March 10, 2020 at 04:00PM by CWC
Los Angeles is rife with options for flexing your wellness muscles and learning more about the art of living a well life: You have the environmental benefit of mood-boosting warmth and sunniness, healthy food locales, and the seemingly endless fitness options to explore. But sometimes, even if you’re interested in learning more about the art of living a well life and doing so joyfully, the sheer abundance of those options can be overwhelming.
That’s why in the latest episode of What the Wellness, Well+Good producer Ella Dove breaks down the can’t-miss wellness hot spots in West Hollywood, to give you a cheat sheet of sorts. And if you’re looking for wellness under one roof, she has you covered with a locale on Sunset Boulevard that has everything you could imagine for helping to stabilize your mind and body’s equilibrium: Remedy Place.
Remedy Place is a veritable Disneyland of innovative healing treatments. A few sophisticated practices worth trying out? Well, the spot, which bills itself as a social wellness club, offers cryotherapy, a compression lounge for lymphatic drainage, hyperbaric chambers, and more so you can really choose how you want to get your Zen on.
Social wellness club Remedy Place offers cryotherapy, a compression lounge for lymphatic drainage, hyperbaric chambers, and more.
“Life’s stressful, and we can’t eliminate all the stress on our body, so it’s our job to counteract each stress we put on the body, and to bring your body back to balance,” says Jonathan Leary, MD concierge wellness doctor and founder and CEO of Remedy Place.
When you’re done rejuvenating with any number of the services on offer, you can saunter to Remedy Place’s bar to enjoy some vitamin-infused mocktails. And after that? Dove has plenty of suggestions to add to your to-do list. Whether you want to swing by the best shop to pick up some bright-yellow athleisure, get your HIIT on at the most-beloved workout in LA, grab a quick coffee and chia-seed pudding, or unwind away from the city in a gorgeous park, West Hollywood seems to have it all. Watch the full video to see which spots make the must-visit list.
Want to see the offerings on the other side of the coast? See why Brooklyn’s Williamsburg is practically Wellnessberg. Or stay in the neighborhood with Nic’s on Beverly, the LA restaurant where Alicia Silverstone gets her avocado on.