Today’s key global wellness news articles from around the world, impacting the industry and influencing the business of wellness.
Peloton is having the last laugh… again. The company that improbably hurdled past a failed Kickstarter campaign became the prestige brand in studio-level cycling in the pandemic age.
‘Meditation chambers’ at Google HQ offer a blueprint for office wellbeing Designed by Office of Things for Google’s Bay Area headquarters, the bunker-inspired meditation chambers combine tehcnology, light and sound to create a meditative effect Although returning to the office may still be varying widely across the board, a newly unveiled internal project at Google, known as the Immersive Spaces Series, is offering a roadmap on how to create restorative spaces in the workplace when the time does come.
A trip to the Royal Agricultural Show shortly after the birth of her daughter in 1978 is where her interest in organic living began. “I went to the little tent run by an organic farmer. I spent two hours with him and he explained what being organic meant.
Reading Time: 2 minutes Receive all the latest news updates, giveaways discounts, product announcements, and much more. Plant Power Fast Food has announced plans to open seven new locations after its growth has skyrocketed over the last few years.
Suspension trainers are fantastic pieces of home fitness equipment. They can be used to achieve pretty much every fitness goal (bar the most sleeve-bursting muscle-building ones), and because of their inherent instability they’ll work your core even if you’re just knocking out set after set of biceps curls and triceps extensions.
Curry Brand, a collaboration between Under Armour and NBA star Steph Curry is on a mission to compete with Nike’s Jordan brand. Since the company has been losing younger consumers attention and money, can the Curry Brand due for Under Armour, what the Jordan Brand has done for Nike?
During the depths of the pandemic, all 1,400 Orangetheory Fitness studios around the world went dark. The future looked bleak for this fitness brand known for its intense indoor workout classes, along with the entire gym industry.
Once confined to startups and incubator labs, in recent years the burgeoning vegan market has piqued interest from big brands like PepsiCo, M&S and Unilever, with the latter recently announcing a colossal €1bn sales target for 2025. But how are brands ensuring their investments bear fruit?