Today’s key global wellness news articles from around the world, impacting the industry and influencing the business of wellness.
Shares of Beyond Meat rose an impressive 39% on Friday.
UK-based boutique fitness operator TRIB3 has opened its second studio in the Spanish capital Madrid. TRIB3 has developed the site in partnership with Holmes Place Spain and is part of a larger roll-out of the brand across the country.
Not to borrow from Plato too early in a story about spin classes, but most spins you’ve ever had are just the shadows of SoulCycle cast on the proverbial cave wall. The American behemoth, started in New York in 2006, has changed the face of spin classes as we know it: from cycling in a room to dynamic therapy sessions by candlelight.
With summer right around the corner, boutique fitness studios are seeing an uptick in customers, including CITYROW. Combining high intensity intervals on row machines with strength training, this workout is not for the faint of heart. Founder of City Row Helaine Knapp joins The Final Round.
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As a holistic mindset continues to become part of the wellness conversation (the hashtag #selfcare clocked up over 10 million posts on Instagram in 2018), venues dedicated solely to wellbeing are starting to become a trend of their own.
Puglia hasn’t always been on the global list of luxury travel destinations. But change is coming, thanks to visionary hotel investors and passionate local entrepreneurs. Restored farmhouses known as masserie dot the region. These lush properties boast gourmet restaurants, wellness retreat facilities, day spas, and villa-like suites-some with private swimming pools.
Venture capital firms – mostly male-led – are starting to overcome their wariness over women-orientated products
On its way to becoming one of the hottest brands in food and beverage, oat milk brand Oatly had “already failed in the biggest ways possible,” according to the company’s U.S. general manager Mike Messersmith. In an interview included in this episode, he explained the simple philosophy that guided Oatly through its growing pains: “It’s all about progress.”
In Southeast Asia, a handful of mental health-related start-ups is trying to fill the gaps between the expectations of a growing middle class, limited public health resources, a rural-urban health divide and, in some cases, lingering taboos. In Thailand, a tech start-up with the deliberately ambiguous name of Ooca is offering video sessions with therapists …