Gina Tomaine

Gina Tomaine has researched and written for Boston, as well as Boston Home and Boston Weddings. She earned her B.A. in English and economics from Saint Joseph's University in Philadelphia and her M.F.A. in Nonfiction Writing from Emerson College in May 2013. She's been featured in The Philadelphia Inquirer, The Boston Globe, and From the Top on NPR. She loves concerts, travel, running, and yoga. Follow her on twitter @gtomaine.

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Habits of Philly Yoga Pros That You Should Totally Copy

Yes, even yoga teachers get stressed out sometimes. Here's how they deal.

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The Philly Fitness Lover's Ultimate Spring Bucket List

We talked to 17 Philly fitness pros to find out what they hope to cross off of their bucket lists this spring.

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You Can Do Yoga in a Himalayan Salt Cave in Pottstown

Say what?

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The Skeptical Person's Guide to Kick-Starting a Meditation Practice

All you need is three minutes.

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Meet the Delco Runner Who’s Been Run-Streaking for 9 Years Straight

How's this for Monday motivation?

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How to Get Fit in Philly Without Going to the Gym

Calling all gym haters!

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How to Stick to Early-Morning Workouts (For Real!)

November Project devotees spill their secrets.

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The CHOP Patient-Turned-Playwright Whose Poetry Will Make You Cry

You can catch one of her plays at the Shawnee Playhouse in January.

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This Is City Hall's Best Kept Secret

It happens twice a week on the sixth floor.

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Meet Philly Runner Kinzey Lynch

He's blind — but he doesn't let that stop him from crushing marathons.

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How to Laugh at Your Worst Days

And why you should.

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Rebecca Levenberg: "There’s Nothing I Can’t Do"

She lost her leg in a bike accident, but nothing can hold her back.

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Meet the Inspiring 81-Year-Old Broad Street Runner

John Schultz shows no signs of stopping.