Open up your calendar: With Action Plan, our editors cut through the crazy, huge assortment of goings-on in New York City to pick three amazing, healthy ways to spend your week, Saturday November 28–Friday December 4.
Kelly Morris is a meditation iconoclast. Sure, the uber-credentialed Brooklynite’s got a prestigious yoga and Tibetan Buddhist background, plus breath-worth skills (helpful for freaking out less), and a lulling meditator’s voice.
Welcome to Wellness Confidential, our quick-fire interview series where we ask hard-hitting (okay, entertaining) wellness questions, lightning round-style.
Every year, on the night before Thanksgiving, I bake pies with my sisters. It’s a laborious undertaking turned into an occasion I look forward to for weeks, with flour coating our clothes, music playing, and wine flowing, as we peel, measure, and roll, until bubbling apple, savory pumpkin, and sweet pecan pies emerge, filling the house with an aroma that smells, to me, like home.
Posner (left), Kocis (center), and McNierney (right) It probably won’t surprise you to learn that Swerve Fitness—the first team-inspired cycling studio, which opened two years ago in New York City’s Flatiron District—is not the work of just one individual.
You already have to figure out how to transport your bag full of cute holiday outfits and three delicate pies (plus gifts, come December!
Supermodels land the high-fashion campaigns and pro athletes get the sportswear contracts—unless, that is, you’re Miranda Kerr.
The star singer's fitness trainer shares her go-to routine.
These veggie variations are made from unexpected (and super healthy) ingredients.
Finding healthy gifts for everyone on your list? It’s no sweat with our click-to-shop Wellness Wonderland Gift Guide.
Meet Well+Good’s fitness historian, Natalia Petrzela, PhD, a history professor at The New School in New York City and a premier IntenSati instructor, who shares the sweaty past with us in this new column. SoulCycle fanatics get positively twitchy as the Monday noontime booking window nears and they face shutouts of Rique or Melanie’s sought-after sweat sessions (among initiates, no last name necessary).
In Los Angeles, mind-body maintenance is as crucial to the beauty game as blowouts and facials. (Stress is the number-one killer of a post-peel glow, after all.) And thanks to the new West Hollywood drop-in spa The Now, the holistic benefits of massage—better sleep, lower anxiety, and improved circulation, among them—have become as accessible (and affordable) as a mani-pedi.
The idea that shorter, more intense workouts can produce the same results as longer sessions of more “consistent” cardio activity has been spreading for a while now.
If there’s one food-related lesson we’ve learned in the last two weeks (other than the fact that you can make a full-on “milkshake” with turmeric), it’s that our readers have cooking skills that rival some of the finest healthy chefs in the entire universe.
If you sometimes feel like you may fall off your bike during really fast rounds of tap-backs at SoulCycle, you may want to sit out this upcoming fitness concept.
Lisa Hirsch may have been a music industry executive before she became a fitness entrepreneur, but she always had an eye for trendsetting workouts—and a heart for it.
Since its launch in 2013, trendsetting fitness fashion site Carbon38 has adorned women all over the US (and world) in its curated selection of must-have athleisure labels.
Eating Paleo can feel (or look) like the same rotation of steak or chicken and steamed veggies every.
Missed the convos that were happening while everyone waited to get into the spin studio? We share the buzzy food, fitness, beauty, and wellness news from our friends around the web that you shouldn’t miss this week.
Is there anything Misty Copeland can’t do? After making history, penning a best-selling memoir, starring in a documentary, and inspiring millions in Under Armour’s powerful campaign (oh by the way, she’s in Rwanda right now starting a dance program for girls with a nonprofit organization), the talented ballerina is leaping further into the world of health and fitness.