Top 10 Happiest Places of Waltham, MA
Thriveworks Counseling & Life Coach takes a new approach in fighting depression. Both therapy and medication prove to help depression but research shows that self-care plays a crucial role in alleviating symptoms of depression, including trying new things to boost one’s spirit. With that in mind, Thriveworks has nominated the top 10 Happiest Places of Waltham to encourage those in our community suffering from depression to get out, see new places, try new things and meet new people. Visit these Happiest Places of Waltham!
The Tea Leaf
487 Moody St.
Located in the heart of historic downtown Waltham, Massachusetts, the Tea Leaf has been a favourite retreat for those seeking casual elegance and a relaxed haven from their busy schedules.
Since The Tea Leaf opened in November 2005, tea lovers throughout New England and around the world have visited our quaint tearoom while in the Boston area. The locals are “regulars” to The Tea Leaf and have embraced the unique atmosphere that it offers.
Waltham Boys & Girls Club
20 Exchange Street
Waltham, MA 02451
To inspire and enable all young people, especially those who need us most, to realize their full potential as productive, responsible and caring citizens.
To provide a world-class Club Experience that assures success is within reach of every young person who enters our doors, with all members on track to graduate from high school with a plan for the future, demonstrating good character and citizenship, and living a healthy lifestyle.
8 Common Street
Waltham, MA 02453
Shiva Shakti is a Local, Successful, Waltham City Central, MindBody Wellness, Fitness, and Movement Program with Body Work, Breathing, and Structural Integration.
Our Specialty is Full Body Fitness, Finding Calm, DeStressing, Emotional Wellness, Chi Balancing, Pain Relief, Structural Integration and Real Alignment Solutions, and All Forms of Yoga.
502 Main Street
Waltham, MA 02452
Our goal was to start an evolution of change – provide high-end body composition machines paired with an array of resources to help everyone start and maintain a healthy lifestyle.
Create a place of discovery, a place for new beginnings where shared knowledge, collaboration, and convenience is housed in one place. An atmosphere, that welcomes anyone and everyone to a home-like feel where members can connect with each other, and spread awareness throughout all generations.
We want to help everyone achieve their goals, that is why we created the Chained Evolution, a place that links life and fitness together, a place that takes pride in improving lives.
The Moody Street 5K is an annual road race whose proceeds benefit students at the Waltham Secondary Public Schools (Kennedy Middle, McDevitt Middle and Waltham High Schools). The funds are earmarked to provide programs that encourage active lifestyles and healthy living as well as provide scholarships for graduating seniors.
Participation and friendly competition from all Waltham schools is encouraged as well as the running community with prizes awarded for top finishers in age brackets, recognition of top finishers in each school, and more!