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This Week in Wellness: Katy Perry’s chakras, Sweaty Saturday, and more


Katy Perry: “I ate, I prayed, I climbed a volcano.”

Welcome to our weekly roundup of wellness news we’ve spotted and reported throughout the week. Our Page Six!

Katy Perry went on a Twitter-documented spiritual quest this week, announcing she was “getting some shit out” of her chakras, starting the day with group meditation, and climbing volcanos.

Fitist announced Sweaty Saturday, a workout equivalent of Fashion Night Out, that will have most of the city’s boutique fitness studios offering special classes, perks, music, and deals on October 13—all for charity. Stay tuned for more coverage on Well+Good.

A South-Indian style dosa bar opened inside Whole Foods Tribeca, called Cafe Spice Dosateria and Lassi Bar

…and Whole Foods launched stricter labeling standards for organic beauty products, making it easier for customers to determine whether skin care and makeup items are actually organic.

The New York Surf Film Festival took place on Wednesday and Thursday, and this year more women than ever made waves with their contributions.

Popular Tribeca fitness studio Bari is opening a new location inside Soho’s Citibabes, so moms can get their workout on while their little ones are taking Spanish or ballet lessons.

Yes To launched a Stylista contest, asking fans to submit photos of their “best hair day ever” to become the next Yes To Stylista, a position that comes with $1,000 cash and a trip to San Francisco.

Did we miss anything? Please e-mail us at tips@wellandgoodnyc.com to share your wellness scoop!