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Kickstart your 2023 with a healthy lifestyle in the Pike District

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“New year, new you.” “The best is yet to come.” “Out with the old, in with the new.”

We’ve all heard these sayings, but how many of us have actually followed through with our resolutions all year long? We know just how tough it can be.

But this year, if your goal is to live a healthier lifestyle, you’re in luck! Living in and around the Pike District makes it easy to kickstart and keep up with a healthful routine. Check out some of our favorite foods and activities in the Pike District that support health and wellness.

Sweetgreen – Fresh veggies? Yes please! Some of our favorite Sweetgreen salads are the Harvest Bowl, Chicken Pesto Parm, and Shroomami, but you can choose from countless menu items or even build your own tasty bowl!

REIIf you're in need of new equipment to keep up with a healthy lifestyle, REI is a one stop shop. Find high quality items including clothing, fitness gear, and more!

Power Train - If you need a bit of help with workout motivation or learning what exercises are right for you, Power Train is the holy grail. Take advantage of their affordable personal training that will enable you to work at your own pace and comfort level.

Little Oasis Spa - Massages and facials? The easiest New Year's resolutions ever! Spoil yourself this year with relaxation and wellness at Little Oasis Spa.

Cava – Salad bowls, grain bowls, and pitas…oh my! We just can’t get enough of this freshly made Mediterranean goodness. Who knew healthy food could taste so delicious?

Club Pilates - If you’ve never tried pilates, you’re in for a treat. We never knew a workout could be so fun. Club Pilates is even offering newcomers a free intro class! Take advantage and sign up here.

Rock Creek Trail - Did you know walking can reduce the risk of heart disease and stroke, improve blood pressure control, decrease the risk for type 2 diabetes and breast and colon cancer, and help control weight? Grab some friends or listen to some good music and pop over to Rock Creek Trail, a 14.5 mile hard surface trail with stretches that run through the Pike District, to get some steps in!