HALLOWEEN IS YOUR NEW NEW YEARS!
madison wright, ms
blog coordinator + core fusion teacher
The holiday of Halloween has deep roots, dating back more than 2000 years ago; the pumpkin seed trail leads us to the Celtic culture of the Druids of who lived in Ireland, Britain and Northern Europe. Halloween, originally dubbed “All Hallows Eve” was a celebration that coalesced the last day of the Celtic Calendar, October 31st, a culmination of the summer season and of course – the one that we’re more familiar with- a day to honor the dead.Read More
n a breakfast rut? We got you. Get up and out with a wellness retreat in a jar—these protein-packed, antioxidant-rich, and delicious chia puddings you can meal-prep in advance. Ingredients * 6 Tablespoons chia seeds * 2 cups nondairy milk — we use unsweetened coconut, almond or cashew milk * 1/2 teaspoon vanilla extract * 1 Tablespoon maple syrup, honey or sweetener of choice (optional) Topping Ideas * Blueberries * Sliced Almonds * Granola * Strawberries * Bananas * Honey * Cinnamon + Apples * Pomegranate Seeds * Frozen Mixed Berries (a summer staple!) * Edible FlowersRead More
eep up your fitness routine during your holiday travels with this no-equipment HIIT workout from Exhale’s Director of Mind Body Innovation and Talent, and ultimate HIIT class creator, Bergen Wheeler.Read More
By: Emily McNeely, exhale enthusiast, copywriter, dancer and (newly committed) Barre + Yoga devotee
It’s why I fell in love with exhale in the first place: balance. Whether it’s the balance of spa and fitness, of energy and mindfulness, of strength and flexibility — or the challenging balance in chair position on the mat, heels up, arms stretched wide, finding your center. That’s why I fell in love with exhale’s new class, Barre + Yoga.
The latest brainchild of exhale’s co-founder, former ballet dancer, and barre legend Elisabeth Halfpapp, Barre + Yoga blends two classes into one powerful, balanced hour. For the first half of class, you’re in Core Fusion Barre mode — toning up with hand weights, planks, thigh and glute work.
Then, seamlessly, you switch gears and move into an athletic yoga flow. After a series of Warrior sequences, you move to seated yoga poses and a core section, complete with the classic Core Fusion curl. Then you end the hour with a mindful moment in Savasana.Read More