Today’s key global wellness news articles from around the world, impacting the industry and influencing the business of wellness.
F45 will be launching its first studio in a hotel in Q3 2022, following a partnership agreement with Hilton Austin. The 1,236 square foot/114 square metre studio will provide the 45-minute circuit workouts for which the brand is renowned.
German startup Kranus Health picks up over €6 million to digitise men’s health and break down barriers | EU-Startups
Using tech to tackle taboo men’s health issues, Kranus Health has just picked up more than €6 million for its digital ‘viagra’ therapy, treating men’s health problems with a digital and holistic approach. Having developed a digital treatment for erectile dysfunction, that doesn’t require any pills, Kranus Health has pocketed more than €6 million in Series A funding.
Headspace Health Expands into Culture Services with Launch of Leadership Workshops on Mental Health in the Workplace
SANTA MONICA, Calif.–()– Headspace Health, the provider of the world’s most accessible, comprehensive digital mental health platform, today announced the launch of a leadership education program to equip managers with science-backed practices to drive cultural change in organizations, support mental health and well-being in the workplace, and improve employee engagement, productivity, and retention.
Creates a $1 Billion global snack bar player with leading brands Augments well-being and sustainable snacking portfolio and continued expansion in Baked Snacks Builds on company’s strategy to prioritize fast-growing snacking segments in key geographies CHICAGO, June 20, 2022 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) — Mondelēz International, Inc.
David Lloyd has introduced a small-group training programme to the range of exercise classes it offers members. The sessions are designed for six to eight people and incorporate progressive programming techniques to motivate participants and help them achieve their fitness goals.
Strength training startup Grndhouse has launched a new app following 18 months of development. The app is available through Apple’s App Store and Google Play and will help users keep up their daily strength training schedule by making its sessions more easily accessible.