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How Instagram has changed yoga


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 for our new Talking Wellness Trends video series, shot at the super-healthy EVEN Hotels. Watch them for all the exciting things happening on the wellness scene right now.

Meet Tess Roering, the chief marketing officer at the sweat-loving company CorePower Yoga. With more than 100 studios from coast-to-coast, as well as a network of teachers with their own followings (online and off), she knows a thing or two about making an impact both virtually and IRL. Here, she breaks down the ways that social media—especially Instagram—has influenced yoga.

Go on, live-tweet while you watch. And then catch up on our most recent segment, where Nightline news anchor Dan Harris talks about “the PR problem” that prevents people from meditating.