Places to Beat the Blues
Cure the winter blahs with a Square One spa treatment such as their client-adored Elemental Nature Facial or Signature Pedicure. Trained massage therapists and aestheticians take clients on an Aveda Sensory Journey during each service. Downtown Salon, 506 E. 3rd St., Dayton, 937-461-2222. Centerville Salon, 1 N. Main St., Centerville, 937-433-4900, squareonesalon.com.
Get in Step
Tone your body, lose pounds and dance your worries away during a Pure Barre workout. Founded in classical ballet basics but tailored to suit any age or fitness level, the 55-minute classes are set to motivating music. The high-intensity movements are low impact and easy on the joints. 62 W. Franklin St., Dayton, 937-535-2876, purebarre.com/oh-dayton.
Get a workout that packs a punch at Drake’s Downtown Gym. The Hitts and Mitts class is appropriate for beginners ready to get in shape and for fit individuals looking for a new challenge. For children, the action-packed, non-contact Kids and Mitts class teaches the basics of boxing while building strength, flexibility and coordination. This full-service facility also offers traditional gym equipment, classes and personal training to clientele who are serious about exercise. 207 E. 4th Street, Dayton, 937-223-6193. jabcityboxing.biz.
The Perfect Match
Natural beauty products plus on-trend fashion equals the perfect formula for success. Blush Boutique and Skin Food share a storefront at Indigo Massage & Salon in North Dayton. Blush Boutique owner Kristyn Brown creates modern clothing and accessories for women of all shapes and sizes, and clients swear by Aubrey Brockert’s skin care line, Skin Food, made from organic, free-trade ingredients. 351 S. Dixie Dr., Vandalia, 937-510-5076, blushCouture.net, facebook.com/indigosalonspaboutique.