Headlines in the Global Wellness Economy
Global Wellness News™ | April 7th, 2022
Berlin-based sound wellness company Endel has raised $15 million in Series B funding led by Waverley Capital and True Ventures to further develop its patented technology. The company’s app creates soundscapes that are designed to help people relax, focus and sleep better. The technology takes…
New initiatives are integrating mental wellbeing facilities into accessible everyday locations. Self Space, a UK-based mental health service, has opened its first storefront location in London, while Paris museum Palais de Tokyo will launch an on-site “care centre” dedicated to mental wellbeing later this year.
Getting a workout in after having a baby can be complicated by many factors including, well, the baby. Apple wants to meet parents where they are in the postpartum period with Get Back to Fitness After Having a Baby, a new workout program on Apple Fitness Plus.
Plans for the UK’s first all-season beach have been revealed inside the huge Therme Manchester indoor resort and spa coming to TraffordCity. New images of the extraordinary indoor beach, which will include lapping waves on soft sands, have been released today for the first time.
Peloton has made a device that uses a camera to track your strength-training workouts. The “camera” part, though, still needs to prove itself. For a fitness company as influential as Peloton, its offices and research labs in midtown Manhattan are remarkably sparse.
Thirty-eight companies across the U.S. and Canada started testing the four-day workweek Friday.
We talked to the actress about the launch of Wondermind, her new platform designed to destigmatize and democratize mental health. Between shooting the second season of Only Murders in the Building and running her successful makeup line, Rare Beauty, Selena Gomez has been working on the project she’s most ambitious for: changing the mental health narrative and creating more education around it.