Deepak Chopra, the wellness guru and best-selling alt-med author, will have a new platform in New York City starting in February.
The mind-body authority is moving his Sirius radio show, along with hard copies of his latest best-seller Muhammad: A Story of the Last Prophet, and wellness message to the mezzanine level of ABC Home.
It will serve as an East Coast think-tank and a satellite of The Chopra Center for Wellbeing at the La Costa Resort in Southern California, which will continue to be command central for Chopra’s wellness programs.
Although it’s just in the build-out process now, Deepak Homebase (that’s the official name) at the high-design home store will function as an “interactive salon, studio, laboratory for well-being…as well as TV, podcasts, mobile, web, radio”—according to ABC Home’s website.
It will welcome “creatives, leaders, luminaries, futurists” and, quite likely, disoriented interior decorators looking for the Conran Shop.
Right now the global exchange of ideas involves a giant flat screen running Chopra’s biography on repeat. But we expect a fully wired wellness experience this winter.