Event: Work out, then Chill Out, at CLAY Health Club + Spa

 Well+Good takes over CLAY Health Club + Spa for an afternoon of
fitness, beauty, nutrition, and a little R&R at the spa

Saturday, October 15
2:00 – 5:00 p.m.
CLAY is located at 25 West 14th Street (between Fifth and Sixth Aves.)
RSVP Required:
[email protected]

First, choose your workout:

A) 2:30 – Clay Cycle with Jamie Norcini (Only 15 spots available)

B) 2:30 – Flow and Glow Yoga with Narween Otto

C) Create your own schedule, using the weight and cardio decks.

Then, chill out—in the sauna or on the roof deck:

Shaffali Miglani
Shaffali Miglani, founder of natural beauty line, Shaffali

Spend the afternoon luxuriating in the spa-like locker room with four private saunas, and hanging out with a friend in the chic lounge by the fireplace or on the roof deck.

At 4:00 p.m., learn how your workouts might be causing breakouts from Shaffali Miglani, founder of natural beauty line, Shaffali. In this 10-minute interactive talk, you’ll learn how to cleanse your skin (and how often), what ingredients do the trick, and try samples of Shaffali’s purifying products.

Well+Good Readers will also enjoy:

-Post-workout recovery snacks created by Christy Maskeroni, CLAY’S nutrition guru, and smoothie sampling.
-Chair massages and skin and hand treatments.
-Raffle prizes and giveaways.
-And 20 percent off any spa treatment booked that day!

To secure your spot, please email [email protected] and let us know if you want to book Clay Cycle or yoga—or plan to create your own program anytime from 2:00–5:00 p.m.

All attendees will receive a confirmation email within 24 hours. Click here to send this invitation to a friend!

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