JOIN US FOR A HEALTH-DEFINING DAY IN NYC
At our 2018 summits, we’ll continue to have cutting-edge panels of health-defining doctors and experts, along with a hall of experiential activations, ranging from binaural beats meditation to acupressure and tarot card readings. We hope to see you in NYC (January 27) and LA (June)—no repeated information, just a continually evolving conversation about wellness. We’ll keep sharing updates as the final details come together, but you can catch some highlights from our very first In goop Health summit here—and reserve your spot for NYC.
Turmeric $650 / Ticket
- Access to all panels
- Restorative self-care treatments—including massages, aromatherapy, Ayurvedic remedies, and supercharged wellness shots
- Mind-body-soul classes and well-being sessions, from sound meditation to breathwork
- All-day, feel-good food and drinks in goop hall
- Welcome kit packed with the day’s essentials
- Gift bag filled with $1,000+ worth of goop gear and beauty and wellness swag
- Surprises (of course)
Ginger $2,000 / Ticket
Everything from Turmeric, plus:
- Just-for-you morning workout class
- Early registration for summit breakout sessions
- Eat lunch with GP and select panelists—curated by Chef Camille Becerra of De Maria
- Best (panel) seats in the house
- Cocktails with GP and co.
- Gift bag filled with $3,000+ worth of goop gear and beauty and wellness swag
In goop Health NYC puts health-defining doctors, trusted experts, and more of the women (and men) who inspire us every day, together, in conversation—with you.
Wellness On Tap
We’ll spend the day testing out some of the most promising healing modalities and relaxing self-care treatments—with plenty of good-for-you, food-and-drink pit stops along the way.
Starting the in the a.m., you can get your caffeine fix—in matcha or coffee form—served up by favorite neighborhood baristas and alchemists from places like Chalait, Clover Grocery, Moon Juice, and The Good Sort
In goop hall, you’ll have your pick of snacks and more substantial meals all day long, including goods from abcV, Ancolie, Avocaderia, Brodo Broth Co., Cascadian Farm, Daily Harvest, Fields Good Chicken, Imperfect Produce, The Little Beet, Milk Bar, Morgenstern’s, Nix, Nourish Kitchen + Table, Surya Spa Bread, Two Hands, and west~borune.
Desirée Pais of Benshen will be leading a series of quick Kundalini-style meditations, and NYC-based healer and reiki master Erin Telford a mind-body-shifting breathwork session, to help put panel learnings into practice. For Ginger guests who want to get it moving, there’s also a class with Ashtanga yoga guru Eddie Stern (of Brookyln Yoga Club) and a Pilates-focused one with Heather Andersen.
We’ve built in chances for you to take a break and unwind throughout the day—whether that’s plopping down for a massage with the pros at Chillhouse, settling in for a rejuvenating FaceLove session, getting a custom Uma aromatherapy oil treatment, or throwing back a B12 shot via the Hydration Room.
It’s never a bad time to indulge in some feel-good, look-your-best self-care. Visit the mani station by leader in non-toxic nail care Côte, and stop in for a skin consultation with the beauty gurus at Heyday (to name a few).
We’re bringing some of the best healing treatments from the greater city (and globe) to summit—including acupressure with acupuncturist and certified herbalist Deganit Nuur and Ayurvedic salves from go-to Surya Spa.
Best of all, In goop Health is a place to explore new ideas and discover more of what feels good for you. Never listened to binaural beats? Test out the trance-like sound meditation that is becoming a brainwave phenomenon and find out why. Tarot virgin? Incredible intuitive Maria Papapetros is on call for readings.
Leave summit feeling renewed and, we hope, shifted in some sense by the thought-provoking experts leading the day’s panels. Change, too, can come in unexpected places. Like, say, a self-hypnosis session with Morgan Yakus whose gift lies in helping people get unstuck.
Getting ready for summit
We look forward to welcoming everyone traveling to NYC and hanging with the locals.
What to Wear
Plan to wear what you’ll be most comfortable in. Some form of athleisure attire—i.e., joggers, leggings, tee, cozy sweater, etc.—likely makes the most sense, particularly if you have a Ginger ticket and are going to participate in yoga/Pilates. (If you’re looking for more outfit/packing inspiration, see this guide to a wellness-centric weekend in NYC, tailored to In goop Health.) Note that we’ll have a footwear surprise for you at summit—check your email for details and to send over your shoe size.
We’ll have a coat/bag check on site so you can do an outfit change if you want at some point into denim or an extra layer.
