Boost Your Health and Profits at this NYC-Based Wellness Workshop

Boost Your Health and Profits will take place May 5 at Padma NYC // Photo courtesy of Padma NYC

In the beauty and wellness industries it can be easy for practitioners to put clients before themselves, but, a new workshop happening in New York City this May hopes to change that. Boost Your Health and Profits is a workshop hosted by beauty and wellness professionals with the goal of teaching their colleagues physical, mental, and financial fitness techniques and skills.

The event is the brainchild of Natasha Bhalla, senior marketing and education manager of the International Beauty Shows and a certified health and wellness coach; Ivan Zoot, financial professional and barber; and Bo Arnold, wellness expert and author. Throughout their careers, the team had discovered that most beauty and wellness professionals struggle in two main areas—health and financial security—which inspired the trio to connect and make it their mission to educate the beauty and wellness communities on simple ways that industry professionals can work towards a happier and healthier lifestyle.

The workshop will be broken up into three parts:

  • Simple Steps to Feeling Great, Increasing Your Energy, and Taking Control of your Life, presented by Natasha Bhalla
  • Body Tech—Becoming Healthy, Wealthy, and Wise, presented by Ivan Zoot
  • Ending the Pain of Being You: Finding Balance in an Unbalanced Belief System by Bo Arnold 

Boost Your Health and Profits will take place on May 5, 2019 at Padma NYC, a meditation and holistic center located in New York City’s Union Square. For more information and to purchase tickets to the workshop, click here.


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