Hong Kong is a non- stop city, and for many of us who live on a constant busy schedule it can be difficult to stay healthy by eating properly and finding time to go to the gym when there is mcdonalds on every corner. Luckily, we’re not completely out of hope, and there are definitely ways of staying healthy without giving up your social calendar! Here is a guide to stay healthy from the inside out on a busy schedule in the 852 with Hong Kong’s easiest and most convenient services.
For last minute work outs:
It may not come as a shock, but we at BloomMe are suckers for a deal, and for convenience. But it also may not surprise you that we love being given choice for high quality services. That’s why we swear by Guavapass for fitness. Guavapass is a one-pass fits all app that gives you unlimited access to fitness and yoga studios. You pay one price per month (either $588 or $988 depending on the package you buy) and can access & book any of the hundreds of studios across Hong Kong in one swift click on your schedule.
We personally love the community aspect of Guavapass, with exclusive events with wellness experts, or specialty yoga classes it really makes you feel like you’re a part of an empowering community all with a similar outlook on life.
BloomMe Perk: use code “100OFF” for $100 off Guavalite packages.
For the namaSTAY at home yogi:
No time to walk to a studio, or have children that need you to be at home that makes you feel like you have no time to work out? If this sounds like you, then you definitely want to check out Inspire Yoga. Inspire Yoga not only give private and intimate yoga classes that tailor make your experience, but they give these amazing classes right from the comfort of your own home. Whether you’re looking to improve your strength, perfecting your alignment or deepening your stretches, Inspire Yoga brings the personable approach to give you a class tailored to your needs, something that you’ll never find in many of the over crowded classes in gyms.
To experience the personalized yoga classes from Inspire Yoga quote InspireMe to enjoy 10% from any package of classes.
No time to pop to Wellcome?
Jousun is an amazing website that delivers healthy and organic groceries right to your door with just a few clicks of a button. Organic fruit and veg aren’t always easy to come by in Hong Kong, and especially without a huge price tag. Jousun cuts the price tag and increases the convenience tenfold. It’s an absolute lifesaver for busy people on the go and perfect for those that love a healthy morning smoothie.
No time to cook?
If you’re the type of person that loves the idea of meal planning, but doesn’t necessarily have the time or kitchen space, then Nosh are perfect for you! Head Chef Kevin James from the W Hotel and his team prepare different delicious healthy meals delivered to your home or office every day and the best part is that it doesn’t make you feel like you’re dieting- we particularly loved the chicken and chorizo jambalaya with mixed peppers and brown rice. Each day is totally different so you’re never bored with the same meal twice!
BloomMe perk: Get $100 off your first order with code Bloomme100 from now till 30th September 2017
The more you know the easier it becomes to stay healthy in Hong Kong. No need for panicked dashes to McD’s or panicked runs up the escalators for a bit of exercise! Don’t forget that being healthy isn’t just about working out and eating right! Regular massages are proven to help insomnia, stress, anxiety as well as sooth your muscles after exercise. Download BloomMe to browse and book over 1,300 spas & salons in Hong Kong, and whether you need to nourish your skin with a rejuvenating facial, or if you’ve been on feet too much and are in need of a much deserved foot massage, BloomMe has you covered.
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Hong Kong is a non- stop city, and for many of us who live on a constant busy schedule it can be difficult to stay healthy by eating properly and finding time to go to the gym when there is mcdonalds on every corner. Luckily, we’re not completely out of hope, and there are definitely…