What to Do
For additional tips and places to see, eat, shop, and play, see our New York City Guides.
The Uptown Guide
While downtown admittedly gets a lot of air time at goop—see our guides to the West Village/Soho, East Village/LES, Tribeca and beyond—we have some loyal uptown girls here, and even those of us who you won’t typically find above 34th Street have their beloved spots uptown. Read More
The Midtown Guide
Save for the theatre district, this slice of the island has historically been associated with office buildings, salad bars, and little else: When you ask most New Yorkers where to get a great lunch or after work drink, you’re met with blank stares. Read More
The Chelsea & Flatiron Guide
There’s a reason that everyone wants to have their office in Flatiron—in addition to being easily accessible from basically any part of the city, its streets are chock-full of great restaurants, bars, and shops. Read More
The West Village & Soho Guide
Every individual neighborhood in NYC has its charm, but there’s arguably a super-cluster of neighborhoods below 14th street that stretches from the west side into the center of the Manhattan, roughly encompassing: Meatpacking, West Village, Greenwich Village, Soho, Nolita, and Little Italy. Read More
The East Village & Lower East Side Guide
For whatever reason, the East Village has somehow escaped a lot of the glossifying that other Downtown neighborhoods have experienced over the past several years. Read More
The Lower Manhattan Guide
While Lower Manhattan used to be somewhat of a ghost town on the weekends—and a sea of bankers during the week—a lot of businesses have been moving south, and with them, a slew of new shops and restaurants. Read More
The Brooklyn Guide
At this point, Brooklyn is really a city unto itself. The transformation started with Williamsburg, which really put Brooklyn on the map for this generation of New Yorkers, though each neighborhood has its own little personality and… Read More
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What’s In goop Health?
Goop’s wellness summit (you can buy tickets here). The day will be packed with panels from cutting-edge doctors and scientists, trusted experts, and some of the women (and men) who inspire us the most. You’ll also get a chance to try mind-body classes and indulge in restorative self-care sessions—from binaural beats meditation, to acupressure, to tarot card readings—shop the goop retail hall, and sample delicious, feel-good food.
When and where is the summit?
Our first East Coast summit is on Saturday, January 27, 2018 in New York City, from 8 a.m. to 6 p.m. (Exact start and end time depends on the ticket option you choose; we’ll send you complete location and timing details closer to the date.)
What do I need to bring with me?
Just yourself and your digital e-ticket (and maybe a friend or two!). We’ve got you covered with everything else, including food, drink, pen, paper, and goop swag.
What is everyone wearing?
Plan to wear what you’ll be most comfortable in. Some form of athleisure attire—i.e., joggers, leggings, tee, cozy sweater, etc.—likely makes the most sense, particularly if you have a Ginger ticket and are going to participate in yoga/Pilates. Note that we’ll have a footwear surprise for you at summit—check your email for details and to send over your shoe size.
We’ll have a coat/bag check on site so you can do an outfit change if you want at some point into denim or an extra layer.
When will I get the final summit schedule?
You can check in for updates on this page. The week before the summit, we will send through a quick rundown of everything you need to know.
Is the event all ages?
The summit is for adults, twenty-one and up. (Photo ID’s will be checked upon arrival.)
What’s included in the goop hall?
The goop hall is an interactive retail and food space packed with our favorite brands and varied self-care treatments. The food, drinks, and wellness adventures in the hall are all on us. And you’re invited to shop the wellness gear in the hall’s pop-up shop.
Will there be breakfast and lunch?
Of course! Every ticket to In goop Health includes a pass to the goop hall, an interactive food and retail hub with good eats from places like Brodo, Chalait, Clover Grocery, and many more.
Can you guys accommodate vegetarians, food allergies, etc.?
Definitely—we will have vegan, vegetarian, gluten-free, etc. options available.
Will vendors accept credit cards?
Yes, all credit cards will be accepted. Note: Cash and checks will not be accepted onsite, though.
When do I get the gift bag?
You can pick up your In goop Health gift bag (filled with goop swag) at the end of the summit in our gifting suite.
Can I exit and re-enter In goop health?
No re-entry, unfortunately, so please plan to hang.
We are unable to offer any kind of refund, transfer, exchange, or credit for tickets.
Can I sell or transfer my ticket or digital ticket?
You cannot sell your ticket or give your ticket to someone else (system-wise, this would cause your account to be disabled).
