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Austin Way - 2017 - Issue 1 - Spring - Spoon

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at Domain Northside, features a med-spa menu with many appealing treatments. 215 S. Lamar Blvd., 1811 W. 35th St., Domain Northside, 512-300- 2256; NEW W3LL PEOPLE After winning national acclaim for its skincare line focusing on minimalist, organic makeup, W3LL People has not only opened its second location, at Domain Northside, but its products have recently become available at Anthropologie, Whole Foods Market, and Target stores across the country. 215 S. Lamar Blvd., Unit B, 512-366-7963; Domain Northside, 800-790-1563; FITNESS COREPOWER YOGA Open your mind, heat up your body, and reconnect to your inner power at this Market District studio. 801 W. Fifth St., 512-542- 9642; NEW CRUSH FITNESS Power couple Lander Peerman and Noah Wright's "crush" on each other sparked the opening of Crush Fitness, based on a workout format with equal- length intervals of cardio on a treadmill and weight training and resistance exercises in a group setting. Classes are held in a clublike environment with pumping music, flattering lights, and a trainer to help you burn up to 800 calories in an hour. 300 S. Lamar Blvd., Ste. O, 512-480- 0077; KOR180 Founded by Maja Kermath, Kor180 focuses on the three pillars of wellness: exercise, nutrition, and community. With two locations, Kor180 combines Pilates with cycling for an invigorating workout. 1611 W. Fifth St., Ste. 140, 512-243-7955; 11005 N. Burnet Road, Ste. 106, 512-772- 2541; LOVE CYCLING STUDIO Love Cycling's intense 45-minute workouts are designed to inspire and move riders emotionally, physically, and spiritually. This studio is truly about community, with a team of passionate owners and instructors. 507 Pressler St., Ste. 900, 512-761-3398; MOD FITNESS Barre work, Pilates, yoga, strength training, and other techniques all come together for full-body wellness. 2041 S. Lamar Blvd., 4406 Burnet Road, 512-765-5663; ORANGETHEORY With a dozen studios in Austin, Orangetheory's concept of inter- val training is clearly catching on. Its classes are based on the physi- ological principle known as excess post-exercise oxygen consump- tion, so its 60-minute classes are all about intervals and the use of heart-rate monitors, so you can still burn calories up to 36 hours after class. Various locations; orange PURE PILATES Pure Pilates incorporates strength- training and cardio intervals using the popular Lagree Fitness Method on the Megaformer machine. 2222 Rio Grande St., Ste. 105, 512-243- 7510; The Domain, 512-551-9370; RIDE Austinites flock to Ride, founded by Kim Dowling, in part because of the nonstop music. Its slogan, after all, is "Ride. Rock. Repeat." Look for themed classes, all using top-of-the-line Schwinn bikes. INSIDER TIP: Bikes fill up early, so reserve the one you want online before class. 117 Lavaca St., 512-322-5252; ride- ( 5 1 2 ) 7 7 0 - 6 5 1 5 3 3 0 0 B e e C a v e s R d , S t e 4 4 0 • A u s t i n , T e x a s Locally owned and proudly housing 360 Cashmere, Joie Shoes, Enza Costa, J Brand, Paige Denim, Liz James, Matt Bernson and more. Personal Styling Appointments Available. Visit us at Sold exclusively at Mark Thomas Studio Jefferson Square 1601 W. 38th Street, Suite 10 Austin, Texas 78731 514-459-6900 Mark Thomas Studio

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