I share tools + resources that help you learn how to dive into your self-healing. I believe self-healing is important because it helps us navigate the tough stuff. And the tough stuff can keep you stuck in the past instead of finding joy + peace where you are right now. When we have self-awareness, we learn so much about who we really are. So often we’re not even listening to what we want, because a lot of us are trained to do what our families say or what society says out of fear of not fitting in. But we fit in best when we’re being ourselves.
Leading the industry with next-generation wellness essentials that are a step up from anything you’ve seen, anywhere in the world. With 2 times more effective permeation of key ingredients, and 3x longer retention of active ingredients than any other product on the market, you’ll see results fast. Each and every product is created by a nutritional formulator and backed by a doctor, and all are made from natural ingredients, highlighting premium certified CBD and collagen.
Founded by fashion designer Jill Lindsey, this namesake lifestyle store hosts a wine and coffee bar, garden and event space, and wellness center. You’ll also find a line of “JL Brand” apparel, accessories, jewelry, and skincare which is all made in New York, with the exception of a few pieces made by women-owned factories in Peru and Nicaragua.
Founded by Rebecca Parekh and integrative health coach and nutritionist Sarrah Hallock, The WELL is a modern member-based east-meets-west wellness club in New York’s Union Square. Though their tranquil space is temporarily closed, the spa is currently offering a virtual membership that includes mindful movement classes, personal training sessions, health coaching sessions, and more.
Founder and CEO Cyndi Ramirez-Fulton created Chill House to be a modern spa, social club, and social media wellness movement for “it” girls. It’s your go-to for manicures and massages in a highly-curated, beautifully-designed space in the Lower East Side.
A refuge for city dwellers, cityWell is a boutique bathhouse in Brooklyn featuring an aromatherapy steam room, heated soaking tub, cedar saunas, and rain showers. Founder Liz Tortolani’s mission is to make self-care a lifestyle, not a luxury, by providing an affordable and accessible place where a broad range of urbanites can come to feel better and live better.
The NOW offers a space to escape the daily pressures of life and recharge your energy and spirit through the healing benefits of massage therapy. The NOW has quickly become LA’s hottest new wellness destination for locals and globe-trotting influencers alike. The NOW is designed to serve as a sanctuary from the bustling city. Our aesthetic incorporates raw elements and natural materials to create a chic minimalist oasis. Interiors are inspired by nature. Natural wood surfaces and exposed beams are coupled with sheep skins and rawhides, cactus galleries and crystal grids. All the elements are aligned with nature and form the ultimate zen environment for optimum relaxation.
Aunt Flow stocks business bathrooms with their 100% organic cotton tampons and pads, so companies can offer them for free to employees and guests.
GEM delivers your daily nutrient essentials straight from the source: Mother Earth. We ditched capsules & pills to nourish our bodies with vitamins, minerals and antioxidants from whole foods. Fuel your health with superfoods, adaptogens, and nutrient-dense goodness.
More than one billion toothpaste tubes end up in landfills every year. That’s fifty Empire State Buildings — every. Single. Year. So Lindsay McCormick started to search for a sustainable alternative, and that’s when she learned about all the questionable ingredients that are in commercial toothpaste. She didn’t want those ingredients in my body, but couldn’t find a brand that was plastic free and used ingredients that could be trusted. So she decided to make her own. Bite was founded on the belief that a brighter smile doesn’t need to come at the expense of our bodies or the environment. Our daily habits matter, and the small changes we make together can add up to something big.