Whether you want to upgrade your workout or simply need the motivation to switch out of nesting mode, a personal trainer can be a life-saver.
A few years ago, a friend told me about an underground breathwork circle she’d attended in Venice Beach—back when breathwork outside of yoga studios was still hush-hush.
There are certain things that you know might cause you to feel some bloat later. Dairy? Sure. Beer? Definitely.
To prepare for the Academy Awards, celebrities spend weeks eating healthy, swapping out meals for juice cleanses, and adding daily sweat sessions and crazy beauty treatments to make sure they’re in perfect red carpet shape for Hollywood’s biggest night.
Welcome to My Morning Routine, where Olivia Culpo and other good-life gurus share their personal (frequently surprising, often healthy) morning rituals—to help you make your a.m.’s more awesome.
In the race for most striking viral video of 2017, few can compete with the 48-second-long clip that Steph Góngora posted to Instagram two weeks ago.
By now you know: Inflammation is considered by many to be the root cause of some major health ailments (everything from bloating to autoimmune disorders).
Between crack-of-dawn workouts and late nights at the office (never mind a social life) you need—and deserve—quality downtime.
You know a health-food trend has gone mainstream the second it winds up on a Starbucks menu. But when it comes to finding a dairy substitute that’s good for you and the environment, not all nut milks are created equal.
The bathroom has never really been known as a place where the “magic” happens, but now that self-care and staying home are officially goals for 2017, it’s time to transform the room into a sanctuary worthy of your crystal collection.
Fitness fashion trends ebb and flow quicker than a six-minute Baptiste yoga sequence, but one accessory that seems to have staying power is the beanie.
Recently, sulfates—the dirt-and-oil-grabbing detergents that also sadly wash your healthy shiny hair oils away with them—have become the enemy of even mainstream shampoos.
Winter is, without a doubt, peak oatmeal season. Sure, it’s the go-to breakfast for many year-round, but a warm, nutrient-dense bowl is especially appreciated when the temperature dips below 40 degrees.
After a hot and heavy sweat sesh, it takes some effort to bring your hair back to a presentable state.
Most full-time yoga teachers know the struggle of trying to earn a living while doing what they love—it’s not all rainbows and tropical-island handstands. Studio rents are high, profits are dwindling, and while the field is growing (this is a $16 billion industry, after all), it’s highly competitive.
Photo: Unsplash/Brina Blum According to science you should never skip breakfast—which might explain why poached eggs are having such a moment.
By the time she was 25, Steph Jagger had created the kind of life that vision boards are made of: She had a covetable marketing job in Vancouver, a mortgage on her very own condo, and a closet full of marathon medals, diplomas, and cute shoes.
If your days are starting to blend together, your to-do list seems to multiply by the hour, and you find yourself ready for an afternoon nap by 11 a.m., you might be suffering from adrenal fatigue—a syndrome where overstimulation (and the resulting blasts of adrenaline and cortisol) can deplete the hormone-producing glands over time.
You already know that Kanye West has some fitness chops (remember his “New Workout Plan” back in 2004?
From snuggling up on the floor under mountains of pillows and blankets to crying from laughter as you traded stories about crushes, there’s a fondness that comes to mind when thinking back to your childhood slumber parties.