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Published Tuesday Jan 14, 2020 by Erica Arvanitis

It’s Fitness, Baby: Our Favorite Classes & Studios That Offer Childcare 

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Barre

When our lives change (and families grow), our exercise routine changes, too. Whether you have a toddler on your hip or a teething baby, your idea of “me-time” can sometimes sound illusive. But just one hour at the gym—or your favorite fitness class—can give you mental clarity, strength, and much-needed alone time.  

Don’t have time to look? We’ve rounded up some of our favorite gyms and studios that offer childcare—check them out!  

The Dailey Method 

The scoop:  
At The Dailey Method, you can align your body, mind, and spirit. Not like other group fitness classes, The Dailey Method focuses on achieving a strong body through an evolving mix of fitness practices that samples the best benefits from different forms of exercise. No matter your experience or fitness level, you’ll be welcomed in by passionate fitness-lovers who want to help you become your best self

The classes: 
For busy mamas who could use a little relaxation, Dailey Release is a class that uses myofascial release techniques to improve mobility, flexibility, and overall comfort in the body. If you’re a mom, you know about the neck pain that comes from carrying babies around all day and soreness from bending over picking up toys. Reduce inflammation, pain, and chronic stress in your body and end with 5 minutes of meditation before heading back to your kiddos. 

The kiddos: 
One of the first fitness studios to offer in-studio childcare, The Dailey Method is committed to busy parents. Many of their studios offer professional childcare in a fun, friendly space, so you can focus on your workout without worry!  

Can’t bear to separate? Dailey Baby is a class designed to include your kiddo! If you’re a new mom, you can practice balance and fitness while bonding with your infant. Just bring your front pack carrier, a baby blanket, and your little one! Check your local studio for rates and availability. 

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The Dailey Method 

The scoop:  
At The Dailey Method, you can align your body, mind, and spirit. Not like other group fitness classes, The Dailey Method focuses on achieving a strong body through an evolving mix of fitness practices that samples the best benefits from different forms of exercise. No matter your experience or fitness level, you’ll be welcomed in by passionate fitness-lovers who want to help you become your best self

The classes: 
For busy mamas who could use a little relaxation, Dailey Release is a class that uses myofascial release techniques to improve mobility, flexibility, and overall comfort in the body. If you’re a mom, you know about the neck pain that comes from carrying babies around all day and soreness from bending over picking up toys. Reduce inflammation, pain, and chronic stress in your body and end with 5 minutes of meditation before heading back to your kiddos. 

The kiddos: 
One of the first fitness studios to offer in-studio childcare, The Dailey Method is committed to busy parents. Many of their studios offer professional childcare in a fun, friendly space, so you can focus on your workout without worry!  

Can’t bear to separate? Dailey Baby is a class designed to include your kiddo! If you’re a new mom, you can practice balance and fitness while bonding with your infant. Just bring your front pack carrier, a baby blanket, and your little one! Check your local studio for rates and availability. 

Barre3 

The scoop: 
Designed to help you stay present and challenge yourself, every class at barre3 is all about empowering people to develop a strong, balanced body and mind. Take an hour out of your day to feel energized, less stressed, and powerful for the rest of the 23 hours of your day.  
 
The classes: 
Come as you are to barre3’s signature class and get ready to shake. In this full-body workout, you’ll engage with muscles you haven’t worked before. Combining cardio, strength conditioning, and mindfulness, the driving factor behind each move is to teach people how to stay balanced and exude confidence.  
 
The kiddos:  

New mom trying to get back into your routine? barre3 knows the struggle. Many of their locations offer a Play Lounge where minors under the age of 18 are welcome to hang out while you’re kicking butt in barre! You can make reservations and purchase packages, so you can be sure you’ve secured a spot. Check out the info on studios near you to find out if the Play Lounge is an option for your kid!

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Barre3 

The scoop: 
Designed to help you stay present and challenge yourself, every class at barre3 is all about empowering people to develop a strong, balanced body and mind. Take an hour out of your day to feel energized, less stressed, and powerful for the rest of the 23 hours of your day.  
 
The classes: 
Come as you are to barre3’s signature class and get ready to shake. In this full-body workout, you’ll engage with muscles you haven’t worked before. Combining cardio, strength conditioning, and mindfulness, the driving factor behind each move is to teach people how to stay balanced and exude confidence.  
 
The kiddos:  

New mom trying to get back into your routine? barre3 knows the struggle. Many of their locations offer a Play Lounge where minors under the age of 18 are welcome to hang out while you’re kicking butt in barre! You can make reservations and purchase packages, so you can be sure you’ve secured a spot. Check out the info on studios near you to find out if the Play Lounge is an option for your kid!

Delta Life Fitness   

The scoop: 
This one is for the ladies! Train hard, have fun, and feel supported by the encouraging community of positive women at Delta Life Fitness, a female-focused fitness studio. It's a place for women to train right, designed to help you slim down and tone up. Their workouts are designed to work with a woman's metabolism to get you the best results quickly, so you can manage your busy schedule and still feel good. Bonus: you can even try one day for free!
 
