The Hoboken Wellness Crawl Returns on September 19: Relax And Take A Deep Breath


Are you ready for some well-deserved pampering? You’re in luck, mama, because the 5th annual Hoboken Wellness Crawl, presented by Hoboken Girl, is back this year live and in-person from 11 AM to 4 PM on September 19 in Hoboken! Spend a leisurely day in Hoboken on a “wellness crawl,” which takes you to all of the coolest fitness, health, food, and beauty spots in Hudson County. If you’re in need of some self-care (who isn’t?), order your tickets and read on for all the details about what’s new and exciting at the Hoboken Wellness Crawl.

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Featured Photo Credit: Hoboken Wellness Crawl

Join Hoboken Girl for the 2021 Hoboken Wellness Crawl on September 19

Every mom needs a break sometimes, and the Hoboken Wellness Crawl is the perfect opportunity to have a moms’ day out with your besties. Or, if you have tweens or teens, take them along since it’s a fun way to learn about the importance of wellness.

Once you arrive, pick up your crawl bracelet from one of two check-in locations, and navigate your way around the city with a virtual map. You’ll be greeted with exclusive freebies and giveaways at every single one of the 100+ vendors that are on hand to make every mom look and feel her best. Go on a scavenger hunt for a chance to win a big prize at the end of the day.

You’re guaranteed to find your new favorite wellness venue, whether you’re looking to start a juice cleanse, find an exciting new workout besides chasing your toddler around, freshen up your look with some new highlights, or finally give acupuncture a try. The crawl will feature brick-and-mortar businesses and online and mobile businesses popping up within local shops. And good to know if you’re thinking about taking the plunge on a class or treatment—tons of discounts will be available through September 24.

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Grab your girlfriends and your goody bags at the Hoboken Wellness Crawl. Photo Credit: Hoboken Wellness Crawl

Ready to order tickets?

General admission tickets for the Hoboken Wellness Crawl are $25. Or treat yourself with a $60 VIP ticket and skip the check-in line, get automatically entered into all giveaways, and score a swag bag filled with wellness goodies valued at $100. You’ll be giving back, too, with $1 of every ticket sale donated to the Hoboken Food Pantry.

Have fun, stay safe

There will be plenty of COVID-19 protocols in place to make sure everyone can stay safe and enjoy a worry-free day. The event will be mostly outdoors with limited ticket sales, and you can enter giveaways in a contactless manner (and, FYI, they will follow all CDC guidelines and state requirements). While there will be no in-person fitness classes or indoor hubs, free class passes will be given out instead by some studios.

Some of the Hoboken Wellness Crawl vendors include:

Alivio Wellness
bwe kafe North End
Classical Acupuncture and Wellness
Local Barre
Meta Bodywork
Paloma Salon
Purely Juiced
Seazen Soap
Wolfpack Fitness

Purchase your ticket to the Hoboken Wellness Crawl and check out a complete list of vendors participating in this year’s event on September 19.

Do you plan to attend the Hoboken Wellness Crawl? We would love to hear about it!

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About Author

Charissa is a mom to two teenage girls and one very pampered pup. A lover of good books, strong coffee and bad puns, she has worked in publishing for 20+ years as a writer and copy editor. When not at home watching Gilmore Girls (Team Jess!), Charissa and her daughters enjoy hiking at Jockey Hollow, unearthing hidden treasures at local thrift stores (The Bargain Box in Morristown is one of their faves) and eating their way through New Jersey’s food truck festivals.