Welcome to our weekly roundup of wellness news we’ve spotted and reported throughout the week. Our Page Six!
On Thursday, Manduka announced the launch of a new travel collection. Journey On includes six different bags for yogis on the go—from the commuter to the roadtripper.
BluePrint put the kibosh on its popular Juice ‘Til Dinner program in order to focus on the expansion of their juice cleanses and individual juices. “We are currently reviewing and revising our food program, and may reintroduce Juice ‘Til Dinner, or a version of it, in the future,” the company told us.
Meanwhile, food-based cleanse company Urban Detox Club announced the debut of a deluxe cleanse that comes with meal delivery. The new program, which will start on September 19, includes amazingly delicious vegan, gluten-free meals delivered fresh to your doorstep. (This isn’t idle praise, we tried them!)
Aromatherapy purveyor 21 Drops is hosting an event at Sephora Meatpacking this Saturday from 1:00–6:00 p.m. Founder Cary Caster will help you discover which blends are right for your lifestyle, i.e. are you a Party Girl or a Green Goddess?
National brand Pure Barre revealed it will open a second New York City studio in Union Square this September. The studio will be twice the size of its Columbus Circle location.
As part of Lole and Fitist’s summer workout series at Pier 25, Aerospace owners Leila Fazel and Michael Olajide Jr. will teach an Aerospace kickboxing-barre class on Tuesday, August 14 at 6:30 p.m. It’s a good chance to catch them before the iconic studio shuts its doors in October.