What’s New In Health & Fitness This Month
What’s New In Health & Fitness This Month

What’s New In Health & Fitness This Month

From probiotic-infused bread to buzz-worthy new studios, here’s what you need to know about in the world of health and wellbeing this June…
By Tor West

Emerald & Tiger

Sound baths have been used for centuries as a form of healing – and this healing happens without you having to do anything. Think of a sound bath as a fast-track meditation that accelerates mindfulness without you having to actively think about switching off. Keen to try one for yourself? Emerald & Tiger founder Jasmin Harsono is hosting a pop-up at the new Ten studio in King’s Cross until the beginning of July – you’ll find her there every other Saturday, alternating weekends with Almira Alidon, founder of The Sound Shift. There will be breathwork classes every Wednesday evening, too. 

Visit Ten.co.uk


If your Saturdays start with a local Parkrun, you’ll know the benefits include structure and motivation to improve your PB come the weekend. To give your training a helping hand, sign up to the WithU app, which has recently launched a Parkrun programme. Whether you’re looking to run your 5k in 35, 30, 25 or 20 minutes, there’s a programme for you, comprising guided runs, mobility and bodyweight strength and conditioning, all with the goal of making you a better and more efficient runner. 

Visit WithUTraining.com

Yogi Bare

If you’re one of the many who starts their day with Pilates, Yogi Bare’s new mat, designed in collaboration with Pilates instructor Lottie Murphy, is worth keeping on your radar. Featuring alignment lines to help you improve your technique, impressive grip and cushioning at 8mm thickness, the stylish mat (we loved the curved edge) is the ultimate companion to your home workouts. Lottie has handwritten ‘enjoy this moment’ on the mat, serving as a gentle reminder to embrace each Pilates session as a moment of self-care. 

Pre-order now at Yogi-Bare.co.uk


A first-of-its-kind toothpaste, Zing does away with toxic ingredients commonly found in supermarket formulas, using natural alternatives for a cleaner, healthier mouth. For example, each Zing blend is free from SLS, a foaming agent that can cause mouth ulcers, and instead uses hydroxyapatite, an ingredient first developed by Nasa that bolsters enamel and reduces sensitivity, as well as papain, a powerful whitening enzyme that brightens teeth in just two weeks. Available in four flavours – Mint, Soft Lemon, Peach, and Apple & Kiwi – Zing is already endorsed by leading dentists.

Visit ZingToothpaste.com


Coeliac Joanna Nicola founded TOCU after struggling to find a supplement that worked with her body. Her clever vitamin patches bypass the digestive system, which not only makes them ideal for those with stomach sensitivities but also those who struggle to swallow large capsules. Plus, the patches allow nutrients to be absorbed directly into the bloodstream, making them more bioavailable than your average supplement. Try Goal Getter for a cognitive boost, Super Woman for more balanced hormones, or Snooze Control to promote restful sleep. 

Visit TOCUHealth.com

MIM Habits

A loaf of bread may not be an obvious health food, but MIM Habit is doing things differently. Each of its four organic sourdough loaves have been formulated by scientists to support different areas of wellbeing and balance your gut bacteria. Choose from Stress Relief, made with oat flour and poppy seeds to promote a calm state of mind and deep sleep; Immunity Boost, packed with fortifying turmeric and ginger; Bowel Balance, made with rye flour and flax seeds to relieve constipation; and Tension Care, an award-winning blend of rice flour and beetroot to support heart health. Tuck into two slices daily for best results. 

Visit MIMHabits.com

Hungry Woman

Give your hormones and happiness a boost with this cookbook from nutritionist Pauline Cox. The book – which features over 100 simple yet delicious low-carb recipes – will fast become a summer go-to, whether you’re looking to get on top of insomnia, deal with mood swings, have a happier cycle, or just feel like the best version of yourself. Proof that healthy eating needn’t be boring, every recipe has been designed to optimise hormone health – think green banana pancakes, beetroot salted steak, cauli-rice risotto, carrot and apple muffins, and sweet potato brownies.

Visit Penguin.co.uk


Since 1994, the mountain air and healing waters have lured those in need of a health reset to Vivamayr in Austria. This summer, the renowned detox clinic is rebranding. Still applying on the principles of Modern Mayr medicine – that a poorly functioning gut is linked to physical and emotional ailments – the new MAYRLIFE medi-spa is taking personalised healthcare to the next level. The week-long ‘The Cure’ promises serious results following a digestive tract assessment, blood tests, metabolic measurement and a tailored diet alongside abdominal massages and yoga. Guaranteed to transform your health from the inside out, The Cure will kickstart detoxification, improve weight control, restore mobility, prevent disease and enhance stress resilience.

Visit MAYRLIFE.com

Circuit Society

The brainchild of Shane Collins, the mastermind behind Kobox and a former master trainer at Barry’s Bootcamp, Circuit Society is a full-body workout designed to help you build strength and endurance. The 45-minute class is made for those looking for a burst of cardio and conditioning in one, and no two classes are ever the same. Society already has studios in Camden and St Albans, and is opening its doors in Bayswater this month. 

Visit CircuitSociety.fit

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