This fall, 305 Fitness will have a permanent home in New York City. (Photo: 305 Fitness/Facebook) 305 Fitness, the dance cardio party workout by Miami-born instructor Sadie Kurzban, will finally have a permanent home in Manhattan this fall.
(Photo: Mouth) At any given time, Craig Kanarick’s fridge is filled with delish, indie products from far and wide—a hot sauce from Hawaii, cold-brew iced coffee from Brooklyn, pickles from Colorado, and fresh vegetables nabbed from the Union Square Green Market, just to name a few.
(Photo: Hello Home Shoppe) Any time she sets foot on a plane, holistic beauty guru Shiva Rose packs her essentials—a passport, guidebooks…and activated charcoal supplements.
(Photo: Mimi’s Hummus) Mimi Kitani is the fast-talking founder of Mimi’s Hummus, a prominent favorite on Ditmas Park’s restaurant row, since it opened on Cortelyou Road in 2009.
Alternative (formely Alternative Apparel) launched its new Move collection earlier this week. And the brand, known for its burnout tees and ecofriendly fabrics, is taking things up a sweaty notch, by debuting wicking fabrics and performance-considerate cuts.
(Photo: YogaWorks) Sure, you’re reminded that boutique fitness studios are booming each time you get placed on the waitlist for spin class.
At 168 international stores and counting, the Aussie founder of eponymous fitness fashion brand Lorna Jane has created an empire built on making women feel chic and pretty when they work out.
David Siik on the treadmill, AKA BITE training tool. (Photo: Jason Nicoto for Equinox) When temperatures start skyrocketing above 90, getting in your miles outside can feel pretty (chafing, panting) uncomfortable.
(Photo: We Heart It) Playing catch-up? Here are the week’s must-read Well+Good stories you may have missed.
ALOHA’s daily nutrient pack, The Foundation, has essential nutrients, plant-based omega-3s and powerful antioxidants.
(Photo: Alexandra Olivia via Dallas News) #MightyKacy The gymnast-turned-Ninja Warrior is the first female to compete in—and complete—the insane obstacle course.
A crown designed by Christy Meisner, who makes custom crowns for celebrities and, now, you. (Photo: crownsbychristy/Instagram) One sunny Saturday afternoon this past spring, Lauren Gagliardi, and Amy Rhodin, both 25 and working in television production, wanted to get crafty, so they bought a few bunches of daisies and baby’s breath from a bodega in Brooklyn, picked up some flower tape and wire, and met at Rhodin’s Williamsburg apartment…to make flower crowns.
Cafe Blossom’s new location, at 507 Columbus Avenue, will be less than two blocks north of the old space, pictured here.
“Iceland Annie’s” last name literally means “Thor’s daughter,” so she may have been born with a slight genetic inclination for athleticism.
(Photo: Jugofresh) You already drink cold-pressed juice for your health. But Jugofresh just took it to a whole other (much lower) level.
(Photo: Yoga Design Lab) While Chad Turner was doing yoga on a vacation in Bali, he had a realization that killed his bliss: All of the yoga mats around him were ugly.
Remember using ice trays to make popsicles as a kid? Yeah, these are way better. We’re talking ingenious ice cubes that are not just freaking adorable, they’re the answer to preparing smoothies in a snap, and, we’re not gonna lie, they taste pretty darn good in cocktails (made with quinoa vodka, of course!
Live in Iowa? Well, now, you can get these delivered right to your front door. (Photo: Organic Avenue/Instagram) Juice and cleanse company Organic Avenue is taking a trip across the Hudson River—and beyond.