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Disney Springs Offers Special Wellness Perks For the New Year

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The new runDisney apparel. Credit: Disney Parks Blog

On Wellness Wednesdays in January, there will be a HIIT Workout Class presented by Fabletics (which is the activewear brand founded by actress Kate Hudson), a Warrior One Yoga class presented by lululemon, a HIIT Workout Class presented by Under Armour, and a Orlando Power Yoga class presented by Fabletics.

The Fitness Friday events will be a Warrior One Yoga class presented by lululemon and a HIIT Workout Class presented by Under Armour. You do have to register in advance for these classes; Guests can do so on DisneySprings.com!

Food options from The Polite Pig

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The Disney Parks Blog is also promoting “a well-balanced diet” for Guests. The treats from Erin McKenna’s Bakery NYC are recommended; they’re “vegan, gluten-free and delicious”! At Frontera Cocina, the Taqueria Ensalada (a salad including “Arcadian lettuce, poblano rajas, carrot, radish, avocado, tortilla strips, Cotija cheese and an avocado-lime vinaigrette”) is popular. At Planet Hollywood, the Hollywood Bowl is apparently “a standout salad that features Romaine lettuce, house-roasted turkey breast, hard-boiled egg, avocado, Roma tomato, and cucumber”.

Hungry Guests can also find healthy options at The Polite Pig, such as the Caesar and Cobb Salads (without bacon),  the Chicken Salad Wrap, the Roasted Beets, the Tomato Watermelon Salad, the Grilled Street Corn or the Polite Baked Beans!

This Shepherd Went Vegan from Raglan Road Irish Pub and Restaurant

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The Raglan Road Irish Pub and Restaurant’s “plant-based Shepherd’s Pie” and “Raglan Risotto” are also popular choices for anyone seeking a healthier version of comfort food. However, if you want a flavorful punch in your meals, Yesake’s Tofu Power Bowl is apparently “a hearty mix of organic tofu, avocado, spinach, carrot, cabbage, cucumber, tempura crunch and wasabi ponzu”.

The Tofu Power Bowl from Yesake

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Disney is also promoting wellness and healthy habits that can come back home with you after a trip to Walt Disney World Resort. A “relaxing living space outfitted with products that evoke calm and support your wellbeing” could include Basin products like eco-friendly shampoo and conditioner bars, bath bombs, or shower bombs. Skincare products and bath products with “fresh, soothing aromas” can be a great way to brighten your self-care routine!

If you want a more high-octane commitment to happier skin, try the L’Occitane Overnight Reset Oil-In-Serum. This face oil and serum features “3,000 micro bubbles of encapsulated immortelle essential oil with anti-aging benefits”. If you have oily skin, a face oil like this can actually make your skin produce less oil over time! Be sure to use it before bed, since skin repairs itself the most while we’re sleeping.

Overnight Reset Oil-In-Serum by L’Occitane

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Two other brands that Disney Springs is promoting this month are Fit2Run and The Spice & Tea Exchange. If you’re a fan of tea, then you can currently get 50% off of 1-ounce tea bags when you purchase an infuser mug.

If your new year’s resolutions involve revamping your wardrobe and refreshing your home decor as well as exercising more, upgrading your self-care and skincare routines, and eating a healthier diet, then you’ll also want to check out the soft pastel collections that have just come out from Disney!

About Sharon

Sharon is a writer and animal lover from New England. Sharon's two main focuses in her work are Disney's correlations with pop culture and the significance of Disney princesses (which was the basis for her college thesis). When she's not writing about Disney, Sharon spends her time singing, dancing, and cavorting with woodland creatures!