6 Ways to Recover from Overindulgence
Balance your mind and body this holiday season
Let’s face it: The holidays are tough. The eating, drinking and family drama can really wear on you. Look at this as an opportunity to add some new self-care to your routine, like ordering in a massage or trying drop-in meditation. Check out our list of surprising feel-better hacks.
Into alternative therapies? If you’re not now, you will be after Julianna Davis clears blocked energy meridians by placing quartz, jade and other stones on your chakras while you lie on a massage table ($120). You’ll leave feeling more rested and calm.
Auralux, 12012 Wilshire Blvd., Ste. 200; 323-988-1115 or healingwithjules.com
After gorging on stuffing, you’d feel empty with a full-on juice cleanse. Instead, order a three-day meal delivery from Kore Kitchen ($285), designed to boost immunity and eliminate toxins.
Have a hangover or food poisoning? Call The Cure L.A. and it will send a certified medical practitioner to your home to give you a 40-minute intravenous drip of replenishing water and vitamins ($299).
Massage House Call
Be spontaneous: Call Zeel to order a same-day, in-house Swedish, deep-tissue, sports or prenatal massage (from $88) in your home. Our advice: Splurge on the 90-minute sesh.
Drop-in guided meditation classes ($22) at Unplug Meditation allow you to jump right in to the calming, energizing world of mindfulness. Just wear comfortable clothing, lean back and follow the teacher’s gentle breathing instructions for a half hour.
Unplug Meditation, 12401 Wilshire Blvd.; 310-826-8899 or unplugmeditation.com