Welltodo Today: SoulCycle Launches Retreats, Lululemon’s DTC Channel Fuels Sales, Has Yoga Become Too Competitive?


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

Why SoulCycle Is Inviting Its Customers On Luxury Vacations

Black Tomato is a luxury travel company that specializes in creating custom, consumer-facing trips for brands that want to connect with their audiences in a more immersive way. Now, the agency has paired with SoulCycle to launch Retreats by SoulCycle, which recently ran its first excursion with a group of brand devotees in Austin.

Why Lululemon’s Direct-To-Consumer Segment Is Key To Its Growth

Lululemon’s healthy lifestyle-inspired athletic apparel & accessories have helped it achieve strong growth over the last few years. Moreover, this growth has been aided by new store-openings and a steady increase in comparable-store sales as well as e-commerce sales across the U.S. and Canada.

‘Troubling’ health habits could cost millennials more than $4,500 a year

A report from Blue Cross Blue Shield and Moody’s Analytics suggests that millennials are less physically and mentally healthy than previous generations. This trend could impact millennial workers’ productivity and income, and have a long-term impact on the U.S. economy.

Drake Launches Canadian Cannabis Wellness Company

Drake has teamed up with Canadian cannabis producer Canopy Growth Company to form More Life Growth Company, a fully licensed cannabis producer and wellness corporation. “When we first began talks with Drake we were extremely inspired by and aligned with his vision to bring best-in-class cannabis products to the world,” Mark Zekulin, CEO of Canopy Growth Corporation, said in a statement.

Amazon’s own Echo Buds may have revealed a future fitness tracking feature

Amazon’s truly wireless Echo Buds headphones were rumored to be able to track steps and calories, and a new menu in their settings page suggests that feature may have indeed been in the works and could possibly still be coming.

Yoga has become dangerously competitive – the very thing it shouldn’t be

I had been going to yoga classes for over 10 years before I did my first headstand. It took me a further five until I am where I am today; completely at home balancing with my feet directly above my head. I love it here, could happily hang out for a couple of minutes, regularly do.

Plant-based dairy replacements are coming to ice cream pints in San Francisco and New York

Plant-based replacements are so hot right now, they’re even hitting the coolest thing in food – ice cream. The new plant-based dairy replacement maker, Eclipse Foods, has just signed a deal with hipster ice cream brands Humphry Slocombe and Oddfellows to put its dairy replacements into …


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