Today’s key global wellness news articles from around the world, impacting the industry and influencing the business of wellness.
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Gymbox has signed a partnership agreement to provide members of flexible workspace provider WeWork with both in-person and on-demand fitness classes. WeWork members will gain access to an bespoke package of Gymbox workouts, with classes covering seven branded categories – from Sweat and Strength to Holistic.
Sign up to our newsletter for a truly global perspective on the fashion industry Single-use sampling is central to the beauty buying experience, but they create massive waste. Credo Beauty and other pioneers are phasing out single-use packaging and products. “We’re in a waste crisis,” says Mia Davis, VP of sustainability and impact at US clean beauty retailer Credo Beauty.
A growing number of practitioners and experts are asking those who participate in the wellness industry to look more deeply and critically into their own practices – to ask themselves how they may be causing harm, and to work to correct it.
For Nana Agyemang, wellness for Black and Brown women is all about community. Growing up in rural Ohio, the multimedia journalist turned founder and CEO of EveryStylishGirl -a media company committed to the advancement of Black and Brown women in creative industries-was often the sole Black girl in the room.
Normal text size Larger text size Very large text size Peloton is launching more than just its expensive cult bikes in Australia, with the $US31 billion fitness technology outfit hoping to enhance its appeal in the market with a standalone exercise app.
Challenging the food industry giants is no easy feat but, with many consumers equally happy to see their food created by someone in a lab coat as a chef’s apron, fake meat company Impossible Foods believes it is ready.