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Peep the schedule at REV Cycle Studios (McHenry Row and Brewers Hill) because they’re featuring women-inspired rides and classes in honor of Women’s History Month. Not only can you sign up for sweet sweat sessions like “Girls Just Wanna Have Fun” and “Strong as a Mother” barre workouts, you can also catch instructor of the month Maddison R for discounted classes ($15) all month.
It’s always hard to say goodbye, especially to a vegan-forward restaurant and bar at the crossroads of Harbor East, Fells Point, and Harbor Point. L’Eau de Vie Organic Brasserie closed its doors on March 1 and we’re seriously going to miss the plant-based menu, the signature cocktails, and the blueberry crepes for weekend brunch. Thank you for bringing Baltimore all the organic, French-flare cuisine and concepts for two great years.
Gina Rose, CPT
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Oprah is doing Oprah things and giving everyone a taste of wellness. One of her health-based investments is dropping a location near Charm City in the form of a restaurant — True Food Kitchen. With gluten-free, vegetarian, vegan, and organic menu options, we can’t wait for this spot to open later this year. You get a True Food Kitchen. You get a True Food Kitchen. Everyone gets a True Food Kitchen!
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ICYMI, Bambao opened in Harbor East right before we rang in the new year. The fast-casual restaurant serves up flavorful, steamed bun (bao) sandwiches, bubble tea, and now, a new vegan stir fry(!), all with a goal to “feed the spirit within.” The eatery is also committed to bringing the community together through monthly “Wellness Wednesday” experiences. If you missed the past two meetups, don’t sleep on your chance to get sweaty during the next fitness collab on March 18.
Gina Rose, CPT
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Ben & Jerry’s may be from Vermont but they’re shaking up the Cleveland scene with three new vegan flavors! Made with a unique sunflower butter base, you can now grab a pint (or two) of “Milk” & Cookies, Mint Chocolate Chip, and Crème Brûlée Cookie at Giant Eagle, Target, Walgreens, and their University Heights scoop shop. Who says being dairy-free means you can indulge?
It’s been a long time coming, but Falls Yoga and Barre on the corner of State & Portage in Cuyahoga Falls is gearing up to open at the end of March! Expect two studio spaces; one dedicated to hot yoga and barre (with infrared lights) and one that’ll be perfect for meditation and restorative classes. Even better, the new yoga haven is also dedicated to being plastic-free and plans to sell reusable items in their retail section. Follow them on Instagram for updates on opening day!
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Get ready to put in some serious work at Westlake’s newest studio, The Workshop. Focusing on the body-mind connection, the boutique concept offers dance-heavy cardio classes, plus HIIT, kettlebell, yoga, and sculpt workouts to get you feeling your best while enjoying a positive, no-judgment environment.
ICYMI, Six Shooter Coffee moved down the street to 15613 Waterloo! The new cafe is flooded with natural light and offers plenty of space to work and catch up with friends. Of course, they're still serving up some of the best coffee in Cleveland. Stop by their new location to check it out and grab one of their delicious pour-overs while you’re at it.
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We all know Cleveland has no shortage of amazing yoga studios but Gather Yoga is getting outside of the studio and into the community. The new brand aims to make fitness fun and accessible for everyone by offering free yoga classes designed for all levels (donations highly encouraged) at various coffee shops, restaurants, and parks around the city. Get to know this tight-knit group and follow their social media accounts for updates on their next class!
Milestone Athletic Club is officially open in Willoughby Hills, and they have just about everything you need to stay on top of your game. Go for some laps in their 25-yard pool, push sleds on professional-grade turf, or take advantage of their top-of-the-line exercise equipment in their functional training area. If group fitness is more your thing, they offer Pilates, yoga, and cycling classes to get your heart pumping throughout the week. Oh, and before you hit the road, make sure you check out their recovery room featuring NormaTec and HydroMassage gear.
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Get excited, gang. The Waterfront Partnership officially broke ground in January, which means phase one of the new Rash Field development is finally underway. The park will create more opportunities for fitness, recreation, entertainment, and more. And rumor has it that by summer 2021, we’ll have another sandy beach (aside from the Sandlot), a skate park(!), a fresh-air fitness area, and tons of field space to get our gameplay on. There are also plans for a pavilion-style cafe with waterfront views of our beloved city. Let the countdown begin!
If you find yourself on the west side of the beltway, don’t sleep on The Common Kitchen. This “uncommon marketplace” currently hosts 11 food stalls with varying cuisines — and since we love options, we can’t think of a better spot to pull up a stool. The best part? There are plenty of healthy concepts to choose from. Indulge in the classic poke bowl at Blowfish Poke, or sip on some locally-roasted coffee, cold-pressed juice, and local kombucha from the Trifecto Bar. And keep an eye out for more additions coming soon.
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