We're celebrating sixteen years of being in business with our first open house Soiree! On Thursday February 5th, from 5-8pm, you're invited to stop by for Prosecco, Sweets and Swag. The party is at our place— 20 W. 20th St, NYC, in our Sweet Spot and Studio, #309 and #904. Join us, as we look forward and back on sixteen years of muscle and guiltless goodness. Speaking of that, you'll be able to snag some bakery deals too! #TPBsweet16
Do It Better. No, Really! Do It Better. I know it's the start of a brand new year. You'd think I'd be using it as an opportunity to look forward, but what's on my mind is looking back. I'm remembering the days when gym floors were strictly where weight lifting happened and studios were strictly for taking class after class of what was essentially dancing and jumping. The most basic cardio was done in leg warmers and headbands. As simple as their selection was, you had to pay for the experience, per session or maybe you buy a week's worth or a month. Strangely, I find myself missing the simple approach health clubs used to offer. Yes, I know all...
2nd order in less then a week.... think maybe i am addicted ... yep-buts its a healthy addiction!
- Mallory V.
The versatility of ginger as a culinary ingredient is expansive, but its health benefits are even more astonishing. Ginger has been well known for its medicinal properties in Asia for thousands of years. Ginger attributes its healing properties to several compounds, including shogaol, zingerone, and gingerols. Studies have shown that ginger relieves a variety of ailments including inflammation, motion sickness, respiratory issues, and digestive discomfort. Besides existing organically in nature, ginger also beats non-steroidal anti-inflammatory drugs (NSAIDs) because it not only blocks the formation of inflammatory compounds, but it also has antioxidant effects that target existing inflammation and the acidity of the fluid within joints. This little herbal root is one of nature's miracles.