Welltodo Today: Residential Wellness Hubs, Hong Kong’s Fitness Market, Clean Beauty


Today’s key global wellness news articles from around the world, impacting the industry and influencing the business of wellness.

Wellness platform Hero partners with developer Moda to pioneer ‘healthy rental communities’

Developer Moda has signed a pioneering partnership with wellness company Hero, which will look to create “the UK’s healthiest rental communities”. The partnership will see Hero provide a wide range of fitness and wellness services – including fitness hubs – at residential projects led by Moda.

Goop: the sometimes baffling rise of Gwyneth Paltrow’s wellbeing website

It started life as a weekly email newsletter offering recipes for turkey ragu and butternut muffins. But goop, the lifestyle brand launched by Hollywood actress Gwyneth Paltrow ten years ago this month, has since branched out.

Morrisons enjoys highest quarterly sales growth in nearly a decade

Long heatwave, wonky veg and World Cup boost sales for supermarket chain

L.A.’s Favorite Green Beauty Destination (Finally!) Opens in New York

Remembering all the way back to 2008 might be mind-bending, but give it a shot. American liberals were still high off the landmark victory of President-elect Barack Obama; the Twilight Saga was just getting underway; and two pop upstarts named Katy Perry and Taylor Swift were just starting to climb the charts.

New pass-for-classes entrant could shake up Hong Kong fitness

In October, gym-goers in Hong Kong will have more choice when it comes to fitness passes as ClassPass launches in the city

Aaptiv launches first TV ad in bid to dominate crowded fitness market

Audio fitness app Aaptiv has launched its first TV commercial as it fights to cut through the noise and dominate the hugely overpopulated fitness industry. The on-demand aid, which boasts around 200,000 members and 2,500 workout programs, created the introductory campaign with creative agency PureGrowth.


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