Here are some leaders in the health and wellness world that we recommend following. From yoga to meditation to inspiring Instagram accounts, you will find free workouts, subscription services, and influencers to ponder! We’ll continue to update this list regularly.
Yoga with Adriene
Adriene Mishler believes everyone should have access to yoga. Free yoga videos for all levels. Her cueing is excellent so it feels safe to practice without an instructor. She also has a membership site and app with access to more in depth teachings.
Queen of the foam roller and rebounder, Roxburgh shows that you don’t have to pound the pavement to be toned. Her subscription service, Aligned Life Studio, is full of videos, recipes, and mind-body tips. She’s an expert on holistic body care, fascia, emotional health, and movement medicine.
Is the content focused website of the Nutritious Life Studio where Sheila received her Nutrition and Wellness Coach Master Certification. Lead by thought-leader Keri Glassman, MS, RD, CDN and Founder and CEO of Nutritious Life and Nutritious Life Studio, you want to bookmark this site for the latest evidence based nutrition research. But they don’t just state the science. They explain in relatable ways and offer actionable tips that motivate you to live, well, your most nutritious life!
Nicole Sachs, LCSW, is the brain & body behind The Cure for Chronic Pain, her brand that helps people face the repressed emotions in their bodies that play a direct role in the illnesses that keep them from living life fully.
A student of Dr. John Sarno, Sachs has her own story of dealing with a back condition that threatened to keep her on the couch and from having children. 3 kids and thousands of followers later, Sachs has proven that the chronic “pain we feel is not in our heads, but the solution isn’t in our body” meaning surgeries, medicines, treatments alone can’t heal us. We have to learn to deal with our strong, and often scary, emotions because our bodies see them as a bigger threat to our survival than our diagnosed, or often undiagnosed, conditions.
I personally am working her JournalSpeak program (aka, Rage on the Page!!!) and since starting I have seen great relief from my IBS symptoms and tendonitis. She also has a Podcast and an Instagram Feed that is crazy educational and inspiring.