Before you look ahead to wellness in the new year, it’s worth reflecting on how many have learned that well-being and resourcefulness go hand-in-hand.
In the shift to remote work and virtual, well, everything people made dumbbells out of water bottles, transformed living rooms into meditation studios and reimagined backyards as bootcamp training grounds. And, with increased WOFH (working out from home), you’d think the future of wellness would look pretty, well, solitary.
But that’s not the case. Community — whether that means seeking culturally diverse resources or understanding where our food comes from — remains a top priority, according to those in the fitness and wellness world.
Three experts — an owner of a Pilates brand; a plant-based public health specialist and wellness writer; a founder of a whole-hemp product line — offer tips on the mind-body tools to help keep you healthy and connected in the year ahead.