U.S. Egg Announces New Health and Wellness Initiative
By Claire Natale -
Tuesday Sep 20, 2022
U.S. Egg, the Valley’s ultimate breakfast and lunch spot, is excited to announce a new partnership with mind and body fitness coach, Kalla Sauls. To support the well-being of its more than 250 employees, and thousands of beloved guests, the restaurant is teaming up with Sauls to launch a new health and wellness initiative that will help the entire U.S. Egg family be fit, strong, and healthy.
“My brothers and I consider the entire U.S. Egg staff and guests to be part of the Gebran family,” said U.S. Egg COO and Co-owner George Gebran. “We are so grateful for all of our employees and guests and understand how stressful the past few years have been, which is why we are so excited to offer a new way for them to engage in physical exercise.
Through the new health and wellness initiative, U.S. Egg is providing its employees with access to online personal training sessions and group fitness classes. Guests of U.S. Egg will also receive the first month of classes free and an additional 20% off discount for the following months. Group class styles will vary weekly but will include mat pilates, strength and conditioning, therapeutic stretching, and yoga practices.
U.S. Egg will also be hosting two free group fitness classes at its Old Town Scottsdale location taught by Sauls. These classes will be on Oct. 17 and Nov. 14, from 7 to 8 am. Guests and employees are welcome and will need to bring a mat, water, and a small towel for a Pilates Strength and Yoga Fusion Class.
In addition, this initiative will also include a 30-day fitness challenge starting on Oct. 3. Participants will work to develop a health and wellness daily routine that consists of a doing a 10-minute morning meditation, enjoying a healthy breakfast, drinking plenty of water, 30 minutes of exercise, avoiding sugary drinks and snacks, and going to bed early. This challenge is open to everyone, and U.S. Egg asks that participants share their journey on Facebook, Twitter, and Instagram throughout the month and tagging U.S. Egg (@usegg).
Physical fitness, such as yoga classes, can have a positive impact on one’s mind and body. Not only does daily exercise help individuals manage their weight and strengthen their muscles, it is also known to reduce stress, improve energy, and build confidence.
“I have helped hundreds of people through their health and fitness journey and am excited to be working with the U.S. Egg family to help strengthen their mind-body connection,” said Sauls. “My mission as a coach is to help individuals develop sustainable solutions for lasting health, happiness, and confidence and this starts with both mental and physical exercise.”
For more information on U.S. Egg, please visit useggrestaurant.com or like the restaurant on Facebook at facebook.com/USEggBreakfastLunch.
About Kalla Sauls:
Kalla Sauls is a Certified Personal Trainer and Group Fitness Trainer. As a coach, it is Sauls mission to help individuals develop sustainable solutions for lasting health, happiness, and confidence. Having studied psychology for over ten years, she discovered the positive relationship between exercise, mindset and overall-wellbeing. Her holistic approach to exercise is built on strengthening the mind-body connection through breath-based, slow and controlled movements. These exercises help balance your physiological state, relieving stress while making you stronger and improving your mind-body awareness. The type of exercise Sauls teaches are rooted in mat pilates and yoga, which help calm the mind and provide similar effects to a still meditation. For more information on Kalla Sauls and the services she offers, please visit kallamindbody.com.
About U.S. Egg:
U.S. Egg has been Arizona’s ultimate breakfast and lunch dining spot in the Valley for more than 30 years. The restaurant continues to build upon its success with made from scratch signature items. Best known for their protein pancakes, and family friendly environment, U.S. Egg prides itself on offering healthy-minded options, in addition to meals that satisfy anyone’s craving. Using fresh ingredients, sourced locally, this family owned and operated business continually gives back and is involved in the community through charitable donations and in restaurant promotions. U.S. Egg has six locations in Phoenix offering warm and inviting patio seating, a children’s menu with a wide array of choices. The restaurant also works to be environmentally conscious, through recycled design elements, eco-friendly vendors and forward-thinking atmosphere. Offering to-go options, U.S. Egg offers something for everyone. For more information, menus, hours and locations, visit http://www.useggrestaurant.com.