough spa services to keep you pampered for days. Try the Brine Inhalation Therapy Relaxation Room, or the Nap Pod, if you’re feeling sleepy. 278 Newbury St., 617-262-2220, g2ospasalon.com.

Rock Spot Climbing. Discover the feeling of accomplishment that comes from scaling a giant wall at this state-of-the-art indoor rock-climbing facility. Day passes are available, and it’s open until midnight daily. 67 Sprague St. 617-333-4433. Rockspotclimbing.com.

Beantown Bootcamp. For a truly intense workout, Beantown Bootcamp fits the bill. Sessions involve stair-climbing, sprints, plyometrics, strength training and more in and around the North End studio. Drop-in once or sign up for the long haul. 90 Canal St., 617-259-6955, beantownbootcamp.com.
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