Our Top Picks for Neighborhoods with a Focus on Wellness

Our Top Picks for Neighborhoods with a Focus on Wellness

Location is key while searching for a home and in Fort Lauderdale, finding a property with easy access to wellness destinations is increasing on the list of must-haves for buyers. As the city expands, a focus on wellness is apparent and we’ve put together three spots that offer area buyers more than just an ideal location.  These go-to options offer lifestyle amenities that will have you finding your center and a sense of wellbeing, in whatever shape or form that works best for you.    And, most of these picks offer first-time incentives including complimentary classes and discounts on services. Ready for wellness?


Fort Lauderdale Spa

Lifestream Spa & Boutique 

It’s easy to drive past this Fort Lauderdale go-to for the city’s best spa treatments including massages, body services, facials and more.  . We love the under-the radar-status of this wellness gem and while it may seem hidden, appointments need to be booked in advance, thanks to their devoted following. They also offer a membership that offers a percentage discount on all services. Lifestream Spa & Boutique is located close to Coral Ridge, Middle River Terrace, Coral Shores and Wilton Manors. Insider’s Tip: go all in when they offer you the oversized, animal slippers.


Fort Lauderdale Yoga

Yoga Joint

With locations popping up all over town, we love the original location of Yoga Joint on 17th street. A collection of vinyasa flow classes, both heated and non-heated, as well as the recent introduction of a 45-minute core class, Yoga Joint is the perfect place to find both mental and physical balance.  They also host workshops and yoga labs on the weekends to help new and experienced yogis take their practice even farther. Get into downward dog with an unlimited membership for only $89. Ask about their first-time offer which is only $40 and gives access to the studio for two weeks. Yoga Joint South is located close to Rio Vista, Harbordale, Fort Lauderdale Beach, Croissant Park, River Oaks, Victoria Park and Tarpon River.


Fort Lauderdale Fitness

PumpFit Club

You might not have known that one of the biggest fitness gurus (we’re talking cover of Oxygen magazine, recognized in Women’s Health and has more than 310K Instagram followers) has a gym right here in FTL? Hannah Eden, yes, the uber toned fitness expert with the signature fire-red mane, has created a destination gym with a focus on building personal mental and physical strength through high intensity group workouts. You’ll definitely want to follow her @hannaheden_fitness account on Instagram to learn new workout techniques and find out about upcoming classes. The gym is located close to downtown, Flagler Village, Victoria Park and FAT Village. Insider’s Tip: PumpFit Club offers local Fort Lauderdale residents a free three-day pass to check it out.

Looking for more information on area destinations that cater to a wellness-driven lifestyle? Drop us a note and we’ll be sure to add spas, gyms, health-conscious restaurants, fitness studios and more to your search criteria.

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