ChicMamaLA Shares Her Favorite BH Places

 

I love checking out all the best spots in Los Angeles.  Anytime I get a chance to get to Beverly Hills there are three places I can’t get enough of.
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If you love heated yoga and you’re looking for a new studio to practice in, then HOT 8 YOGA in Beverly Hills is the place for you. There are a variety of classes (over 100 a week) from beginner to advanced, so you’re bound to find one that’s right for you.  They offer classes like Hot Yoga, Yoga Pilates, Yoga Barre and Yoga Sculpt (with weights) that vary in heat and humidity.  The heat helps deepen your postures to boost strength and flexibility, detoxify, and boost your metabolism.  They also have a studio in Santa Monica which you can check out on the site above.
Hot 8 Yoga
8383 Wilshire Blvd #75
Beverly Hills
(310) 986-6420
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I’m always in search of a great nail place.  I found that in CHI NAIL BAR AND ORGANIC SPA in Beverly Hills.  Not only is the service great, but they give you more of a pampering treatment by mixing current beauty techniques with ancient Chi remedies that will make your nails look perfect.  Did I mention they use all natural products?  Yeah, this place is a cut above the rest.
Chi Nail Bar
9390 Little Santa Monica Blvd
Beverly Hills, CA 90210
(310) 858-8803
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If you are into sushi then URASAWA in Beverly Hills is hands down the place you need to try if you haven’t already.  Every piece of sushi melts in your mouth, but you almost feel guilty ruining their presentation of their food because it’s so beautiful.  Urasawa is so unbelievably good it’s hard to pick my fave, but if I had to choose I would say the toro is a must have.  This restaurant is a little on the costly side, but incredibly worth it.
Urasawa Sushi
218 N Rodeo Dr
Beverly Hills, CA 90210
(310) 247-8939
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Anne Stedman Herwick is mom to two fun and vivacious boys (three if you count her husband!). When she’s not busy running around with them, she’s creating her blog Chic Mama L.A. www.chicmamala.com

 

 

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Cynthia Baseman

Cynthia Baseman is the author of 'Love, Mom: A Mother's Journey from Loss to Hope.' She writes about motherhood, the environment and education.

There are 5 comments. Add yours

  1. 29th March 2013 | mattsteiner says: Reply
    Dear god, I would love to go to Urasawa. Let's make it a date. By the by, I love the BHMom and ChicMamaLA collab. The guest-posts are great.
    • 29th March 2013 | Cynthia Baseman says: Reply
      Did you notice the irony? BH Mom pitches affordable art and ChicMama is directing us to the most exclusive sushi establishment in town. I think I need to hang around with her more often!
  2. 28th March 2013 | Christina Simon says: Reply
    What a great list! I think the nail place has my name on it!
  3. 26th March 2013 | susan kolko says: Reply
    Trying to get to Hot 8 and Urasawa for sure!

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