If your New Year\’s resolutions include a healthier lifestyle, Austin has the top notch studios and wonderful restaurants to help you be successful. Here are the top 11 places to get fit and eat healthy at the Domain:
Domain location: 11005 N Burnet Rd, #106
FlyWheel Sports was created by Ruth Zukerman, a legendary instructor and credited as one of the driving forces behind the indoor cycling phenomenon. FlyWheel tracks personal performance data and has exclusive in-stadium technology. Their metrics allow customers to challenge themselves. If racing against others gives guests that extra push, use the TorqBoard which measures individual performances against fellow riders. One of the perks at FlyWheel is that they provide complimentary shoes for guest to use during their ride.
Intro Special: First class is $15
Domain location: 3220 Amy Donovan Plaza #128
|Pure Pilates Austin at the Domain / Photo Credit @PurePilatesAustin
Pure Pilates Austin delivers an ultimate reformer class utilizing their patent-pending Megaformers. Based off the foundations of traditional Pilates, Pure Pilates Austin incorporates strength training and cardio-intervals to maximize your workout and make those muscles burn. By integrating the key elements of resistance and counter-resistance, a unique dynamic occurs where clients are able to encourage maximum muscle exertion in a fun, lower impact environment.
Intro Special: First 2 – Classes are $30 and introductory unlimited month is $149
Domain Location: 11011 Domain Drive #115
|SoulCycle at the Domain
SoulCycle is one of the hottest nationwide spin studios. SoulCycle encourages riders to \”take your journey\”, \”change your body\” and \”find your soul\”. In a SoulCycle class you can expect to ride with intention and break through boundaries as a group climbing, jogging, sprinting and dancing to the finish line. SoulCycle is a 45-minute class that will transform the way you look and feel. SoulSurvivor is an additional 15 minute challenge with more opportunity to get sweaty.
Intro special: First class is $20
Domain location: 11800 Domain Boulevard
|Fresh Juices at Apanas Coffee and Beer / Photo Credit Apanas Facebook Page
Don\’t be fooled by the name, Apanas Coffee and Beer also serves up fresh made-to-order juices for $7. Customers can enjoy exciting blends such as the Rock Rose Cure (apple, carrot, beets, ginger, celery) and and Green Ninja (cucumber, lime, ginger, Honey).
Domain location:11501 Rock Rose #118
|Build-Your-Own Salad at Chi\’Lantro BBQ
Chi\’Lantro BBQ put themselves on the map with their addicting Kimchi Fries but with the introduction of the \”build-your-own\” menu available at the brick-and-mortars it is easy to eat on the lighter side. We recommend the build-your-own salad with choice of fresh greens & veggies, spicy chicken for protein paired with house-made carrot ginger dressing. Make sure to ask for kimchi which is loaded with vitamins A, B, C and lactobacilli.
Domain location: 5222 Burnet Road
|Thai Quinoa Salad at Flower Child
is the new kid on the block at the Domain Northside and is already receiving rave reviews. Flower Child\’s fundamental promise is to serve healthy food for a happy world. It means Flower Child works with ranchers who respect, protect and love their animals, their proteins are all raised naturally and their organic produce is guided by the wisdom of the Environmental Working Group. The menu
thoughtfully provides nutritional information and identifies which menu items are gluten free, vegetarian and vegan. We recommend the fiber-rich Organic Kale salad (480K), the heart healthy Thai Cashew Quinoa (310K, 14g Protein) and when you need a little indulgence try the creamy Gluten Free Mac & Cheese (310K, 10g Protein).
Domain location: 11721 Rock Rose Avenue
|Mad Molly Brown Salad at Mad Greens
Colorado based restaurant Mad Greens
tagline is \”fresh ingredients made before your eyes\”. Their online menu lists nutritional information and they provide an online nutrition calculator
. To play on words, the menu items are named after \”mad\” characters. We recommend the Mint Cooler juice (142K) and Bonnie Barker salad smoked cheddar cheese, Craisins, apples, MAD Spice pecans, slow-roasted chicken on a bed of baby greens topped with Smoky Cider Vinaigrette (554K, 46g Protein) or the Mad Molly Brown salad with grilled sweet onions, fresh mozzarella, grape tomatoes, green onions and grilled citrus chicken (346K, 39g Protein).
3100 Esperanza Crossing #130
|O\’JOY Juice Cleanse/Juices
Locally owned and operated O\’JOY is all about \”eat good + feel good + do good\”. For every menu item purchased, O\’JOY donates a meal to a child in need through their charity partners. O\’JOY makes some incredible delicious organic juices & smoothies, juice cleanses, fresh salads and more. They recently added bottled juices which are great for on the go or as a juice cleanse. Notably they label nutritional information on their refreshing bottled juices. We recommend kicking off the new year with a juice cleanse which includes customer favorites such as the Eastside Greens and Beet Cave.
11101 Burnet Rd. #140
|Napa Rolls at the Steeping Room
The Steeping Room is open for breakfast, lunch, dinner and \”tea time\”. The charming restaurant and tea house has something for everyone: natural meats, organic dairy, cage-free eggs as well as gluten-free, vegetarian and vegan selections. The Steeping Room serves a variety of nutritious salads, soup and salad combos, delightful bowls that can be substituted with greens for lighter grain free options and of course a wonderful tea selection.
11410 Century Oaks Terrace #112