It has been an awesome week so far for many of us. Hopefully you are enjoying it, but either way we have some things for you to do today that will be great for you to do to relax and just feel better overall. If you are in the windy city of Chicago and are free of a budget, today’s Health & Wellness edition of Dollars & Sense is just for you! Check it out below.
Visit The Savon Spa
With vegan pedicures, organic scrubs and skin treatments using everything from chamomile to sea-buckthorn berry, Savon isn’t your run-of-the-mill spa. An experience here starts with admiring the glass chandeliers and dainty white furniture dotting the space. Even the pedicure room shines with a wall sconce from Possini featuring cascading crystals that look like glittering rainfall. Besides offering facials, manicures, pedicures, massages and waxing, Savon is also part medical spa. They offer everything from laser hair removal to lash-plumping Latisse.
3635 N. Halsted Street
Chicago, IL 60613
Visit The From The Center Pilates Studios
Whether you’re a fitness newbie or a Pilates pro, From the Center Pilates Studio gives you the chance to learn from master instructors who live and breathe the practice. Owner Patrick O’Brien jumped on board in 1991 to learn the ins and outs of the full-body conditioning program. Today, he’s a certified master instructor who writes for Pilates Style magazine and presents workshops across the country.
Known as an excellent workout for soothing sore or injured muscles, new and devoted Pilates practitioners take in the dozens of perks, from a tighter core and toned arms to better balance and posture. Classes offered include both mat and Reformer, where you’ll use equipment with resistant springs designed to help strengthen and stretch your muscles. A warm and simple space, From the Center is alive with warm colors, hardwood floors and immaculate equipment.
220 W. Huron
Chicago, IL 60654
4721 N. Clark Street
Chicago, IL 60640
Financial Tip Of The Day
Cancel Unused Club Memberships
Are you paying dues at a club that you never use? Like, for instance, a gym membership or a country club membership? Cancel these club memberships, even if you think you might use them again someday – you can always renew the membership at a later date if it turns out that you actually do miss it.