5 Wellness Activities Near The Harrison

January 7, 2022

New Year, new wellness goals. Whether you’re seeking to step up your fitness game or implement mindfulness activities into your day-to-day routine, there are ample ways to prioritize your emotional and physical wellbeing in 2022. Here at The Harrison, close proximity to health hubs and green space, plus access to five-star amenities and services right at home, makes it that much simpler to live well every single day. Below, find five of our favorite wellness activities.

Stroll The Embarcadero

Bring on the running (or walking!) resolutions. Spanning nearly 3.5 miles from Oracle Park to Fisherman’s Wharf, the iconic waterfront Embarcado is one of the most popular running and walking trails in the city. Plus, it all awaits mere blocks from The Harrison’s front doorstep.

Sweat it Out at The Harrison’s Fitness Center

The Harrison’s 2,500-square-foot fitness center is equipped with state-of-the-art Technogym equipment, plus men’s and women’s locker rooms with steam rooms. Here, residents can craft their own workout routines or enjoy weekly guided virtual yoga and circuit training classes.

Fuel Up at a Local Cafe

In San Francisco, niche health-focused restaurants and cafes are around every corner – and The Harrison’s SoMa neighborhood is no exception. From Pressed Juicery to Vitality Bowls, residents enjoy endless options to refuel and nourish.

Opt for a Beach Walk

There’s little more rejuvenating than soaking up views of the bay on a sunny day. Research has shown that our body and mind have a personal and emotional relationship with water, also known as the “Blue Mind” effect. It’s scientifically proven that being near the water increases feelings of calmness, inspires creativity, reduces stress, and elevates happiness.

Visit a Nearby Park

From Yerba Buena Gardens to Rincon Park, green spaces near The Harrison are ample. Whether finding a quiet moment in nature or getting some fresh air with friends, research has shown there are plenty of health benefits to being outside – including lowered blood pressure, improved immune system and reduced stress, plus boosted mood.

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