I’m going to keep it local this Friday and recommend 5 local businesses that are great sources for keeping your health and wellness in check. I have personally frequented all of these businesses, met the owner at most, and will definitely be back again. Supporting local business is something that my husband and I feel very strongly about. We try to spend our money in places that will benefit our community as a whole and also feel that, through our own personal experiences, we’ve had better service and connections in local businesses as opposed to big business.
I have ClassPass so I don’t belong to one particular yoga studio right now, but this is the studio I probably frequent most often. They offer a lot of classes, so they don’t get too full and the instructors are helpful and could not be nicer.
Kapok Pilates and Wellness
Aerial yoga was something I was terrified of trying but the instructors at this studio are so helpful and really help you understand the movements. The importance they place on avoiding injury while still pushing your body is why I continue to go.
Good Vibes Juice Co.
Not only are the juice blends at this place delicious but the staff is highly informed on the benefits and will make suggestions. The decor is laid back and the location in Dunedin is right by the marina, perfect for a walk down main street to the water.
Wild Fields Grocery
Two locations, one in Palm Harbor and one in Belleair Bluffs, offer fresh and organic produce, meat and seafood. They also have premade food and an organic pantry. I’ve been able to find some brands that they don’t sell in the larger markets around this area.
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