Given the recent, sharp increase in anti-Asian violence in the City and across the country, many are looking for ways that they can help and show support. The Infatuation has shared this helpful guide of NYC and Georgia-based organizations that accept donations, as well as a list of other ways you can positively impact Asian communities if you’re not in the position to donate.
In an effort to support and elevate the Asian, South Asian, and Pacific Islander community in our district, we’ve compiled a list of Asian-Owned Businesses that can be impacted immediately and locally by your patronage. The Flatiron & NoMad neighborhoods are proud to be the home to a number of Asian-Owned businesses across a variety of sectors:
Dharma Yoga Center, 46 W 24th Street, (212) 889-8160, @dharmayoganyc Dharma Yoga Center, offering daily yoga practices in Asana, Pranayama, Meditation, Yoga Nidra and Spiritual Discourse.
Gotham Jiu Jitsu, 210 Fifth Avenue
Personal training coach Peter Tay combines traditional Jiu-Jitsu with Brazilian Jiu-Jitsu for an injury-free workout. Rates and packages.
Y7 Studio, 25 West 23rd Street,@y7studio Yoga fitness center breaking down traditional barriers to make it inclusive and accessible.
Atoboy, 43 East 28th Street, (646) 476-7217, Menu, @atoboynyc Korean tasting menus by husband-and-wife duo.
Mista Oh, 41 West 24th Street, (646) 559-8858, Delivery or Pick-up, @mistaoh_nyc Mista Oh prides itself on serving authentic Korean flavors and offering customer service that makes you feel like family.
sundays, 51 East 25th Street, (646) 998-5711, @sundays_studio sundays set out to revolutionize the traditional manicure with custom-designed non-toxic vegan nail polish in a space fit for meditation. Book an appointment here.