Tradition proposes that as we wrap up another year, it’s time to put resolutions in place to begin the New Year with a new lease on life.
Although there are many local options, here are three stand-out Austin businesses to help you resolve, refresh and renew your tired routine.
Whol-E Water: The Transparent Choice
Make a lifestyle choice and give your body premium alkaline hydration with Whol-E Water. There is an entire fact-filled scientific theory behind the benefits of the 9.4+ pH water bottled by Whol-E Water, but let me break it down for you in the simplest of terms.
The dietary acid is removed from this water, allowing your body maximum hydration. The 5 naturally chelated minerals found in Whol-E Water do more than just hydrate. They also add alkaline water to your regular diet, allowing your body to stay balanced and improving your overall acidic intake.
Need another reason to drink this Austin born product? The reason I’ve become their newest water advocate is because each time you drink a bottle of Whol-E Water, you help fund water wells for impoverished nations via A Glimmer of Hope.
You can find Whol-E Water at various Juiceland locations, Fair Bean Coffee, Yoga Vida, Thom’s Market and more. For a complete list of retailers, see the website.
Austin Yoga Tree: Get Flex, Get Fit
In a serene studio north of the Arboretum sits Austin Yoga Tree, the newest yogi addition to the capital city. Located at 10401 Anderson Mill Road, Suite 105, Austin Yoga Tree’s life adjusting programs may change the way you look at your yoga community.
Classes are offered throughout the day for all skill levels. As a Founding Friend at Austin Yoga Tree, you have the opportunity to regularly see the smiling face of owner Jonathan Troen and you benefit as follows:
- Lifetime unlimited yoga – locked in at the price of $69/month
- Free personal yoga mat
- Complimentary personal Life Mastery coaching session
- Unlimited access to weekly Life Mastery group coaching sessions
- Discounts on Austin Yoga Tree workshops
Leave your stress at the door and try Austin Yoga Tree for one week, free during the week of January 12–17, 2015. Every class, every day will be available for a free introduction to the new studio during their grand opening.
Beginning January 2015, I’ll be testing my flexibility, balance and mindfulness at Austin Yoga Tree with a 15 day yoga challenge! Join me in my yoga binge and be sure to share your experience with me on Instagram.
Juice Society: Squeeze to Healthy
Experience the locally sourced and handcrafted recipes of Juice Society in 2015. Each cold-pressed, small batch bottle of juice is loaded with up to 6 pounds of hydraulically pressed produce.
At Juice Society, there is a combination for every person and every lifestyle. Unique flavor profiles keep your palate engaged and mend your body from the inside out. Plus, founder and health enthusiast Danielle Sobel and the team at Juice Society make finding and receiving their product an easy process.
Increase your energy and find a better version of yourself with strengthened mental clarity and heightened focus by choosing one of three pre-packed juice cleanses:
- Rinse – for the cleanse beginner
- Replenish – for the cleanse some-timer
- Restore – for the cleanse master
If you’re like me, you love cold-pressed juice, but cleanses aren’t your thing. In that case, try a Juice Box. Receive a weekly 6-pack of juice delivered direct to your door. Start with a couple of my favorite Juice Society recipes, Activated Lemonade and 8 Karat.
And if you’re feeling especially ambitious, you can subscribe to the Juice Tribe. As a tribe member you receive regular deliveries of fresh juice weekly, in increments of a 6-pack at a time, up to 24 per week. Choosing to be part of the Tribe is a healthy commitment and a great way to simplify your meal plan and step up your dietary standards.
Skip the New Year gym binge, venture outside the norm and try one of these local options. Have a happy New Year and challenge yourself to stick to your healthy lifestyle resolution!
@CrisMueller wants to know:
What is your New Year’s resolution for 2015?