Healthy living isn’t always easy, but Carolyn Brown sure knows how to help! If you aren’t caught up on our exclusive three-part column with this superwoman nutritionist, get to reading ladies. She has worked with a variety of clients to help them reach their weight and overall health goals, but she does it by implementing healthy changes into your lifestyle, rather than sacrificing your lifestyle for healthy changes… because after all, “you can live a healthy lifestyle without losing a social life.” But, what if work is the one the stealing away your social life? We’ve all had those weeks where we are stressed to the max and working crazy hours, and unfortunately, that can take a huge toll on our health habits. Luckily, Carolyn has some health hacks for when the metaphorical “chill pill” just won’t cut it.
ICYMI: Superwoman nutritionist Carolyn Brown is giving us her sagely advice on all things healthy living in a three-part column exclusively for the void. Carolyn Brown is a registered dietitian at Foodtrainers in NYC. She has worked with a variety of clients to help them reach their weight and overall health goals, but she does it by implementing healthy changes into your lifestyle, rather than sacrificing your lifestyle for healthy changes because after all, “you can live a healthy lifestyle without losing a social life.”That last part is what CB is focusing on this month: how to balance your health goals with your outgoing lifestyle.
With sober-January in full swing, and resolutions possibly starting to wane, we spoke with NYC's hottest and most sought after nutritionist and all around wellness blogger and guru, Carolyn Brown of Foodtrainers about how to keep the bad habits at bay while still enjoying time with your bae to help us get through the winter blahs and to keep our promise to be our best selves…
On August 22, a group of ladies from the void community gathered at y7 lab in the bowery neighborhood of manhattan to meet sarah larson levey. If you don’t know sarah, allow us to introduce you: she is the 28-year-old who has disrupted the yoga industry with her beat-bumping, sweat-dripping, candle lit yoga classes at y7 studio. Not only has sarah grown her unique concept into 11 successful studios in both nyc and la, but she was also featured on the cover of inc magazine's september 2018 issue… are you fangirling yet?!
Meet The Balanced Blonde, a popular health and wellness website run by influencer Jordan Younger. The brand name has a nice ring to it, but it’s about so much more than just yoga poses and a hair color. Jordan is all about finding inner happiness and showcasing the importance of authenticity and owning your truth; finding that “f*ck it, this is me” moment and then owning the sh*t out of it. But it wasn’t always a balanced journey for Jordan.
You may not know the name Joanne Encarnacion, but that’s because her friends, family, and Instagram following prefer to just call her “Jo.” Jo is the modern-day mother and female hustler behind GoFitJo, a platform that demonstrates that a solid fitness journey isn’t just about body goals; it’s about finding health and happiness too!
To say that Autumn Calabrese is #fitnessgoals is an understatement. Aside from her fitness inspo and real results-driven Instagram page, this celebrity trainer, cookbook author and working mom is widely known for her breakthrough fitness program 21 day fix and her newly-launched 80 day obsession.
There is no doubt in our minds that jill-of-all-trades Christine Abramo has always had the desire to inspire many—just take a quick glance at her Instagram page that features workout times, inspo posts and is 100K followers strong. And her resume is nothing short of impressive either. Christine has accomplished so much in her career already, but what sets her apart is that she succeeds at all of her roles (with a few bumps and roadblocks along the way!) while continuing to motivate her loyal following.
You know those U by Kotex commercials with a beautiful, confident woman practicing yoga like a boss? Well, that woman has a name and you should remember it. Meet Jessamyn Stanley.
At just 28 years old, Sarah Levey, founder of y7, disrupted the yoga industry by turning the lights down and creating a sweat-dripping, beat-bumping experience like no other. We got the chance to chat with Sarah and find out how this idea came to be, the personal struggles that she continues to work through and the power of music in yoga (and everyday life!).