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Published Thursday Feb 14, 2019 by Erica Arvanitis

Find Your Next Adventure on Our All-New Events Page

Personal Growth

Is your adventurous side craving an epic trip across the globe? Or maybe you’re searching for something local to do with your crew this weekend? No matter where you want to go and what you’re looking to do, our all-new MINDBODY events page has the happenings near you—all in one place. Think of it as your library for fitness and wellness fun!  

Whether it’s finding your zen in Hawaii, mastering meditation at your neighborhood park or conquering an obstacle course next Saturday, here are three reasons our MINDBODY events page is the key to staying actively adventurous.



It’s your motivation to try new things.

MINDBODY events page

If you were looking for an excuse to break out of your comfort zone, here it is. It’s the extra push you need to do that thing you’ve dreamt of doing (Ragnar, anyone?). Our events page serves up everything from trendy retreats to obstacle courses and challenging races—think Spartan and Tough Mudder—so you can explore what elevates and challenges your well-being. 

It’s your chance to travel the world. 

MINDBODY events page

If you never go, you’ll never know. Grab your passport (and your trusty yoga mat) because the world awaits you! Tap into your wandering wild side and easily discover wellness events worldwide with companies like Wanderlust, Camp Yoga and TripTribe. Imagine Savasana on white sandy beaches or Mountain Pose on an actual mountain top. Too good to be true? Not when you scroll through our events page. 

You can connect with your community. 

MINDBODY events page

It’s not just about traveling the globe—our events page showcases the best local community gatherings in your neighborhood, too. From wellness workshops to fun weekend workouts at some pretty cool places and spaces, find and book the events that better your mind, body and soul. 

If you interested in checking out events near you or listing your events on our site, check out  MINDBODY.io/events for more information! 


Erica Arvanitis MINDBODY
Written by
Erica Arvanitis
About the author
A copywriter by day, Erica spends her free time mastering the art of puzzles while forcing her 10-year-old Chow mix to wear sweaters. With experience in PR, social media, marketing, and copywriting, Erica lives and breathes the written word. Warning: don’t test her on Friends trivia - she will win every time.
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Published Wednesday Sep 09, 2020 by Sara Lesher

What Do We Expect from Beauty Salons Reopening Now?


Things are weird. Times are changing. It seems like just when we’re starting to get a grip, there’s another surprise. When it comes to beauty, we've had to adapt on our own due to salon closures, keep an eye on preparations and protocol changes during those closures, try to know what we’re doing before booking an appointment once they reopened, and maybe even brave the journey back to the salon. Whether you live in a place where salons are open, you’ve experienced a second shutdown, or you straight up haven’t had a haircut since March, we can all probably agree that we’re expecting some differences in the salon and spa world thanks to COVID. 
We wanted to gauge how everyone is thinking and feeling about all this, so we put out a poll on our Instagram, asking you all what you expect from beauty salons right now.  

Here’s what you had to say... 

1.    You’re about 50/50 when it comes to heading back 

53% of you have returned to the hair salon by now, while 47% of you have not. This makes sense, because every area of the country is different when it comes to cases, closures, and mandates, and every person is different when it comes to risk and safety.  

2.    But if you are going back, you want the "normal" experience

While many hair salons have begun operating outdoors due to government regulations, 58% of you said you’re fine with getting your haircut indoors, while the other 42% are more comfortable keeping it outside.

3.    You aren’t quite comfortable with others in your home 

58% of you said you’d rather go to your hair salon than have your stylist come to you. I get it, home is a safe space, probably shouldn’t let any outsiders in.

4.    You really appreciate your stylists

69% of you said you’re “totally!” going to tip more for services once you start receiving them again. During this time without our stylists and aestheticians, I think we all realized how much we need them and appreciate them, and many of us are willing to show them a little extra gratitude to make up for the time we spent apart.

5.    Some of you are willing to take risks... 

But, most of you aren’t. 56% of you said you have not cut or colored your own or a friend’s hair, because it was too risky, while the other 44% just “had to!”  

6.    Nail salons are a lot less trafficked 

Only 29% of you have returned to nail salons, while the rest are sticking to at-home manicures. Maybe we’re all just getting really good at it? But probably, it’s because a lot of them are still closed down, or because it’s a little more difficult to get a pedicure outdoors (we need our massage chairs!).  

7.   We’ve all noticed (and embraced) the changes

Our last poll question asked about what differences you’ve all noticed when heading back to the salon, and you all had a lot to say...

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It’s a beautiful thing to see how the salon and spa community has come together, taken precautions, and adjustments, all so they can continue to help us look and feel our best. If you haven’t spoken to your stylist lately (or even if you have), don’t forget to shoot them a thank you and let them know you appreciate them. 

Sara Lesher
Written by
Sara Lesher
Marketing Content Associate
About the author
Spoiled by the San Diego sunshine, Sara’s hobbies include beaching, hiking, concert-going, and brewery-hopping. As Mindbody’s marketing content associate, she naturally loves reading and writing… so if you have any book recommendations, let her know. And just between us: she’s committed to health and wellness but loves a good taco (shoutout TJ Tacos in Escondido).