I’m planning to bring friends but I don’t know who yet—can I purchase multiple tickets under my name and email address?
Yes, no problem. We’ll just need to know each individual guest’s name by January 5—for check-in purposes and to be sure that they’re able to pre-register for on-site activations. Once you know who you are bringing with you, send us a note (email@example.com) with your guests’ names and email addresses. We’ll update all the info on our end.
I purchased a ticket for the 2018 NYC summit at the 2017 LA summit. Does my ticket still stand?
Absolutely—and looking forward to seeing you again! You should have received an email confirmation. If you have not, please reach out to us at firstname.lastname@example.org.
How do I register for classes?
We’ll send an email in January to all ticket holders with registration info for body work classes and other wellness adventures on site. Stay tuned!
I want to book a hotel close by-where exactly is In goop Health?
The summit will be in lower Manhattan (we’ll release venue details to ticket holders closer to the date). P.S. Our friends at the 1 Hotels have offered discounted rates at their Central Park location. To book your room, visit the 1 Hotels site here. For other NYC tips and places to go, you can also check out our city guides.
How do I redeem my In goop Health gift card?
To claim your ticket, click “get tickets,” and enter the promo code from your gift card when prompted for your “access key” and “discount code”. Click buy and a confirmation email will be sent your way. We’ll see you in January!
Can I get a refund, or transfer my gift card?
The gift card may be redeemed for $650 in credit, for use only at goop.com/shop. Please reach out to email@example.com for further details.
I want to gift someone a ticket to summit—where can I purchase tickets?
Who do I contact for questions?
If you have any other questions, please contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org; we’ll get back to you as soon as we can.
A Look Back
The 2018 summits will each be their own original adventures, so if you missed 2017’s In goop Health, here’s a sampling of what we got up to.
Sound bath HQ with NYC-based medita- tion/sound therapy practitioner Sara Auster.
Colleen McCann works her crystal magic.
Your aura RN, captured by Radiant Human.
Taryn Toomey led a custom, no-sweat version of her signature “The Class.”
Habib Sadeghi in his Cosmic Flow.
Girlboss’s Sophia Amoroso at the re-hydration station powered by the I.V. Doc.
Working out the kinks with Lauren Roxburgh. (Thanks for out- fitting our studio, Manduka!)
Now serving: your morning shot from Lifehouse Tonics.
No goop editors were harmed in the making of this AMA.
Bone broth, plus mix-ins, by Belcampo.
Alexis Smart has a floral tincture for whatever ails you.
Some midday TLC from the FaceLove massage crew.
Seamus Mullen kicks off the day’s first panel, Gut Check, with
Alejandro Junger, Dr.
Amy Myers, and Dr.
A moment of zen.
Sweets the goop-y way: kale cookies + cream and matcha coconut push-pops, served straight from CHLOE’s adorable ice cream cart.
Mani refreshes by tenoverten, a leader in the non-toxic nail care movement.
Dyson and Glamsquad were on touch-up duty all day for panelists and guests.
Poke to go.
Matcha for all.
Bite-sized chia pudding and berries from Ancolie café.
Bubbles by Bai.
Master of ceremonies.
Chef Seamus Mullen cooked up a family-style lunch for GP and 150 of the day’s guests in The Collagen Garden.
Lenny Letter’s Jenni Konner (check out her hilarious behind-the-scenes Q&A;).
The littlest vegan donuts from Erin McKenna’s Bakery.
Our Head of Content, Elise, led The Mother Load panel with Dr.
Oscar Serrallach, Dr.
Robin Berman, and Dr.
Moon Juice on tap.
Come lunchtime, sweetgreen really hit the spot.
Game, set, match.
Kye’s take on the breakfast burrito. (Nori-wrapped, obviously.)
Shopping the Clean Beauty Apothecary.
GP with the knockout women from our sex panel (i.e. The Three-Way): Esther Perel, Jenni Konner, Nicole Daedone, Layla Martin.
The live, 10-minute facelift with Dr.
Kitchen essentials in the goop hall.
At your service: the goop Pharmacy stocks supplements, brain dust, and (of course) jade eggs.
Cacao coconut granola from new Silver Lake spot, Botanica.
Cameron Diaz, GP, Tory Burch, Nicole Richie, and Miranda Kerr before the keynote panel, appropriately named, “Balls in the Air.”
Psychotherapist duo Dr.
Phil Stutz and Barry Michels open up their toolkit.
Some summit goers literally rolled their goody-bag haul home, courtesy of Tumi.
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