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residential + hospitality

Wellness reimagined.


Wellness isn't just about taking a fitness class once a week. We believe there is a different way to live that encompasses mind, body, soul, and community. The spaces in which we occupy the most have an impact on our health and well-being, including at home and where we sleep.



people want to be healthy and happy,  period.


what we do

Keep residents and guests happy and healthy, gain new prospects, build brand loyalty and create a community your residents want to belong to.

It's pretty simple. We aim to transform the spaces we use to focus on the well-being of the individual in order to live happier and healthier lives through wellness, connection, growth, and joy. This includes residential buildings, commercial spaces, and hospitality venues.


Lifestyle Programming


From Yoga to dance classes, we offer a wide array of options to create a well-rounded holistic lifestyle. Programming can be tailored to the resident, customer, or employees. We work with clients on single events, monthly programming, and on a case-by-case basis.

Vinyasa Yoga
On-Site Studio



Bring Cafe Namaste Studio to your space. Give your residents and guests complimentary classes and experiences as well as drive people to your property through our in-house studio. 



People want to belong and be connected something that matters. Invest in the needs of your community to create a sense of place, build brand, and increase happiness, which strengthens your brand's value. From marketing to values consultation, we can help share your message through collaborative branding.


ParkLine Miami, The Boulevard, X Miami, Biscayne Beach, Park Grove, Showfields, PMG, & more.

why we do it.

Overall human health is on the decline in the United States.

With COVID-19 and general changes in human behavior, more people are moving less, eating unhealthy food, and living a sedentary lifestyle. We want to make wellness easy and accessible.


Here are just a few reasons why we do what we do.

+ Obesity is on the rise. According to the CDC, In the United States, 36.5 percent of adults are obese. Another 32.5 percent of American adults are overweight. In all, more than two-thirds of adults in the United States are overweight or obese.

+ More people are suffering from mental illness. According to Mental Health America, the prevalence of mental illness among adults was increasing and in 2017-2018, 19% of adults experienced a mental illness.

+ American life expectancy is declining. The CDC's National Center for Health Statistics showed that life expectancy dropped from 78.8 years in 2019 to 77.3 years in 2020.

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