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Four of Wands Wellness Collective: Self-Care and Community

Four of Wands Wellness Collective Williamsburg Store Window
Four of Wands exterior; all photos via Four of Wands

Four of Wands Wellness Collective (349 Leonard Street) is a self-care studio in Williamsburg, where people can find different kinds of holistic treatments, classes, handmade gifts, and a community space. Owner and Licensed Massage Therapist Daru Oda wanted to create a space for  doing “what makes you happy. We forget to do things that are fun or to expand our minds. At Four of Wands, we can take care of ourselves for an hour.”

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Get ready for summer at JUS by Julie

According to a pretty credible source, sober is the new drunk. And fresh juices are the new craft cocktails. A new generation of New Yorkers is opting for juice crawls rather than bar crawls to get their social kicks. So, are you ready to swap your Brooklyn Lager for a doctor Earth? Your Ragtime Rye for a ginger turmeric booster? Me neither. But I will definitely head straight for the green stuff in the morning after having a little too much fun at the bar (and I don’t mean the juice bar). That’s where JUS by Julie, with its new location at 629 Manhattan Avenue, comes to save the hungover morning.

Photo via JUS by Julie
Photo via JUS by Julie

Though not a registered stop on the crawl, JUS by Julie is a great place to go if you want a healthy boost before summer hits. We have our very own recently opened Jus by Julie nestled on Manhattan Avenue between Bedford and Nassau. Julie’s juices are blended rather than cold pressed so they might be a little thicker than what you are used to. By blending the whole fruit or vegetable, all of the fiber (read pulp) remains in the juice which will leave you feeling fuller and more satisfied. It might take a little getting used to if you usually go for cold pressed but founder and certified health coach, Julie Maleh, asserts that the fiber left in the juice helps the body to remove toxins and stabilize blood sugar. I haven’t tried it but I imagine this would make a cleanse quite a bit easier to do. And it is prime time for juice cleanses with summer right around the corner. Continue reading

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