Stress Less This Holiday

‘Tis a tense season. Keep calm and carry on with these quick, easy ways to relax



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New Canaan

Take a stroll through the trails at Waveny or Irwin Park to get some exercise, breathe in a little fresh air and clear your head.
Waveny Park: 677 South Avenue, Irwin Park: 848 Weed Street

Strike a pose at Saraswati Yoga Joint, and you’ll find that sweating it through a yoga class or two is a great way to relieve stress. Check out their schedule online.
12 Burtis Ave, 203-594-9060

Go green. Plants and flowers are known to provide emotional benefits, so there’s no better time to visit Earth Garden, New Canaan’s new little gem that opened mid-November. This full-service florist offers gorgeous arrangements and can help with holiday decorating or a last-minute hostess gift.
89 Elm Street, 203-966-5673

Have a bite at Farmer’s Table. Something about having a meal at this quaint, cozy restaurant and its spectacular farm-to-table fare will calm and nourish you so you’re up for any holiday task.
21 Forest Street, 203-594-7890

Put your feet first. Indulge in a 20 or 30-minute reflexology massage ($26 or $40) at Eco Chic Nail & Spa. Once you’re reclined in a comfy chair with a hot towel around your neck you’ll forget all your worries.
11 Forest St, 203-966-4532

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