Mom’s Night Out: Yoga and Bubbles!

Our next Mom’s Night Out event is happening next month!!!

Treat yourself to night off from your motherly duties and join H2K for our next Mom’s Night Out event, Yoga and Bubbles on Thursday, June 15th! Our night will begin with a relaxing yoga class followed by (adult) bubbles, and some DIY fun! We will be drinking champagne and making aromatherapy bath bombs you can bring home and enjoy. Whether you are a mom to a beautiful child/children, dog mom, cat mom, bird mom, or not a mom at all, all are welcome! Event will run from 7:30pm-9:30pm. Cost is $35 per person and advanced registration is required. Spots are limited so make sure to sign up today by visiting our Arlington schedule here:



Winter Wonderland Pajama Party


Parents, are you looking for a chance to get some Christmas shopping done without the kiddos? Or maybe you’re looking for a fun holiday event for your child to attend? Drop them off at H2K from 5pm-7:30pm on Friday, December 16th for our Winter Wonderland Pajama Party!

Your kids will enjoy a warm and cozy yoga class, making holiday crafts, eating yummy pizza and drinking delicious hot cocoa, what’s not to love?! Ages 4-11 welcome.



Advanced registration is required. To reserve your child’s spot for this party, click here!


February Break Wellness Boot-camp

February Break Wellness Boot-camp


February break is coming up in just a few short months… do your kids have any exciting plans? Leave it to H2K to keep your child staying busy and having fun! Sign them up for our February Break Wellness Boot-camp! Drop your kid off for a few hours while you do some errands, get some work done or just rest and relax!

This camp will be held on Tuesday, Wednesday and Thursday from 9:00AM-12:00PM during school vacation week (2/21/17-2/23/17). Each day will start with meditation followed by a super fun fitness class. We will be doing yoga, hip hop, kickboxing and creative movement classes. Students will complete an art project each day that reflects a specific wellness theme followed by closing meditation, games and healthy goals to work on. This camp is intended to build confidence, self-esteem and to engage children in physical and mindful activities that they actually enjoy.

We had SUCH an awesome time at our last camp (Veteran’s Day Drop-off Bootcamp) so don’t let your kids miss out on this one! Cost for the 3 days is $150. This camp is for ages 3-7/8-13.

To register for this camp, click here!!!

Email us at or call 781-646-3824 if you have any questions!





Sick Day Soup

Sophie’s Sick Day Soup!


It’s getting to be that time of the year when everyone is beginning to sniffle and cough! As we move into the fall and winter our bodies slow down but unfortunately, our schedules do not! In fact, for most of us, we get much busier as we move into the school year and holiday season. Overworked and under-rested, combined with all those new germs we are coming into contact with can certainly lead to you guessed it – a nasty cold! Fortunately, we don’t need to look very far for one of the easiest and most effective medicines. All you need to do is visit your local grocery store or farmer’s market! Food is one of the best ways to help treat AND prevent catching a virus this fall. One of my family members was recently sick with a flu, and I made a big batch of my super yummy Sick Day Soup, which made him feel better straight away! I’ve listed my own recipe down below. Feel free to modify with your favorite veggies, spices, pasta, or grain!

Sophie’s (One Pan) Sick Day Soup:


-4 to 8 cloves garlic (the more you can stand the better!)
-1 yellow onion chopped
-1 potato (cut into 1/2 in. cubes)
-1 zucchini (chopped into 1/2 in. cubes)
-3 carrots chopped or sliced
-3 celery stalks sliced
-1 quart vegetable stock
-Tomato Juice (like V8 or R.W. Knudsen Organic Tomato Juice)
-1/2 bunch of parsley chopped
-Soba noodles (whatever amount you’d like)
-Cayenne Pepper
-Salt and Pepper to taste


-Saute garlic, onion, potatoes, carrots and celery in olive oil, thyme, and 1/2 tsp cayenne until onions and garlic are soft and aromatic, between 5-10 minutes.

-Add in quart of vegetable stock and about 1/2 cup tomato juice (more if you’d like) and bring to a boil. Simmer until potatoes are a little less than half way cooked.

-Bring liquid back up to a boil (if necessary, you can add in more water or vegetable stock here) and add in soba noodles. Cook according to directions on box.

-When noodles are just about done, add in your zucchini and a couple handfuls of chopped parsley.

-Taste test your soup for spice level. Spicy food is great for your immune system and clearing out colds! If you can take more heat, add more cayenne pepper. Add salt, pepper, and any other favorite spices to taste. I love turmeric. It gives soups a subtle, earthy taste and an amazing golden color. It’s also one of the most powerful herbs for overall wellness!

-Optional: Add in 1/4 cup half and half to cut the spice a bit.

-Garnish each bowl with more fresh parsley and eat hot!


Veteran’s Day Drop Off Bootcamp

Drop-off for Veteran’s Day with H2Kmeditation

Look no further for childcare for this Veteran’s Day! H2K will be hosting a day-long bootcamp for kiddos who are off of school for the day. There is still some space available! We will have a fun-filled and energizing day with morning and afternoon meditation, 3 fitness classes, crafts and free play. The cost is $85 for the day and kids ages 4-12 are welcome!

To register, click HERE!