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Therapist Conferences Not to Miss in 2018

For New York health and wellness practitioners in 2018, we have found several good suggestions for conferences that you will not want to miss, no matter what stage of your career you are in. Educational events like those below are a great opportunity to learn and network, regardless of the stage you are in your […]

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5 Exercise and Wellness Trends You Need to Know About

New York City tends to be one of the states where new exercise and wellness trends catch on first, especially in today’s growing health-conscious society. Major fitness brands including Soulcycle, Flywheel, Barry’s Bootcamp and others found their start in New York, but there are other trends catching on. From office-oriented activewear suitable for those working on […]

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How to Start a Health & Wellness Practice in 10 Steps

Setting up a Health & Wellness practice requires a great deal of planning and forethought. There are many steps before that exciting day when the doors open for the very first time. You have passion in abundance, but it’s important not to fall into the many traps of setting up in this unique type of […]

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Five Design Tips To Personalize Your Wellness Office Space

Health and wellness practitioners can use design to create a welcoming place for their clients, while also promoting healing. While many of us take time to tailor our homes to our tastes and create relaxing environments to return to at the end of the day, we may not apply the same principles of personalization to […]

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Tips To Keep Colds and Flus Out of Shared Office Spaces

As cold and flu season approaches, the threat of heavy financial losses looms for companies with poor administrative policies. According to the Centers for Disease Control (CDC), the flu season costs U.S. companies $10.4 billion per year in lost productivity. Small practices are even more vulnerable. A company size of 25-employee sustains estimated losses of […]

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Productivity Tips For Medical, Health & Wellness Practice Owners

The hustle and bustle of Manhattan is not just confined to the city streets. From the Financial District to Tribeca, those buildings of concrete, steel, and glass contain thousands of quickly moving individuals trying to accomplish myriad tasks each day as time quickly ticks by from morning to evening. Knowing how we help our members […]

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Top Events for Health & Wellness Professionals in NYC this December

The holiday season fast approaching, and December is a busy month full of fun and interesting events for the health and wellness business community. Here are a few of our top events for health & wellness professionals in NYC this December. RED Ball 2017: Ring The Alarm December 1: 404 10th Ave. (Manhattan) The NYC […]

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Top NYC Events for Health & Wellness Professionals in November

November will be a busy month for health and wellness professionals, with several interesting events to attend. These events are all easy to access from the Financial District, held at venues in Midtown, Lower Manhattan, and the Upper East Side. Most are free or reasonably priced, with an educational element that will provide you with […]

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Improving Clinic Appointment Efficiency For Clients Through Technology

  Today’s technology is ever advancing, and the growing utilization of apps by both consumers and businesses in all industries has certainly served to improve efficiency, increase productivity and make everyday tasks easier. One particular industry that has seen great benefit via technology is the healthcare industry and it can help your health and wellness […]

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The WellnessWorks Guide To Living & Working in the Financial District

  In the late 17th century, the Dutch settled in what’s now known as New York’s Financial District – it’s an area that’s since undergone a radical transformation. While it’s still a major commercial and financial hub, the area’s transformed as old financial buildings turn to modern residential centers. Now, more than 60,000 people call […]

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