From diet doctors to downward dogs, we’ve got your chakras covered. Reality Check Stay mind-body-spirit connected at St. Helena’s newly opened Epiphany Yoga Center (1299 Pine Street, at Oak Avenue, St. Helena; 707-963-9642), where Jodi Earls teaches anusara, hatha, and ashtanga yoga. Also on offer: Pilates, acupuncture, and massage. So you can stretch them calves after stomping them grapes. Pack a Punch When you need a pick-me-up, grab a boost of Opti Health by local nutrition guru Dr. Melina Jampolis. With a plant-based multivitamin, calcium, and omega-3 fatty acids in one small packet, you’ll gladly follow this doc’s orders. Skin Deep Wage war against crow’s feet and laugh lines at MediQi Integrative MedSpa in Pac Heights (2326 Fillmore Street, at Clay Street; 415-292-1474). The path to dermis nirvana includes Brazilian facials, oxygen treatments, peels, and detox programs. DailyCandy bonus: Get 20 percent off your first treatment. Come Train or Shine Pack it up, pack it in. Tone it down and weigh it up with Peninsula-based personal trainer Ami Jampolis of Focus Fitness (415-250-2953 or firstname.lastname@example.org). It’s circuit training and core conditioning — in your space or hers. Beck and Call Open wide and say “ah” in the comfort of your home (or office) with San Francisco On Call Medical Group (490 Post Street, at Mason Street, suite 710; 415-732-7029). They’ll cross any bridge (on nights and weekends, too) and ensure a speedy recovery. Just make sure you know when to leave well enough alone.