Broadway Dance Center is a dance studio in the heart of Times Square that offers over 225 classes a week in multiple styles of dance.
To many, diet books are beyond boring, that is, until now! I promise you that this new diet book is interesting, insightful and gives you a regimen that is easy (and fun to follow!)
Got soul? The city’s latest and greatest in luxe spinning facilities is SoulCycle’s new Tribeca studio, opened just a few months ago.
Off of busy West 14th street, a small orange sign marks the way into CLAY, a unique, innovative fitness experience.
I’m a huge fan of LUNA Bars and have been known to eat them before working out, as an afternoon snack and sometimes even for dessert.
By the time February rolls around, many of your nutrition and fitness-focused resolutions may not be going as planned. Instead of beating yourself up about the lack of times you’ve visited the gym this week, start making some conscious nutrition changes that will be a part of and benefit your lifestyle. Luckily, for all of <... >
The YogaWorks SoHo studio opened this summer, right at the corner of Broadway and Grand St, a convenient spot for those who live in the area or like myself, frequently shop there and seek a retreat from the crowded streets and stores. This studio is unique in that you pay a monthly fee to join <... >
Humidifiers in NYC are a definite must; the dry heat that pumps from your radiators may feel nice at first, but it can certainly wreck havoc on your skin and immune system. Instead of waking up with a sore throat and dry skin, try the new Vicks GermFree Cool Mist Humidifier. This compact device adds <... >
Crunch gyms all over Manhattan are known for their eclectic range of classes. From boxing to bhangra, these gyms have something for everyone. For those of us looking for a 60-minute mixed bag, the S.T.A.R. workout is the perfect complement to our busy lifestyles. S.T.A.R. stands for: Spinning, Toning, Abs and Relaxing Stretches and goes <... >
Looking for a unique, playful, gym that actually makes you want to work out? Look no further than David Barton’s newest location in Astor Place. The building, a former Barnes and Noble space, is pure East Village, from the electric colors, velvet sofas, and tattooed walls, to the spot lighting that resembles a nightclub. Truly <... >