Miami Health and Wellness Guide 2014

Boot camp, spas, juice spots, and more

When you live in a city with a 365-day bikini season, staying fit is a 24/7 job. Get serious about your body of work with the newest ways to stay in shape.

Hup to It
Consider Barry’s Bootcamp your wardrobe booster, as in the reason you’ll soon be adding crop tops and bodycon minis to your repertoire of skin-baring outfits. Starting January 11, co-owner Derek DeGrazio (Britney Spears’s former trainer) and other glittery instructors (including Real World/Road Rules Challenge alum Rachel Robinson) lead 60-minute classes of cardio and strength-training intervals. Each session focuses on a different body part and promises to burn 1,000 calories.

Work Out the Kinks
There’s nothing like stiff, sore muscles to make you regret the previous day’s workout. Find much-needed release by way of Lapis Spa’s new corrective massage, a therapeutic treatment that stimulates the production of pain-relieving enzymes to remedy aching and tightness.

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Drink Up
Fuel like an athlete at The Juice Spot, Savannah James’s (as in LeBron’s wife) newish cold-pressed juice and Wi-Fi bar near Brickell. She devised the mostly organic menu of smoothies, fresh juices (green and fruit), and açai bowls with help from business partner and trainer David Alexander. Those new to juicing can request a custom cleanse from one of the shop’s health specialists.

Explore the Great Outdoors
Once a month, trade in your studio routine for a spot at the Ritz-Carlton’s grand lawn along the Atlantic for full moon yoga. Class begins at sunset and includes refreshments and towel service. The first session takes place January 16.


Photos: Ferran Traite Soler / Getty Images; B. Metelus Images / Courtesy of The Juice Post

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