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Can't handle a digital detox? You don't have to put down the phone to be more present, aware, and mindful.
Can everyone really find their Zen? Inside one editor's search for the answer.
From a circuit training safari to a sound bath retreat in the jungle, these getaways prove we're in a golden age of healthy travel.
"A Really Good Day" author Ayelet Waldman says dropping LSD every day for a month lifted her out of suicidal depression.
The supermodel has figured out how to keep up her jet-setting schedule, no matter what.
Clean eating is just the beginning of this regimen designed by LA-based healer Kelsey Patel.
These bloat-banishing, skin-clearing, stress-reducing solutions are a healthy girl's BFF.
Need a reset? These NYC hotels are offering some seriously restorative packages. (Warning: You might have to hand over your phone.)
Because you're not actually getting real R&R with a smartphone in your hand.
Stress? Who us? MNDFL expands its cool, book-a-cushion business with mindfulness studios on the Upper East Side and Brooklyn.
Don't let the holidays overwhelm your wellness routine.
Samsung 837 is partnering with Wanderlust to offer free yoga classes in New York City. Here's why you should check it out.
All the festive euphoria, minus the hangover? For lots of wellness cool kids, socializing is taking a sober, conscious turn this season—and it’s anything but dry.
Whether you’re making your list or shopping for others, the high priestess of sparking joy has some life-changing advice for you.
The ancient meditation practice is making a comeback in cool studios on both coasts—here’s why you should try it.
In an action-oriented world, this spiritual guide says one of the most powerful things you can do is...stop.
The hive-like mentality will kick your practice into high gear.
The modern mindfulness movement sometimes feels like "a special circle of self-improvement hell"—but it doesn't have to be that way. Star yogi Desiree Pais explains why..
MNDFL co-founder Lodro Rinzler shares an excerpt from his new book, "Love Hurts".
This Trump image-blocking Chrome extension is a mental health tool for those triggered by the president-elect.
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