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Distinguished Travel Hacker

This Supplement May Really Change How You Feel After a Long Flight

Wellness practitioner Jonathan Leary shares his travel tips, including the right tools to loosen up your muscles and get some real sleep after being stuck on a plane for hours.

Jonathan Leary of Remedy Place in Los Angeles.

Jonathan Leary of Remedy Place in Los Angeles.

Courtesy of Dr. Jonathan Leary

At Bloomberg Pursuits, we love to travel. And when we can again, we want to make sure we’re doing it right. So we’re talking to globe-trotters in all of our luxury fields—food, wine, fashion, cars, real estate—to learn about their high-end hacks, time-saving tips, and off-the-wall experiences. These are the Distinguished Travel Hackers.

A self-described “concierge wellness doctor,” Jonathan Leary founded Remedy Place in West Hollywood, Calif., two years ago. It’s a 5,000-square-foot private members’ club that’s part Soho House, part New Age spa, at which Leary and his team offer everything from infrared sauna suites and cryotherapy to guided ice baths, combining traditional medicine with holistic practices. Leary, who is not a medical doctor but holds a doctorate in Chiropractic Medicine and Alternative Medicine from the Southern California University of Health Sciences, believes the blend contributes significantly to overall health. And pro athletes and such entertainment industry clients as Shaun White, Kacey Musgraves, and Nicole Scherzinger, who are clients, agree. He’s about to launch a new podcast to promote his theories and the practice, Remedy Voice.