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This Week in Wellness: Yoga dance parties, new gluten-free goods, and more

Organic Avenue's party will include hoop dancers.

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

Holy yoga dance party explosion! Organic Avenue is hosting a Yoga-Remix Sanskrit Dance Party at its Space of Love on May 31, and Yoga Soundscape is combining art, yoga, and music for a trippy event at YogaWorks on June 3.

Pip’s Place Bakery, an all gluten-free bakery, opened on the Upper East Side on Thursday, thrilling New York’s uptown Celiacs.

L’asso’s East Village location began serving lunch for the first time on Wednesday. The brunch/lunch menu includes gluten-free pizzas, organic quinoa, lots of vegan options, and tea from In Pursuit of Tea.

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Pip's Place Bakery's goods. If the cookies are gluten-free, can we ignore the sugar?

Fresh veggies at your doorstep! The most convenient CSA ever just launched, with home delivery in Brooklyn neighborhoods like Park Slope, Prospect Heights, and Williamsburg.

Tao Porchon-Lynch was finally named the World’s Oldest Yoga teacher by Guinness World Records, and at the spry age of 93.

The Refine Method launched ReGroup, a new one-month semi-private training program, and Chaise 23 introduced new 40-minute express lunchtime classes.

The Lithe Method, which has four studios and a huge following in Philadelphia, has finally secured a space for its popular cardio-cheer-sculpting classes in the Flatiron.

Pravassa is hosting an organic spa day on June 10, where you can learn to make your own organic beauty products with Buddha Nose creator, Amy Galper.

Skechers will pay $40 million for tricking consumers into thinking its sneakers could lead to weight-loss, heart health, and toned legs and glutes. If they tricked you, you might be entitled to a refund.