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Six people doing sideways planks at Stellar Bodies Megaformer Atlanta

Meet the Megaformer, a Pilates workout that slays even the fittest

It looks like a device intended for torture, and those who have spent time on the contraption will probably tell you that description is right on the money. Here are some places that offer Megaformer in Atlanta.

My Style: Melanie Woodroffe, lifestyle blogger and entrepreneur

Melanie Woodroffe is a content and user-experience designer for global brands, but she’s also run her lifestyle blog, Capitol de Beauté, for more than 13 years. This fall, she launched her own clean beauty line, Cheers to Good Skin.

The suit is back, from bold and nontraditional to cool and classic

These days, “the suits” doesn’t refer to stodgy C-suite attire. Be bold and experiment with statement-making prints, including extreme pinstripes, bold checks, and oversized plaids.

7 boots to make a statement in this fall

Goodbye, little black bootie; hello, statement boots. From Western to combat, these are the styles to covet this fall.
Classpass Atlanta

The pros and cons of ClassPass

For some studios, ClassPass helps fill spots that might otherwise have been empty. But some studio owners complain that ClassPassers are purely price-driven, unlikely to become repeat customers, and see less impressive results because they don’t consistently practice any particular fitness discipline.
Curlfest Atlanta 2019

5 things I learned at CURLFEST natural beauty festival in Atlanta

After five years in New York, the “largest natural beauty festival” made its way to Atlanta this year. CURLFEST aims to change the conversation about beauty standards.
Snap Fitness

Three great 24-hour gyms in Atlanta

Have an erratic schedule or just like sweating it out at night? These gyms are always open.

Your guide to de-stressing on a budget at Jeju and Gangnam Sauna

Need to de-stress on a budget? Look no further than Gwinnett County's Jeju and Gangnam Sauna. Offering everything from steam rooms, saunas, and hot pools to services like body scrubs and massages, to sleeping areas—these spas are open 24/7.
Fall festival fashion

Tie dye, animal prints, and vintage looks own this year’s fall festival fashion

Fall outdoor events crank up this month, and the season offers lots of trends ready for open fields and hot temps.
Do Gua Sha facials work?

Test drive: Will a Gua Sha facial actually make you look younger?

Gua Sha is a traditional Chinese technique for reducing pain and inflammation brought on by blood stasis or stagnation.

My Style: Melanie Woodroffe, lifestyle blogger and entrepreneur

Melanie Woodroffe is a content and user-experience designer for global brands, but she’s also run her lifestyle blog, Capitol de Beauté, for more than 13 years. This fall, she launched her own clean beauty line, Cheers to Good Skin.

The suit is back, from bold and nontraditional to cool and classic

These days, “the suits” doesn’t refer to stodgy C-suite attire. Be bold and experiment with statement-making prints, including extreme pinstripes, bold checks, and oversized plaids.

7 boots to make a statement in this fall

Goodbye, little black bootie; hello, statement boots. From Western to combat, these are the styles to covet this fall.
Six people doing sideways planks at Stellar Bodies Megaformer Atlanta

Meet the Megaformer, a Pilates workout that slays even the fittest

It looks like a device intended for torture, and those who have spent time on the contraption will probably tell you that description is right on the money. Here are some places that offer Megaformer in Atlanta.
An illustration of an ear surrounded by incense, wind chimes, and more therapeutic items

Tune out stress with these 3 sound therapy spots in Atlanta

Various types of sound therapy have been shown to reduce pain, alleviate anxiety, and improve sleep. SoundEmbrace, Sacred Chill West, and Intown Salt Room in Atlanta specialize in these treatments.
Classpass Atlanta

The pros and cons of ClassPass

For some studios, ClassPass helps fill spots that might otherwise have been empty. But some studio owners complain that ClassPassers are purely price-driven, unlikely to become repeat customers, and see less impressive results because they don’t consistently practice any particular fitness discipline.