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Spring Awakening

Here are five new beauty and fitness venues to break you out of your winter slump.

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Titan Fitness Studio
164 W. 25th St., nr. Seventh Ave.; 212-206-0962
Fitness guru Wally Oldham opened this personal training center in Chelsea in January, offering a pool of trainers who specialize in anything from prenatal exercise to preparing for a marathon. The airy, loftlike facility is outfitted with all the necessary cardio and weight equipment, plus AstroTurf, nutritional counseling, and laundry service.
Prices begin at $96 per session for a 24-session package.

PNT Fitness
10–68 Jackson Ave., nr. 50th Ave., Long Island City; 347-396-5809
This fitness studio for group classes is Long Island City's newest boutique workout venue. The schedule is chock-full of calorie-burning sessions like Insane Kickbox Camp, a spinning class titled A Vicious Cycle, or Zumba dance.
Packages are purchased in increments of minutes and start at $79 for 240 minutes.

Yarok Beauty Kitchen
39 W. 19th St., nr. Sixth Ave., Ste. 610; 212-876-4293
Longtime stylist and founder of the vegan product line Yarok, Mordechai Alvow opened this homey, two-chair Chelsea salon in November offering cuts, color, and his signature scalp treatments with pure essential oils ($100). An added bonus: Alvow donates 3 percent of his yearly profits to a nonprofit that supports the Amazon rainforests.
Cuts start at $200.

Yo Yoga!
344 E. 59th St., nr First Ave., third fl.; 646-490-7790
Brand-new, family-run midtown yoga studio Yo Yoga! offers Vinyasa-Hatha blend classes on the cheap. Hour-long sessions go for $12 a pop, and there are two pay-by-donation classes offered weekly. Most teachers were certified from YogaWorks and give thorough instruction to newbies.
Packages start at $50.

VMV Hypoallergenics
868 Broadway, nr. 18th St.; 212-217-2762
The well-regarded hypoallergenic skin-care line opened their U.S. flagship just in time for the skin-drying snow storms that hit the city in December. Find sensitive-skin-friendly products and cosmetics here like the Re-Everything Cleansing Cream, recommended for revamping the skin after the cold winter. The store also offers a slew of 30- and 60-minute facials on site.
Treatments start at $45.


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