Are you having trouble sleeping? A national survey reports that over 55% of people who did yoga before bed found that it helped them get better sleep.
Even in the city that never sleeps, many of us are struggling to get a good night’s rest. Insomnia can negatively affect your entire day. If this sounds familiar to you, read on! These helpful tips for falling asleep faster are easy to work into your nightly routine.
A lot of studios across the country are now open or opening, but if you don’t feel comfortable going to a gym, try these free workout classes from the comfort of your living room.
How does a wellness center function when those within the community cannot enter a communal, immersive space due to social distancing? How do wellness centers adapt to the needs of the community from afar? I found myself on a mission to learn how places like WOOM Center and those within the WOOM community in New York City sought to evolve and elevate their mission through socially distanced and socially tumultuous times. To find out more, I spoke with Elian Zach, Co-founder of the WOOM Center, Yoga and Breathwork Guide, and navigator of all things body, mind, and soul.
2020 has been a relentless year. Our normally lively, bustling city life has nearly been brought to a complete halt. I’m sure many of us have done the best we could to enjoy our summer, but I’ve often felt that these erratic days seem to linger on and have imposed themselves deeply upon my social life. Now that September is here, autumn is the start of a different type of change for many of us, leading to what’s commonly known as the “Winter Blues”. But keep reading, and you will find there are plenty of ways to not only cope, but flourish, during this transition.
Going to the gym in the middle of a pandemic can be stressful and cause anxiety for many fitness fanatics. Whether you plan on going to the gym on opening day or two months from now, here are a few guidelines to follow to get your workout on and stay safe from COVID-19.