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Tracy AndersonWe recap everything earth-shattering that happened in health and wellness this week: July 12–July 19, 2013.


Tracy Anderson announced dates for her summer 2013 Detox Weeks, which will be happening in the Hamptons from July 20-24 and at her Brentwood studio in LA in August. She also released the second volume of her post-pregnancy workout DVD series.

SoulCycle continued its rapid fire expansion with the announcement that a Soho location will open on Crosby Street on July 25.

While a new neighborhood cycling studio, Torque Cycling and Fitness, opened in Williamsburg on Monday.

Exhale’s Soho studio is getting a minor facelift, so it will be closed between July 29 and August 2. In its place, the brand will be offering free Core Fusion classes at Soho’s Bauble Bar pop-up shop at 10:15, 11:15, and 12:15 on July 29, 30, and 31.

Uplift Studios announced the launch of its first run club. The club will kick off on July 29 and will meet on Monday evenings in Central Park.

Sweetgreen's salads are super popular.
Sweetgreen’s salads are super popular.


Popular DC-based salad shop Sweetgreen is opening its first New York location in the NoMad Hotel next Wednesday, July 24, and a new eco-friendly healthy grab-and-go kiosk, Flatiron Green, opened this week near Madison Square Park.

Organic Avenue opened a pretty new location at 515 Hudson Street in the West Village, with much more elbow room than its other spot in the neighborhood.


Yoga Is will host the first online yoga conference from August 12 to 16, with lots of big-name yogis—like Sadie Nardini, Elena Brower, Rodney Yee, and Dharma Mittra—participating. Tickets the conference, which will consist of a series of interviews, are free.

Brooklyn Bridge Boot Camp debuted its first app, so you can view the schedule and book classes from your iPhone.

Fitmapped released its first Facebook app, to give users another social way to find workout classes around the city.


Holly Rilinger is hosting a “Holly-Day” at Georgica Beach, where your work out will turn into an all-day affair, with morning boot camp, breakfast, a mid-day Flywheel class, and a clam bake party at night.