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Healthier New Year

12/31/2014

It’s that time of year again. Everyone is getting to the gym and eating right. It’s time to shed the pounds you put on during the holidays. Here are some places around Los Angeles, that can help you get on the right track.

The Springs
Start off with their  “3..2..1.. Happy New Years Cleanse” offer ($325). This offer includes a 3-day juice cleanse, 2 weeks of unlimited yoga, and 1 colon hydrotherapy treatment. You can also swing by The Springs on Saturday, January 10th, for their workshop: New Years Detox Workshop with Joyce Rockwood. Joyce, who is an amazing Certified Colon Hydrotherapist, will head the very first workshop ($40, $35 with the 3,2,1 package) at The Springs. Workshop topics will include: the benefits of drinking fresh pressed juices, how to properly combine foods for optimum digestion, your grocery list for health and detoxing, exercise, lymphatic dry brushing, and natural hygiene, and colon hydrotherapy and its many health benefits.

Fairmont Miramar Hotel & Bungalows
Keep your New Year’s resolutions and get a little extra boost during January! Each guest staying at the Fairmont Miramar will receive a complimentary class to exhale Mind Body Spa Santa Monica during their stay to help keep those 2015 health and fitness goals on track. You can choose from any of exhale’s signature classes, including Core Fusion Yoga, Core Fusion Barre, Exhale Power Yoga, Core Fusion Boot Camp and more. Classes are offered daily from 6:30 am-7:30 pm and are a great way to help keep balance of body and mind. After sweating it out, treat yoruself with a spa treatment at exhale, with a full menu of spa therapies, with many available poolside, as well as in-spa. Options include a rejuvenating facial, healing with acupuncture and energetic therapies, or giving the muscles a break with a therapeutic massage. To keep your body healthy, FIG Restaurant, a seasonal bistro inside Fairmont Miramar offers menu items like Quinoa Salad with Moroccan Spiced Laughing Bird Shrimp and Eastern Fluke with Cous Cous and San Marzano Tomatoes.

 

By Whitney

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