Best Places in Houston

by | May 30, 2022 | PCOS, Texas Spots | 0 comments

Best Places in Houston for PCOS

I’m loving this short series on places to visit within Texas for PCOS! We can go online and try to digest tons of information on PCOS. But how much better is it when the advise is for your own backyard!

I’d lived in Austin for about five years before even visiting Houston. It had always been a place on my list. And now, I can confidently say, I’ve explored Houston and have found some top favorite spots!

Japanese Gardens

Spending time in nature is incredibly healing. I don’t think that is a surprise to anyone reading this. I love spending time in the Garden in the heart of Houston. Tucked away, you’d never know it was there! I challenge you to take a mindful walk without electronics through the majestic pathways. Sit on a bench, take a few deep breaths and soak in the amazing scenery around you.

Unique Cuisine

Yes, even if you have PCOS you can enjoy a meal out! Houston, Texas is known for its food scene. And I am here to tell you that you can experience it too!

I truly believe in balance when it comes to our health. I love guiding my clients in order to find this balance with PCOS. And when eating out, this means freedom from anxious food thoughts, excess binging and shame-free meals.

Catch a Yoga Class

I’ve been practicing yoga for over a decade now and have truly come to love it. I typically stick to a slower, home practice but love a fun community class every now and then!

Overall, it is such a great style of movement for PCOS. It can support strength, flexibility and the nervous system.

Black Swan Yoga offers different levels and can be a fun way to challenge yourself and mind!

Beach Time!

Ok, so this is a stretch. But I do want to point out Houston is not far from the beach. While growing up on the East Coast has made me spoiled with beaches, I won’t turn down the opportunity to go to one. I’ve enjoyed time with my community spending morning to sunset in Galveston. 

If you need more support with your PCOS, don’t hesitate to reach out! 

Written by Eleni Ottalagana


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