Check out these can’t-miss businesses and local events that help you be your best self. Best Self Atlanta’s Local Biz Love features five businesses and events in Atlanta!
Damsel, a new cabaret concept located in The Works, aims to redefine nightlife. Creative director and entertainment luminary Otis Sallid pairs live entertainment with international dining, to create a vibrant music and dance club reminiscent of New York’s Studio 54. With a rooftop lounge and an exclusive private club, Damsel promises an unforgettable experience.
The Works, 1295 Chattahoochee Ave. NW., Atlanta; www.instagram.com/damselatlanta
The creators of popular upscale bowling venues, The Painted Pin and The Painted Duck are launching the first-ever pickleball bar in Atlanta. Opening December 2023, The Painted Pickle will feature indoor and outdoor courts, a clubhouse, pro shop, signature drinks, tons of shareable plates, elevated viewing seats and an award-winning pickleball instructor on-site.
279 Ottley Dr., Atlanta; www.paintedpickle.com
Join Be Well Luv Co. every Sunday in November and December for free Low-Intensity Interval Training (LIIT) sessions. Unlike high-intensity interval training, LIIT emphasizes targeted muscle group exercises and mindful breathwork. These inclusive sessions are suitable for all, including pregnant women, seniors, beginners and anyone seeking a gentler pace of exercise.
Old Fourth Ward Skate Park, 830 Willoughby Way. NE., Atlanta; www.eventbrite.com
Renowned wellness entrepreneur and founder of Australian Body Works, Tony de Leede, and his daughter Nicole Harmon are launching a state-of-the-art wellness meets coworking space, Wello Works, in Sandy Springs. This innovative concept is designed to focus on a holistic approach to work, life, and well-being and will feature a range of working environments and wellness amenities, including O2 breathing and meditation chairs, infrared saunas, zen rooms, hydromassage, LED light therapy and more.
4920 Roswell Rd., Sandy Springs; www.welloworks.com
In honor of National Diabetes Awareness Month, The Emory Global Diabetes Research Center and Morehouse School of Medicine Prevention Research Center are hosting a free yoga and mindfulness event on Nov. 18. Led by skilled instructors, Erica R. Jones, MD, and Auria Sanders, this workshop aims to nurture your mind-body connection.
3201 MLK Jr. Dr. SW., Atlanta; www.diabetes.emory.edu/events