If health is wealth, then it’s time to shake your moneymaker.
Eat and Run
Get a full-body makeover with the three-month Fitrition Deluxe program ($495). Twice a month you’ll experience a butt-busting workout with trainer Leanne Shear and nutrition consultation with health coach Quinn Asteak, plus additional monthly private sessions with each guru.
Conscious Nosh organic, vegan, gluten-, and flour-free macaroons ($3) appeal to health nuts, but flavors like chili maple vanilla and pumpkin spice also score high with foodies.
Arielle J Fierman introduces health seekers to on-the-go snacks and scrumptious meal options during a 45-minute tour ($20 for groups, $75 for individuals) of a local grocery store. You’ll even learn how to translate the gobbledygook on food labels.
Needles(s) to Say
Erin Telford’s Constitutional Facial Acupuncture Renewal ($175) is a 90-minute holistic beauty therapy designed to balance you inside and out. It targets the face (but also includes a full-body treatment), leaving pores smaller, eyes brighter, and chakras cold chillin’.
Glow and go in just 30 minutes with Ildi Pekar’s new three-step Magic Touch facial ($150), which combines traditional Hungarian practices with high-tech advancements. The renowned aesthetician starts with an organic yogurt power peel, then uses an advanced radio frequency to contour, tone, and freshen skin.
Now go on and share the riches.
Photo: Lululemon Athletica / Flickr; Courtesy of Conscious Nosh; FoundryParkInn / Flickr