Star yogi Kristin McGee just released a new DVD, Strong Sexy Svelte: Three Total Workouts for a Rocking Body, so you can get as yoga-fit at home as some of her past celeb clients, i.e., Tina Fey and Bethenny Frankel.
While she struggles with fitting healthy habits into her busy schedule, Mindy Kaling told USA Weekend that she jogs 5 to 6 times per week (when she’s not in production) for cardiovascular health, and she has been trying to eat better since foods she loves, like pizza and candy, make her tired.
A new just-for-men yoga studio opened in Chelsea, with both clothed and naked classes on the schedule. Le Male Yoga is the brainchild of Joschi Schwarz, whose clients include Tyra Banks and Emma Stone, according to DNAinfo.com.
GrowNYC hosted the city’s first-ever Nighttime Greenmarket in Harlem. Those of us with day jobs asked: Please do this more often!
Tracy Anderson unveiled “The Pregnancy Project,” a DVD set for pregnant women and new mothers, which the fitness guru shot while pregnant.
Athleta ann0unced that it’s hosting an ’80s “Hairspray and Hi-Top” Halloween Party at its Upper East Side Store on October 27, with a free yoga class taught by SLT and Pure Yoga instructor Amanda Murdock.
Cozy Lower East Side studio Yoga High is making plans to move into a larger space nearby, where they’ll offer “double the classes.” The studio is asking supporters to donate to a Lucky Ant campaign to help them build out the new space.
Celeb nutritionist Julieanna Hever is testing her vegan weight-loss approach with a three-week weight-loss challenge on the Steve Harvey show. The other two dieters will be using a Paleo and DEM (Detox-Eat-Move) approach.
Feeling charitable? Plank Pilates is hosting a “$5 for 5 Miles” run to benefit Wellness in the Schools on Saturday, October 27, and Pure Yoga is hosting a “Pose for Pink” class sponsored by Zobha and taught by Kay Kay Clivio on Sunday, October 21, to benefit The Retreat Project.
And tomorrow is the first ever Sweaty Saturday, which is being called Fashion Night’s Out for the New York fitness scene. Studios all over the city are donating a minimum of $500 to Health Corps and hosting special classes.