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Try going to a dinner party without someone chatting about something hot, new, or interesting in wellness. Impossible!

More and more people are as curious about (or obsessed with, in our case) the next workout, the newest health-boosting superfood, or cool healthy experiences as we are.

So we’ve tapped the wellness luminaries at the forefront of them, like Nightline anchor Dan Harris on meditation, celebrity trainer Anna Kaiser on fitness, to kale-loving, brain-health expert Drew Ramsey, MD, for our new Talking Wellness Trends video series, shot at the super-healthy EVEN Hotels.

We’re blown away by their healthy tidbits of knowledge and feel smarter having sat down with these brainiacs. Watch them for all the exciting things happening on the wellness scene right now.

First up, is Nightline anchor turned meditation advocate Dan Harris, whose very public on-air panic attack inspired his change of heart. Here the super-skeptical and hilarious journalist shares three myths about meditation that he had to personally conquer in order to sit down and meditate.

So yes, you’ll have the rapt attention of everyone at your next dinner party when sharing what you’ve learned… —Melisse Gelula