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A bagel with cream cheese your nutritionist can get behind?! (Photo: Juice Press)


We recap everything earth-shattering that happened in health and wellness this week: March 8–14, 2014.


Healthy bagels?! Juice Press added three new breakfast items to its menu—Mango Chia Seed Pudding, probiotic-fruit smoothie Very Berry Vital Force, and a better-for-you bagel made with sprouted whole wheat berries with rosemary cashew cream cheese, marinated kale, and cucumber.

Liquiteria and SoulCycle collaborated on the launch of SoulJuice, a post-workout cold-pressed juice in bright yellow to match your Soul skull sweatshirt.


A new online fitness platform, Vidergize, launched, with pay-as-you-go classes and lectures from fitness and wellness experts like celebrity yogi Kristin McGee and YAS founder Kimberly Fowler.

Sapere founder Claire Hung's Kinelogica Method will still be taught at the new Fit+Flow Yoga. (Photo: Fit+Flow Yoga)
Sapere founder Claire Hung’s Kinelogica Method will still be taught at the new Fit+Flow Yoga. (Photo: Fit+Flow Yoga)

Barry’s Bootcamp revealed it will open two new studios in New York this summer, one in Noho and a second Hamptons location, in Amagansett.

Gorgeous Brooklyn wellness spot Sapere Studio changed its name to Fit + Flow Yogawhere it will continue to host both yoga and Kinelogica Method (KM) fitness classes.

And speaking of mat-based workouts, Thrillist discovered an underground wrestling scene in Los Angeles.

Juicy Couture’s founders are no longer making velour track suits, reports Racked LA, in an interview about their eponymous new company Pam & Gela.


Popular and expanding mud race brand Spartan Race announced it will hold its first Connecticut race on June 28 at the Mohegan Sun casino. So after crawling under barbed wire, you can play the slots?


Our great eyelash deficiency! A survey released by Allergan found that “three out of four women have admitted to having concerns about their inadequate eyelashes.” How will we, as a nation, get through it? Extensions, maybe?

Restorsea is partnering with Equinox to bring its 30-minute Rejuvenating Face, Neck & Hand Treatment to gym-goers on Thursday, March 27 at the East 85th Street location. Members and non-members can book appointments by calling 212-439-8500.


Exhale is hosting what may be New York’s fitness scene’s first real sample sale, with “select items from Free People, Splits 59, Prismsport, Spiritual Gangster, Beyond Yoga” and their own branded line for just five to ten dollars per item. The sale takes place on March 19 and 20 from 2:00–5:00 p.m. at the Soho and Meatpacking studios, and from 2:00–4:00 p.m. at Central Park South.

Murray Hill cycling-and-yoga studio Studio 360 is hosting a Family Fit Fest on Sunday, March 30 from 1:00–3:00 p.m. to kick off a new kids yoga series. The event includes free kids yoga, snacks, and giveaways.