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This new class combines intense, effective interval training with the self-care benefits of yoga—and the end result is pretty seamless (and sweaty).
Experience Pure Yoga's new conditioning class—PXT—with the method's mastermind, Loren Bassett, at these exclusive Well+Good events and score swag worth $100!
Pure Yoga launches PXT and Yoga 216 debuts Bootcamp 216. Will yogis stop needing gym memberships soon?
As the fall frenzy sets in, you'll need deep breathing and savasana more than ever. And thankfully, September means free yoga all over town.
The Los Angeles-based celeb yogi is coming to the East Coast for a workshop at Pure Yoga. Consider it a post-Labor Day tune-up to prep you for a busy fall.
We recap everything earth-shattering that happened in health and wellness this week: June 29-July 11, 2013. (We skipped last week for the holiday, so this week's edition is extra juicy!)
Yesterday, popular barre brand Figure 4 unveiled a major expansion and more ways to tuck, tone, and pulse.
This prop-heavy new class is like yoga meets barre meets boot camp.
Don’t know your dosha from your downward dog? Pure Yoga is hosting a complimentary Intro to Ayurveda, followed by a one-hour yoga class.
This spring, Pure Yoga is launching its first running club on the Upper East Side—and it touts the benefits of barre workouts for pavement-pounders.
On March 24, the Upper West Side is hosting a "triathlon" you may not have even realized you were already training for.
This month—for the first time ever—Well+Good readers can purchase a 3-pack to Figure 4 for just $50.
Complaining about the cold? Bassett's yoga class will bring your body to a temperature that will make you want to run outside in your sports bra.
Becker sees her classes as an opportunity to “sweat and surrender with awesome music and a spiritual message.” Now some of those will take place on a bike.
Pure Yoga is to yoga as Barney’s is to fashion: That rare emporium where all your needs are served in a sumptuous setting. Experience a complimentary class!
Harig teaches a whole lot of hot yoga as a Pure Yoga star instructor So he spends a lot of time hydrating with water, iced green tea...and beer.
How did some of favorite wellness world stars spent their days off? Pure Yoga's Loren Bassett went surfing, spinning, and horseback riding.
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