We’ve all heard about the Seattle freeze and some of us have even experienced it. In fact, there is even a cleverly named ice-cream shop called the Seattle freeze.
March is about to go out like a lamb, and we’re happily sharing exciting tidbits to enhance the transition to a promising new month.
It’s been a roller coaster winter this year. In comparison to past years, there’s been more sun and less rain at the expense of a lot of snow. While I personally loved the snow (don’t hate me) I think we’re all more than ready to put that past us, right? As we anxiously await spring and warmer temperatures, here’s a list of our favorite parks for walks (you just might need to bundle up).
Herbivore Botanicals releases Emerald, a new facial oil made with weed
When I heard local beauty gurus Herbivore Botanicals was releasing a new skincare product made with cannabis, I wasn’t surprised. That’s so Seattle. Many other beauty companies have been using CBD (Do yourself a favor and get a Kush Queen bath bomb – your welcome) to soothe aches and pains and enhance relaxation for some time, but I love supporting local and was excited to learn why Herbivore decided to dabble with cannabis.
Spice up your workout routine with this fun workout
Coreo Fitness is a new dance and fitness studio in the Lower Queen Anne neighborhood. They specialize in Bungee Workout, and the first studio to bring this new modality to the west coast.
Flywheel is doing an extensive brand refresh and remodeling of its two Seattle-area locations in South Lake Union and Bellevue. All renovations are scheduled to be completed by Friday, October 26th. Flywheel is the leading boutique fitness brand that pioneered putting technology on an indoor cycling bike and has been providing results-driven classes across the US.
Experience yoga in the sky with a 360-degree panoramic view in the heart of downtown Seattle. Sky View Observatory, the tallest public viewing area in the Pacific Northwest is offering a four-part Vinyasa yoga series starting Sunday, October 21st at $20.00 per class.
Fabletics, an athleisure brand by Kate Hudson, opened their first retail location in the Pacific Northwest. The brand opened a flagship store at The Bellevue Collection, located in Bellevue Square on August 30th. The brand will celebrate its 5-year anniversary this October and has enhanced in-store concepts, brand new in-store look, and special collections for this landmark occasion.
BurnCycle gives Beyonce fans the ride of their lives.
Now here’s some happy news: To celebrate its five-year anniversary, BurnCycle—a rockin’ cycling studio with outposts in Ballard + Capitol Hill—is giving away two club-level seats to Jay-Z and Beyonce’s ON THE RUN II tour, which wraps here in Seattle on October 4.
Finding ways to relax in the city and beyond.
After a long stretch of smoky skies and the feeling of fall lurking in the air, we’re sensing the need to head inside for peaceful pampering. Here are a few spas around the region ready to help you press “refresh.”