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Health Innovations 2021
Metro Atlanta hospitals and medical practices remain at the forefront of healthcare, constantly adapting to meet the needs of our community. Find out about some of the latest technologies and innovative procedures they offer. Emory...
3 treatments to pamper your feet this winter
When temperatures drop, it’s easy to slip your feet inside some cozy slippers and forget about them. But according to Abby Ellis, a massage therapist and co-owner of Future Perfect Massage in Cabbagetown, taking care of your feet is even more critical in winter.
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.
Half apothecary, half wellness studio: Center your body and soul at L’Artisan Muse
When November Nichols's favorite meditation candle was discontinued, she set out to make her own, and soon her candles, plush pillows, and lush scents became her recently launched holistic studio and boutique, L’Artisan Muse, at Westside Provisions District.
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.
8 things Atlanta’s top trainers think while they’re coaching
When you’re in a fitness class, do you ever wonder what the instructor is thinking or marvel at her relentless energy? As a fitness instructor for 12 years, here are some of my innermost thoughts.
3 Atlanta-developed apps for a healthier summer
These locally developed apps can help you plan meals, find online workouts, and connect with exercise buddies.
The Atlanta Nap Ministry preaches the liberating power of rest
Tricia Hersey, founder of the Nap Ministry: “How can we resist these toxic systems that want us to be disconnected, that want us to work 80 hours a week, that want us to feel like we’re not worthy unless we’re producing something? This isn’t just about naps.”
Atlanta’s LGBTQ powerlifting club builds bonds by pumping iron. Meet the Fantastic Beasts.
In the gym are people of all shapes and sizes, ranging in age from college students to professionals in their 50s and 60s. The gym-goers gently critique each other’s form and effusively cheer each other on. These are the Fantastic Beasts, Atlanta’s only LGBTQ powerlifting club—and, according to the organizers, possibly the first of its kind in the world.
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