The classes: 
Delta Life Fitness offers 30-minute workouts with the challenge of an hour. Their Tone and Torch class includes high-intensity exercises followed by low-intensity movements or resting periods. You’ll get your sweat on with bursts of cardio and sculpt your muscles with strengthening exercises—it’s a full-body burn. 
 
The kiddos:  
Delta Life Fitness offers members a supervised kid’s corner at all their gyms (with no extra cost). With fun, kid-friendly activities, your little one will be just as excited to be there as you are. Save money and time, and remove the worry of being late to your workout—sounds too good to be true, huh? 

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Delta Life Fitness   

The scoop: 
This one is for the ladies! Train hard, have fun, and feel supported by the encouraging community of positive women at Delta Life Fitness, a female-focused fitness studio. It's a place for women to train right, designed to help you slim down and tone up. Their workouts are designed to work with a woman's metabolism to get you the best results quickly, so you can manage your busy schedule and still feel good. Bonus: you can even try one day for free!
 
The classes: 
Delta Life Fitness offers 30-minute workouts with the challenge of an hour. Their Tone and Torch class includes high-intensity exercises followed by low-intensity movements or resting periods. You’ll get your sweat on with bursts of cardio and sculpt your muscles with strengthening exercises—it’s a full-body burn. 
 
The kiddos:  
Delta Life Fitness offers members a supervised kid’s corner at all their gyms (with no extra cost). With fun, kid-friendly activities, your little one will be just as excited to be there as you are. Save money and time, and remove the worry of being late to your workout—sounds too good to be true, huh? 

Erica Arvanitis MINDBODY
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Erica Arvanitis
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A copywriter by day, Erica spends her free time mastering the art of puzzles while forcing her 10-year-old Chow mix to wear sweaters. With experience in PR, social media, marketing, and copywriting, Erica lives and breathes the written word. Warning: don’t test her on Friends trivia - she will win every time.
cauliflower mini pizzas healthy recipe
Wellness
Published Thursday Jan 23, 2020 by Erica Fowler

Cauliflower Pizza Crust (Mini Pizzas)

Recipes
Food

Made into easy, single-serving portions, these tasty cauliflower mini pizzas are healthy with a crispy crust. Whether you more of a marinara fan or feeling pesto for dinner, you've gotta try this low-carb (but high in taste) meal. 

Ingredients
  • ¼ teaspoon of pink salt
  • 3 tablespoons of vegan parmesan
  • Flax egg (1 tablespoon of flax meal and 4 tablespoons of water)
  • 1 teaspoon of dried oregano
  • 1 tablespoon of arrowroot powder
  • 1 tablespoon of finely chopped basil plus more for topping
  • Homemade basil pesto or jar of marinara sauce
  • Sliced red bell pepper
  • Sliced mushrooms
  • Sliced red onion
  • Cherry tomatoes
  • Olives
  • 1 head of cauliflower
Directions
  • Preheat the oven to 350 degrees.
  • Wash and cut green leaves off of the cauliflower.
  • Place pieces of the cauliflower in the food processor and pulse until it becomes cauliflower rice.
  • Bring a pot to boil and add cauliflower rice and let it simmer for 5 minutes.
  • Combine ingredients for your flax egg and set aside for five or so minutes to thicken.
  • Remove from heat and use a fine strainer to strain the rice and let cool.
  • Once cool, take a nut milk bag and strain all the water out of the rice (an important step to get it as dry as possible).
  • While the cauliflower rice is cooking, warm a skillet and add sliced onion, sliced bell pepper, and mushrooms. Sauté them enough to be cooked since they won’t be in the oven long.
  • Once the cauliflower is dry, place in a large mixing bowl and add in salt, vegan parmesan, flax egg, arrowroot flour, chopped basil, and dried oregano. Mix all ingredients into a dough.
  • Line parchment paper on a baking sheet and sprinkle gluten-free flour on the paper to avoid dough sticking.
  • Take a section of the dough and flatten it into a circle shape and line it on the baking tray, continue making little pizzas until you are out of dough.
  • Bake at 350 degrees for 30 or so minutes and then flip the mini pizza crusts over and bake another 10 or so until firmer.
  • Add a light spread of marinara sauce, or homemade pesto, and veggies, vegan parmesan cheese, sliced cherry tomatoes, and rebake for another 10 minutes.
  • Take out and top with fresh basil. Enjoy!
Erica Fowler
Written by
Erica Fowler
Contributor | Holistic Nutritionist
About the author
With a heart-filled passion for holistic living and people, Erica spends most her time in Southern California along the salty coast when she’s not traveling. Focused on helping her clients find a natural balance, Erica encourages them to thrive through delicious, simple recipes and healthy habits.