During these times of uncertainty and higher stress, it’s more important than ever to make time for a self-care routine.
Whether your idea of self-care is a soothing spa treatment, a heart-pumping workout or a calming yoga or meditation session, we’ve got you covered. Check out the following Northeast Ohio businesses offering at-home solutions for self-care.
CycleBar Hudson streams free live classes from its Instagram page five times each week. The classes are archived and viewable for 24 hours after recording. Class times are Monday at 5:30 p.m.; Wednesday at 6:30 a.m.; Friday at 5:30 p.m.; Saturday at 9:30 a.m.; and Sunday at 9:30 a.m.
Additionally, CycleBar Hudson will continue live streaming daily when it re-opens to the public, so those who aren’t ready or able to come to the facility will still have a free at home fitness option.
For more information, click here to sign up and create a profile for summer specials for teachers and students, and learn how to save up to 50% off your first month of membership when the company’s doors open again.
Currently, CycleBar Hudson is open for retail sales only Monday through Friday from noon-2 p.m., Saturday and Sunday from 11 a.m.-1 p.m., and by appointment via email.
j. bellezza, Orange Village
Following safety requirements from Ohio Governor Mike DeWine and the Ohio Department of Health, j. bellezza beauty and wellness boutique and salon, located at Pinecrest in Orange Village, reopened to the public on May 15.
As always, its mission is to introduce to the world the powerful connection between beauty and wellness, providing better solutions for skincare, haircare and a self-care routine.
While appointments are being made, clients also can shop the j. bellezza boutique online and create a soothing at-home spa experience. Each brand supplied in the boutique has been meticulously researched to meet the company’s clean beauty standards, resulting in high quality products for all-natural beauty needs.
Yoga Lounge & Barre, Hudson
Yoga Lounge & Barre offers more than 65 on demand classes on its website. Classes vary widely, including gentle yoga, yoga foundations, power yoga, yoga toning, barre, balleta and kids’ yoga, as well as workshops on meditation, yoga for runners, handstands, and yoga for first responders.
Yoga Lounge & Barre also offers an unlimited option with new classes every day (currently 120 classes and counting). New students can have two weeks’ worth of classes to try for just $39.
In addition to online classes and workshops, the company is providing additional ways for locals to find social connections, including the first-ever YLBook Club starting May 20 and Yoga on Draft on Instagram Live.
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