Luis R. Rigual | January 31, 2020 | Lifestyle
Living in Miami, there are many options to treat your physical and mental health with infinite luxury services and destinations. After extensive research, we’ve curated the ultimate guide of places to go in order for you to live your best life in the cosmopolitan city of Miami.
From buying a new car to delving into a resort weekend getaway, we’ve got all of your lifestyle needs covered.
For our museum goers, we suggest checking out the “Infinity Room” at the Infinite Space exhibition at Artechouse right in Miami Beach.
If you’re looking for an intense way to heal, explore water therapy treatments at the Carillon Miami Wellness Resort this weekend for the best getaway.
Always wanted to join a gym but have never known where to start? Join the elite 54D fitness program created by former soccer pro Rodrigo Garduño for an innovative workout program.
Lastly, for all of your car needs, go to Prestige Imports to get your eye on that beautiful Lamborghini you’ve always wanted.
Splurge a bit on yourself this weekend – we know you deserve it.
(4210 Ponce de Leon Blvd., Coral Gables, 305.600.8207, 54dmiami.com)
Blood and tears are not part of the 54D experience ($3,900 per person), but sweat definitely is— and lots of it. The innovative fitness program created by former soccer pro Rodrigo Garduño focuses on the physical, mental and emotional aspects of exercise to ensure results. In 54 days, participants burn fat, increase strength and muscle, and develop a more athletic body.
INSIDER’S TIP: 54D recently launched the 54D Graduate Gym ($375 per month) next door. It’s only available to those who have gone through the 54D program and offers personalized training routines created in four-week cycles.
(736 Collins Ave., Miami Beach, miami.artechouse.com)
This cutting-edge museum is strictly devoted to digital exhibitions that merge art, science and technology and are as experiential as they get. Running through spring is Infinite Space, the first major retrospective by Refik Anadol, which features his wonderfully immersive “Infinity Room,” a spot that is the closest thing to what we assume outer space must feel like.
INSIDER’S TIP: You will inevitably want a video during your visit, and for that the staff recommends you switch your camera settings to slow-motion to capture colors not visible to the naked eye.
(6801 Collins Ave., Miami Beach, 305.514.7000, carillonhotel.com)
Carillon is a health destination that covers all the bases. The venue features an integrative wellness center with programs focused on Oriental medicine, nutrition, energy healing, emotional health, ayur veda and counseling. There are more than 20 daily fitness classes, a two-story indoor rock wall and the largest spa on the Eastern seaboard at 7,000 square feet.
INSIDER’S TIP: The newest member to join Carillon’s team of experts and doctors is Sifu Matthew, a kung fu master whose followers include Gwyneth Paltrow. Known as the “Injury Whisperer,” he uses a program he developed to help the body rapidly heal ligaments, nerves and bones using his own electromagnetic waves.
(14800 Biscayne Blvd., North Miami Beach, 833.290.6287, prestigeimports.com)
Lamborghini, Pagani, Karma, Ferrari and Bugatti—thy name is Prestige Imports. CEO Brett David knows what bon vivants want, and not just when it comes to wheels. His Prestige Marine arm of the company distributes sought-after brands including VanDutch, Midnight Express and Tecnomar Speedboats. And most recently, Prestige Aviation began catering to the jet set by offering state-of-the- art Icon A5 light-sport aircraft.
INSIDER’S TIP: A new showroom devoted exclusively to Lamborghini vehicles opens later this year.