Today’s key global wellness news articles from around the world, impacting the industry and influencing the business of wellness.
Peloton is no longer riding high. The fitness company’s stock was pummeled after news broke last week that it would temporarily halt production as demand softened for its stationary bikes. Peloton shares closed just above $27 on Friday, a far cry from a high of $163 in December 2020. The culprit?
In ELLE.com’s monthly series Office Hours, we ask people in powerful positions to take us through their first jobs, worst jobs, and everything in between. This month, we spoke with Trinity Mouzon Wofford, the co-founder of the Instagram-favorite wellness brand Golde.
Many believe femtech draws attention to an aspect of healthcare that has been ignored for too long.
Among the impressive nods to low-impact architecture at One&Only’s Pacific Coast location is the layout of its 27,000-square-foot spa, which was designed around a large higuera blanca (white fig tree).
As of January 18, 2022, connected fitness brand CLMBR is expanding its online retail presence by launching on Amazon. This retail launch follows the recent announcement that CLMBR Connected machines will work with Amazon Alexa, expanding on the collaboration between the two brands.
Yumi’s female founders wanted its new $67 million Series B to better reflect the company’s women-led approach.