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5 Tips to Healthy Living in the Hill Country

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Making New Year’s resolutions or general commitments to make healthier choices goes well usually until the middle of January. After the first few motivated weeks, the salads and early morning treadmill workouts start to give way to indulging in a dessert or hitting the snooze button for a few more minutes in your warm bed.  Here are five unique experiences to spice your new routine that will give you a little more motivation as we head into February.

1. Stay Active

5 Tips to Healthy Living in the Hill Country

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Staying on track with healthy goals in 2016 is easy when you have a beautiful backdrop to keep you entertained. The scenery and sounds at Reimer’s Ranch will become the soundtrack that helps you stay focused. You’ll barely realize you’re exercising with the mountain biking or hiking trails offered. The park also offers “Bird Walks” from October through April on the 1st Saturday of the month. Check their website for more details.

2. Clean Eating

5 Tips to Healthy Living in the Hill Country

Photo: Casa de Luz on Facebook

A restaurant on the cutting edge of health and wellness is Casa de Luz in Austin, TX. The fully organic, vegan, gluten free establishment boasts an affordable set menu daily from 7 AM to 8:30 PM. The specialty meals change weekly and the large table encourage those seeking a meal among new friends to grown their community. The center is a non-profit community asset with the mission to encourage complete wellness of body and mind.

3. Focus the Body & Mind

5 Tips to Healthy Living in the Hill Country

Photo: The Still Water Studio on Facebook

Mixing up your workout at Wimberley Hot Yoga is the perfect way to insure you stay engaged and motivated. Reaching your goals for fewer pounds or greater flexibility can be achieved through yoga. Since 2005, Helen Stutchbury has been teaching yoga. She currently runs daily hot yoga classes in Wimberley, TX open to the entire community. Contact Helen for class times and location through her website.

4. Explore While Exercising

5 Tips to Healthy Living in the Hill Country
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