The Rising Wellness Influencers To Follow Now
The Rising Wellness Influencers To Follow Now

The Rising Wellness Influencers To Follow Now

Whether you’re really into yoga, gut health or plant-based eating, or are simply trying to be more mindful, you can always find fresh inspiration on Instagram. If you’re looking to add a couple of new accounts to your news feed, then these are the latest health, wellness and fitness names to know.
By Tor West

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Briana Thompson

Briana launched Spiked Spin in Brooklyn in 2019 and today it is a fully fledged company that champions Black representation in the world of health, fitness and wellness. Offering everything from yoga to wellness educational courses and mental health sessions with Black therapists, trainers and psychologists, Briana is on a mission to inspire Black women to see themselves within the wellness space and redefine what wellness really means. 

Follow @Bri.Monee

Jess Shand

If you feel overwhelmed by nutrition and aren’t sure where to start, suffer with digestive issues or regularly experience fatigue, low mood or dips in energy, Jess Shand is the name to know. A naturopathic nutritionist and founder of The Nourish Method, Jess is a fountain of knowledge when it comes to gut and skin health. Her colourful feed is peppered with simple recipe ideas – whether it’s easy ways to use leftover vegetables lurking at the back of the fridge, how to level up a bowl of porridge, or simple ways to increase your plant diversity. 

Follow @EatNourishAndGlow

Danielle Copperman

A full-time model, nutritionist, chef and entrepreneur, Danielle is also trained in Strala yoga (which combines yoga with the movement and healing wisdom of tai chi) and holistic massage. She’s also the founder of Qnola, the grain-free cereal brand that was one of the first of its kind in the UK. She splits her time between London and Paris – follow her for a dose of mindful living, natural beauty tips, sustainable style and wellness rituals.

Follow @DCopperman

Jenna Hope

A registered nutritionist, Jenna has worked with brands such as Soho House, The Ned, ASOS and Google to help them implement smarter nutrition strategies. A firm believer that the right food can transform your productivity, sleep, stress and mental health, her account is brimming with simple nutrition hacks, breakfast ideas and speedy supper ideas. Whether it’s swapping your regular pasta for chickpea pasta or easy ways to get more omega-3 fats into your diet, Jenna’s grid will fast become your go-to for all things healthy eating. 

Follow @JennaHopeNutrition

Joanna Ellner

Acupuncture had always been part of Joanna Ellner’s life – from helping with seasonal allergies as a child to soothing migraines and menstrual cramps in her 20s and 30s during her days as an award-winning beauty director. In 2016, she left the world of journalism and retrained as an acupuncturist. Today, she’s the go-to for those in-the-know looking to get to the root of stubborn health problems, based at 180 Health Club. Whether it’s getting your cycle back on track or fixing a sore back, Joanna is making Chinese medicine cool again. 

Follow @JoannaEllner_

Rhiannon Bailey

Head trainer at Get it Done, Rhiannon Bailey’s grid offers all the fitness inspiration you need. Whether you’re looking to get started with yoga, are keen to level up your practice, or looking for tips and tricks to get stronger, follow Rhiannon for technique pointers, video tutorials and meal prep ideas. An advocate of working out to feel mentally and physically stronger as well as more connected with yourself and others, she’ll inspire you to build a healthier relationship with exercise. 

Follow @RhiannonCBailey

Lia Bartha

A classically trained Pilates instructor, Lia Bartha’s low-impact, full-body workout has earned her a loyal following, including among Hollywood’s elite. Using only a mat, ball and your bodyweight, Lia’s method focuses on sculpting the core and defining lean lines. Proof that you don’t need to lift heavy weights or spend hours in the gym to see results, follow Lia for some serious workout inspiration. 

Follow @LiaBartha 

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