bodē nyc™ first opened its doors in August 1999 as “Bikram Yoga NYC” and became Manhattan’s first Bikram yoga studio. Owners Donna Rubin and Jennifer Lobo had both been avid practitioners of the Bikram method in other cities and knew that no city needed this healing and detoxing practice more than New York. In 2016, Jen & Donna began introducing new classes they felt would complement a Bikram Yoga practice, including bodē flow for more upper body toning, Hot HIIT® for core strengthening, and Yin Nidra for deep stretching and meditation.
I help clients who are invested in their health, and struggle with normal age-related challenges, to feel good in their bodies. You will get stronger, more flexible, more agile, and more fit. Most of all, you will feel better, happier, and more confident in your body. I will help you feel your physical best while doing what you love, by empowering you to move well, play well, and live well. Training sessions specifically targeted to achieve your goals and overcome your challenges, varying from week-to-week.
The postnatal program with a cult following in NYC can now be accessed from anywhere in the world. In these videos, Founder Rachel Welch, will guide you through three doctor-recommended phases : from healing your new-mom (or not-so-new-mom) body to getting you into the best shape of your life. Roll out your mat. We’ve got you.
Our 50-minute, music-driven cardio and resistance workouts are led by some of the best instructors in the game, and combine shadowboxing, Aqua bag work, and functional training to torch fat and build lean muscle. Never tried boxing before? No problem. Our classes are suitable for beginners and experienced boxers alike. You’ll learn techniques to move, punch and defend, while burning a ton of calories and blowing off steam.
Launched in 2018, RUNGRL is a digital media and event platform for Black women that uses running as a vehicle to impact wellness in our community. By thoughtfully curating content and events that share our voices and our stories, we are changing the existing narrative on what it means to be a runner.