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Healing Workouts Trend: Win a $150 workshop – Design Your Year at Equinox

Well+Good’s Trendy Giveaway: 10 Days of Wellness, With 10 Healthy Prizes

The signature healing workout—IntenSati

This year, New York City fitness instructors want to do more than kick your butt. They’re also looking for ways to incorporate healing—we’re talking mind and body—into their workouts.

Helping them do this is the Handel Group. The team of top-notch life coaches partners with the city’s best yoga and fitness teachers, creating mind-body workshops designed to overhaul whatever aspect of your life is lacking. They can help you jump-start your love life—or a new business.

One lucky Well+Good reader will win a spot at the Handel Group Design Your Year Event on Sunday, January 30. This one-day urban retreat with Molly Suggs and Hildie Dunn incorporates life-coaching exercises and a Sati workout, leaving you with a personalized set of tools to help you make 2011 your most-fulfilling year yet. The value of this prize is $150. If you don’t win, you can still get $50 off by entering WELLANDGOOD when you register.

To enter to win this one-day giveaway, use the Comments area to tell us what your number one goal is for 2011. Increase your chances of winning by Friending us on Facebook or following us on Twitter. (Please tag us so we know you did!) Giveaway ends at midnight tonight EST. The winner will be chosen at random and announced here tomorrow.

Check back tomorrow when we feature the Small-Batch Beauty Trend by giving away $390 worth of natural beauty products from Tata Harper.