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How do you make a good thing even better? A makeover, of course. The Atlanta institution overhauled its Buckhead location in March, adding new shampoo bowls with neck and lumbar support as well as state-of-the-art lighting and enhanced stylist stations with charging outlets, all to improve comfort and convenience for the salon’s hundreds of daily patrons.
Gyms can be intimidating places for people with injuries and mobility issues. But this Marietta studio is the definition of inclusive, offering workouts that utilize giant bungee cords that strap to the body so that you bounce and float while you work out, saving your joints from taking a pounding during cardio and weight training.
Dr. Diane Alexander, cofounder of the first all-woman physician plastic-surgery practice in Atlanta, has opened a new Buckhead spa offering a wide range of treatments, including buzz-worthy CoolSculpting and Platelet Rich Plasma (the “vampire facelift”). Skin products for sale include SkinCeuticals, UMA Oils, and the sought-after French line, Biologique Recherche. Designed by Atlanta’s Smith Hanes Studio, the spa walls display art by the likes of Harriet Leibowitz, Todd Murphy, Gregory Colbert, and Vee Speers—making it a beautiful place to get beautiful.
Bikram yoga—where you always perform the same 26 poses, in the same sequence, in stifling heat—can seem very strict, with rules about where your mat goes and when you can drink water. Co-owned by actor and musician Cleveland Willis, this Decatur studio appeals to purists by staying true to the discipline. But it’s also warmly welcoming to newbies and the balance-challenged.