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This Week in Wellness: Cyndi Lee’s new home,’s eco-clothes, and more

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

Since the closing of her legendary Om Yoga studio in Union Square, Cyndi Lee has found a new yoga home—in Ohio (Sorry New Yorkers!). According to Lee’s newsletter, she plans on growing Om Yoga in Columbus, and is also hosting trainings in Switzerland and Turkey.

According to the New York Daily News, is launching a line of eco-friendly clothing and accessories made from recycled materials. Ekocycle sounds utterly wholesome, except that the Black Eyed Pea’s partner on the project is Coca-Cola.

The Surf Lodge in Montauk, which turned a new healthy leaf this summer, announced that it will be hosting its first-ever fitness retreat in September with Escape to Shape and SLT.

Lionsgate BeFit launched BeFit Yoga, featuring yoga routines from Sadie Nardini and Rainbeau Mars. The free fitness channel on YouTube already hosts workout videos from stars like Jillian Michaels and Jane Fonda.

kombucha bar
Kombucha on tap at Dig Inn!

After holding its inaugural event at Dekalb Market in July, Pop Up Yoga will host “Stretch and Flirt,” an event featuring “Yoga for the Single Girl” creator Daniella Rosales Friedman, at Lower East Side gallery/bar White Rabbit. Expect healthy-leaning cocktails and a DJ.

Dig Inn is set to open its first kombucha bar this Monday at its Union Square location. The bar will feature four varieties of Kombucha Brooklyn on tap, available in a glass or in a growler to go.

Tracy Anderson will be offering educational Detox Weeks in New York and Hawaii this fall, after the success of the program this summer in the Hamptons.

Non-toxic nail polish guru Deborah Lippmann launched her first lipstick. The lipstick, called Bite Me, is part of a True Blood-inspired vampire collection.