Before the Emmys, Alec Baldwin told the LA Times that his new yogi bride (and our yoga instructor at YogaVida), Hilaria Thomas Baldwin, will be the star of a yet-to-be-announced fitness/health show, where she’ll “make a million dollars and be the next Jane Fonda.” He may just be gushing, but it’s definitely possible…
In an interview with Piers Morgan, Russell Brand said he’s doing yoga and meditating more often than he’s having sex—which is certainly one of the healthiest ways to get over a divorce we’ve ever heard of.
Kula Yoga will host its first-ever 200-hour Yoga Teacher Training with Schuyler Grant and Nikki Vilella this winter, which they say will be “heavy on anatomy and hands-on adjustments.”
While Reflections Yoga announced that founder-owner Paula Tursi will be taking a sabbatical.
And Union Square’s Bija Yoga is changing its name after just a year in operation. It will now be known as the Maha Padma Yoga Temple.
New York’s boutique fitness scene is taking a cue from Fashion Night Out with Sweaty Saturday on October 13. It will feature close to 30 studios hosting special classes, parties, and promotions.
According to Racked.com, Joe Fresh’s Fifth Avenue store is hosting an exhibit of master mannequin maker Ralph Pucci’s work, which includes a mannequin of Christy Turlington doing yoga.
Jillian Michaels debuted BodyShred, her first group fitness class, at Crunch locations in New York, LA, Miami, and San Francisco.
With the help of Clarins, SoulCycle hosted a charity ride that raised over $10,000 for the American Cancer Society’s Look Good Feel Better campaign. Most of the riders were from ABC News and Good Morning America and were spinning in support of Robin Roberts, who just underwent a bone marrow transplant.
Organic Avenue launched a custom cleanse called “Love*515” for the residents of the posh Upper East Side building 515 E. 72nd, which has healthy amenities galore.