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The Week in Wellness: Gabby Bernstein’s new book, SLT Dance Cardio, and more

We’ll keep you in-the-know with this weekly round-up of the most important wellness news.

May Cause MiraclesDon’t be the only one at the office this week who doesn’t know which new fitness studio just opened (and is flooded with celebrities) or where that new vegan sushi hotspot is.

We’ll keep you in-the-know with this weekly round-up of the most important wellness news—including fitness and yoga studio openings, celeb juice cleanses, better beauty news, and more:

Everyone’s favorite young-and-hip spiritual guru Gabrielle Bernstein launched her newest book on Tuesday, May Cause Miracles. The book is billed as a “40-day guidebook of subtle shifts for radical change and unlimited happiness.”

SLT announced it will be adding Dance Cardio classes to its usual Megaformer, yoga, and Shred class schedule at its Midtown studio. Katherine Grenier will be teaching the classes three times a week.

SoulCycle opened its newest location in the old Tower Records building in Noho, with a 60-bike studio.

And the JCC introduced an indoor cycling program meant for outdoor riders. Cycling Fusion “focuses on the skills and fitness needed for cycling itself, with digital classes, rider education, and virtual cycling videos.”

Tribeca’s Bari Studio, announced it will open two year-long “pop-up” fitness studios in Soho and Murray Hill on January 7, with classes open to non-members and members alike.

Athleta’s Upper East Side store is offering free fitness classes for the entire month of January in partnership with some of the neighborhood’s top studios—like Pure Yoga, Exceed, Flywheel, and Equinox.

Holly Rilinger announced she’ll be hosting her own online show via an LA company called GenConnect, where she’ll try and interview instructors from the best mind-body workouts. The show is launching in “early 2013.”

Non-toxic lacquer fave Priti NYC launched a gorgeous new collection of four colors for early Spring, called Apres Ski.

Simply Fit Astoria added three new class types to its schedule, including the super-hot High Intensity Interval Training, Zumbatonic, and Family Zumba.