4 Of Our Favorite Female Wellness Gurus Changing The Game of Health

Women are at the forefront of the health and wellness industry right now, and they are responsible for some of the most innovative wellness products and trends. Here are five of the most influential women we are swooning over in health and wellness that are changing the way we think about our health.

Rachel Brathen

Instagram yoga celebrities are a dime a dozen these days, but Rachel Brathen was one of the first and continues to be one of the most influential with her account, @Yoga_Girl, and her hashtag, #yogaeverydamnday, which inspires people around the world to try yoga and make it a part of their routine. She also runs One0Eight, a platform that offers online yoga classes.

Kate Van Horn

Kate Van Horn is a popular wellness blogger who is really making a splash with the GOOD Fest, a festival that brings together people in the wellness industry to talk about trends in healthy living. This festival brings together experts and influencers working in nutrition, exercise, mental health, and more for fascinating discussions and networking in the healthy living space.

Sarah Levey

Sarah Levey founded Y7 yoga studios, which takes traditional yoga practice and turns it on its head. Y7 yoga classes are candlelit and set to hip-hop and other popular music, making them fun and accessible for those who may not feel engaged in a more traditional yoga class. Since founding Y7 in New York in Williamsburg, the studio has since expanded to 13 locations in New York and Los Angeles, with more cities in the works soon.

Natalie Uhling

Natalie Uhling is a digital fitness influencer who founded NUFit, a company that produces a line of workout weights that are stylish and accessible. It’s not always easy to make time to go to the gym, so NUFit enables people to do a weight workout at home with top-quality equipment. The equipment is unique in that it’s designed to prevent injuries and work with the way that athletes naturally move. Uhling also has her own social media presence that empowers athletes to love themselves and develop their inner strength.

These are just a few of the many women that are changing the face of the wellness industry. As many people are starting to take health and wellness more seriously, it’s exciting to see how women are promoting health in a way that is changing the world.