Today’s key global wellness news articles from around the world, impacting the industry and influencing the business of wellness.
The True Color principle provides a framework for industry creatives to adhere to in order to maximise efficiency while reducing waste and emission levels. It suggests a responsible and mindful approach to each stage of the production process – from identifying and reaching the end user, to decisions on materials and where they come from, as well as textile production, garment construction and minimised colour processing.
As places of calm and reflection, yoga studios harness design’s impact on our emotions to great effect. But it’s not all minimal interiors and muted palettes. We’ve chosen six yoga studios from around the world using design in surprising ways – from open-air spaces in the centre of the jungle to studios that embrace unconventional materials and epic adaptive reuse projects.
Soon, SoulCycle’s famous yellow bikes will be available for anyone to purchase. The spin studio, which has gained a cult following since launching in 2006, is expanding its high-end rides to allow remote customers to join in via streamed music-fueled classes on the bike’s accompanying screen.
As quickly as retail storefronts are disappearing, specialty fitness studios are appearing. There are now more fitness options than ever – from big box gyms, to boutique studios, to streaming classes and even virtual reality workouts. So it’s no surprise that more people than ever are spending more than ever on fitness.
Target is launching its own grocery brand dedicated to foods like avocado toast salad kits, beet hummus, and everyday staples made without artificial flavors and sweeteners, synthetic colors, and high-fructose corn syrup, the retailer announced today.
Today, the retail giant launches the Nike Adventure Club, which will send a pair of Nike or Converse kicks at regular intervals. You can get them on a monthly, bimonthly, or quarterly basis.
Point your phone at a restaurant menu and instantly overlaid on top of it you’ll see what’s good for you, according to your diet, biology, preferences, and goals. That is the idea behind Suggestic. We spoke with Shai Rozen and Victor Chapela, the two serial entrepreneurs who founded the app in 2014.