Welltodo Today: Well+Good’s 2019 Wellness Trends, L Catterton Asia Backs Chinese Fitness Chain, Woke Wellness


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

Op-Ed: Why Cannabis/CBD Is One Of The Fastest Growing Categories Of Our Lifetime

Jeffrey Hill, CEO of Hill-3 Investments, explains the enormous potential within the cannabis and CBD space, and how increasing understanding of its use across health and fitness industries combined with its financial impact at state and federals is driving its meteoric growth.

The top wellness trends of 2019 are here! | Well+Good

Our (highly anticipated) wellness predictions are in! These are the 14 top health and wellness trends we’ll all be talking about in the year ahead.

Gwyneth Paltrow Is the Reason You Do Yoga, According to Gwyneth Paltrow

Gwyneth Paltrow has many jobs-she’s a CEO, a wellness guru, an actress, and a mom-but being Gwyneth Paltrow is the one that’s often the most-talked about. That’s because, in between advocating for New Age-y women’s-health approaches, like getting intentionally stung by bees to reduce inflammation or combatting depression by “earthing” (aka walking around barefoot), she regularly drops sound bites that send shockwaves across the Internet.

L Catterton Asia Backs Chinese Fitness Chain

Will’s Group runs more than 130 fitness clubs in 12 cities

Wearables are pivoting from fitness to wellness – Glossy

The wearables market has grown over the past decade, and now a new generation of tech wearables is looking to differentiate itself by looking to the buzzy wellness industry for growth. The industry and definition of wellness has expanded to incorporate aspects of mental health, fitness and physical health, beauty and more, resulting in a new class of consumerism and ample opportunity for companies to tap into it.

The Art of Woke Wellness

At an inaugural desert festival of yogis and spirit guides like Russell Brand, an exclusive industry grapples with consumerism, addiction, and the actual meaning of wellness. I first felt reality shift when, at 7 a.m. on a Saturday, there was a line for a class called Body Blast Bootcamp, and I worried that there wouldn’t be enough room for everyone.


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