Wellness Wire | June 8, 2012
This Week in Wellness: Soft serve breakfast, scale Mount Everest in NYC, and more
A vegan waffle at Soft Serve Fruit Co. is probably not the healthiest breakfast choice... but a fruit parfait? Yum!
Welcome to our weekly roundup of wellness news we’ve spotted and reported throughout the week. Our Page Six!
Healthy vegan froyo fave Soft Serve Fruit Co. debuted a new breakfast menu, complete with scrumptious-sounding fruit parfaits, smoothies, and a superfood bowl.
Chaise 23 announced its official East Hampton location (15 Lumber Lane) and open date (June 23), and the brand also launched an iPhone and iPad app for on-the-go class booking.
(Photo Credit: Liz Sullivan, NewYorkPost.com)
As One is known for its hard-core fitness challenges, like Roman Legionnaire weekends. Now, the brand is hosting a Mount Everest climb, where participants will climb 29,035 feet (the height of the mountain) on Step Mills and Jacobs Ladders, for charity.
The New York Times reported that New York moms are taking their 12-year-old girls to get underarm, leg, and bikini waxes before shipping them off to summer camp.
According to YogaDork, there’s a smart new yoga tank in town: Move by Elextrifoxy senses your alignment and gives you “nudges” to make corrections when your Warrior II is lopsided.
A ruckus erupted on the NYC yoga scene after beloved instructor Marco Rojas told the New York Post he was fired from Pure Yoga and escorted out the back door.
SLT Yoga is hosting a “Yoga Rocks” Day on Tuesday, June 12 with free yoga classes, nutrition advice, Organic Avenue juices, and more.