8 Places To Visit in NYC To Improve Health & Wellness

It’s about that time where New Year’s Resolutions start to fade and now it’s February and you can only think about the spring months ahead. After the crazy holiday season, we begin to settle back into our old patterns and habitual routine. Luckily, there a places that can help you maintain focus of those resolutions, the self-care one’s that is. Self-care is so important as it helps you achieve your other goals, be your best self, and in turn, being there for your loved ones! This is something I am extremely focused on this year. I’ve made a list of the places that help me re-center, re-focus, and get back on track with those self care goals!

1. Wthn 

Wthn is designed to help you prevent sickness, strengthen and heal, and glow via acupuncture. Acupuncture dates far back as a healing process and at Wthn, they mix this ancient practice with a modern and personalized approach to best fit your needs!
Where: 20 W 22nd St

2. Inscape

Inscape is a place of meditation that you can join at their flagship location in New York, or via their app. With two rooms, The Dome and The Alcove, one to sit and one to lay, respectively, Inscape is the place to go for 30-40 minutes of peace. Inscape holds a range of classes from sound immersion to light therapy to help guide your meditation practices!
Where: 45 W. 21st

3. LYMBR

be LYMBR is a place to go to get a personalized stretch! Lymbr has stretch therapists that stretch you out for a 30 or 60 minute session. You can choose from stretching to relax your body and mind, stretching to perform if you are often training in the gym, or to recover from working out or just life in general!
Where: 11 Jay Street Unit 1

4. Quick Cryo 

QuickCryo is an intensive therapy that helps you burn calories and lose weight! With options of whole body cryo, quicklime cryosculpting, IV drips, oxygen sessions and more. QuickCryo aids in weight loss, sculpting the body to your liking, and relaxing your body by providing it with IVs of nutrients, electrolytes, and vitamins! I’m a huge fan!
Where: 271 Church St

5. Perry Street Reflexology

Perry Street Reflexology is a quiet space to relax and let go of all your worries and stresses! Using the practice of reflexology, Perry Street uses a specific form of pressurized touch on the feet to promote energy flow throughout the rest of your body! It’s the perfect place to experience release and renewal!
Where: 77 Perry St

6. Salthaus

Salthaus is a modern salt room that provides halo therapy aiding in the reduction of stress and anxiety, and boosts immunity and athletic recovery! Using Halotherapy, Salthaus uses natural salt caves to circulate dry, salty air which reached the deepest part of the lungs, absorbing bacteria, pollutants, and aid in anti-inflammatory effect.
Where: 1220 Lexington Ave

7. Face Gym

Face Gym is a place to work your face out! Not a facial, but a place that uses intensive workouts to work the 40 forgotten muscles of the face! A trained specialist works out your face muscles, with the option to add IV, Cryo, or Radio Frequency!
Where: 670 Broadway (at Bond)

8. Studio med

Studio Med is a concierge medical service to New York residents and also specializes in IV Therapy! Studio Med not only comes around to provide IV Therapy, but they also perform medical service to New York residents, which is perfect when getting to the doctor will either take a long time, is too difficult to travel too, or if you have little ones!
Where: New York

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Once a fashion showroom owner now turned mom and blogger/writer. Brianne Manz lives in New York City with her husband, three children and enjoys their fast paced city life. Her blog Stroller In The City boasts about city living, family travel, kids fashion and all things that are mommy. Being a mom doesn't mean you need to lose sight of the cool stuff. Brianne has has been featured on the Today Show, E! News, and People Magazine to name a few.

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