Wellness Destination: Montrose
More and more in life, money means nothing without good health. Your physical and spiritual wellbeing are important, and the keys to your longevity are enhanced when special care is taken with the right combination of a good diet, exercise and proper rest. Take action today – use it or lose it in Montrose, California, a well-known destination for health and wellness.
Start the day with a walk through the scenic streets. Getting outside and walking is one of the best things you can do. Walking has been proved to manage various conditions including heart disease, high blood pressure, type-2 diabetes and general mood enhancement. Stroll the scenic streets of Montrose with a pet or loved one.
For those who live outside the foothills, drive up the scenic 2 and 210 freeways for the perfect outdoor destination and some of the highest rated fitness trails in Los Angeles. Cherry Canyon Park is a local favorite with hiking trails and sweeping views. The Beaudry Loop Hike is another great place to hike and mountain bike, offering breathtaking views of Downtown L.A. Take your time and you will be rewarded with fantastic views at the Descanso Trail. On a clear day, you can see all the way to Catalina Island.
For real fitness enthusiasts, we have several options to suit your preferences. There’s Wundabar Pilates, Revolution Dance, Master’s Tae Kwon Do, CrossFit Montrose, Pedal Spin Studio, CrossFit Crescenta Valley and Yoga Rock Studios. Many offer group classes and personal training to best suit your needs. Visit shopmontrose.com for links to their websites.
Last but not least, load up on fresh food at our Harvest Market every Sunday. Each week offers a healthy variety of tasty food items from curry, gumbo, fruit pies, empanadas, Hawaiian barbecue, and fresh fruit and veggies, just to name a few. Come on in and bring a friend … it’s all happening in Montrose.
This week the Sunday Harvest Market features a new crop of delicious Gala apples, fresh fish from our newest vendor Smart Fish Company and Asian pears. Dry skin? Visit Pat Crowder in the Marketplace section. Her cream selections will rejuvenate your skin! Relax to the soothing and beautiful music of Mark Achuff. And don’t forget our shops and restaurants in Montrose . . . open on Sunday to fill your needs!