In the heart of New York’s Flatiron District between Madison Square Park and Sixth Avenue, there’s an oasis of sorts. In this haven, you’ll find repurposed wooden tables and lounge chairs, plenty of trail mix, tropical plants galore and, most importantly, good vibes. It’s home to Aloha, a health and wellness brand for modern-day life.
The company was founded by entrepreneur and avid kite surfer, Constantin Bisanz, who’s always had a strong interest in healthy, active living. “The main part of our vision is to create a new awareness in the market and challenge the brands like Nestlé,” Bisanz told Forbes. “It’s really our mission to raise the quality standards.”
Since its inception in January 2014, the company has grown to over 50 employees and launched The Aloha Way, a health-conscious digital magazine.
In the video above, Constantin walks us through Aloha’s chill space, which offers everything from classes with expert yogis to guest chefs who come in and whip up meals for staffers.