The Best Female-Run Wellness Accounts to Calm Your Mind and Soul

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Keeping our social media feeds full of good energy can be a challenge these days. But with so much going on in the world, it feels more important than ever to have a safe space to retreat to for positive distractions. 

When we need inspiration for a low-impact exercise move, a healthy recipe to get our gut in check, or a new way to be more mindful, these are the female experts we defer to. They’ve got an abundance of life hacks, tips, and tricks to better our lives, even if only for a moment.

  1. Well & Good: The Well & Good Instagram is a full-fledged, one-stop-shop for everything mind, body, and spirit. From beauty to fashion to fitness to news, the brand never ceases to teach us something new.

  2. Jessamyn Stanley: If yoga and body-positivity are your vibes, activist and founder of Underbelly Yoga, Jessamyn Stanley, has the content for you. With confidence and positive energy, she turns everything you thought you knew about fitness on its head.

  3. Chloe Ting: You may have seen this Australia-based fitness influencer’s videos before — they have millions of views on YouTube. She offers a plethora of exercise videos for people at all levels; we’re huge fans of her 10-minute ab workout. Ting's Instagram is worth a follow, too. 

  4. Esther Perel: Nurturing and creating healthier relationships is this psychotherapist’s bread and butter. Between her Ted Talks, social posts, and podcasts, there’s something to be learned from Perel everywhere you look. Check out Perel's Instagram for some inspiring content. 

  5. Dr. Sam Bunting: Yes, skinfluencers are a thing and if you’re a skincare hoarder like we are, then Dr. Sam has what you need. She’s aces at giving tips for how to handle annoying things like adult acne, and often reviews affordable products so you know where to spend your hard-earned cash.

Tags: Self Care, Mental Health, Social Media, Navigating the Pandemic, Overcoming Adversity

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Rose Low

Rose Low is a writer based in New York, with a background in social media strategy and reporting. She has a Masters from NYU and a love for romantic comedies. See Full Bio

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