Health, Wellness, and Fitness Brands For Black Women

Black women aren’t waiting around for the traditionally white and homogenous health and wellness industry to cater to them; they’re creating their own spaces and redefining health and wellness on their own terms. If you’ve ever felt unwelcome, uncomfortable, or othered in wellness spaces, this directory is for you. I curated a list of Black-founded wellness and fitness platforms and brands dedicated to serving the needs of Black women and women of color. From Black-owned CBD brands to yoga communities and mental health platforms, I’ve got you covered. Check them out ahead and bask in all this Black girl magic.

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