Welcome to Peoplehood.
A first-of-its-kind practice designed to improve our relationships, starting with ourselves.

"It feels therapeutic, but it's not therapy. It's vitamins, not medicine."

- Julie Rice in New York Times

"I felt pure gratitude towards those who listened to me and did not interrupt, or offer advice, or disagree, or try to fix things. I didn't realize how rarely this happens in my life until I experienced the session"

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"It feels therapeutic, but it's not therapy. It's vitamins, not medicine."

- Julie Rice in New York Times

"I felt pure gratitude towards those who listened to me and did not interrupt, or offer advice, or disagree, or try to fix things. I didn't realize how rarely this happens in my life until I experienced the session"

Times of London logo

"It feels therapeutic, but it's not therapy. It's vitamins, not medicine."

- Julie Rice in New York Times

"I felt pure gratitude towards those who listened to me and did not interrupt, or offer advice, or disagree, or try to fix things. I didn't realize how rarely this happens in my life until I experienced the session"

Times of London logo
What is Peoplehood?
Peoplehood is a practice, like a workout for your relationships
Our 60-minute guided group conversations, we call them GATHERS, have up to 20 participants, and an intention. We SPEAK FREELY and LISTEN DEEPLY. There’s music and breathwork to ease you into the experience.

Whether you’re looking to CHANGE OLD HABITS or BUILD NEW CONNECTIONS, there’s one thing we know... you’ll walk away feeling better than when you arrived.
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Today
Goop
Well + Good
WWD
Wall Street Journal
Why Peoplehood?
01
Humans… We Have a Problem
Our happiness and health is, more than anything, connected to the quality of our relationships. And yet, 61% of adults identify as lonely, while 4 in 10 report having no close personal relationships.
02
Listening is the Magic Pill
ACTIVE LISTENING - (listening without interrupting, offering advice or giving an opinion), is the #1 relationship building skill. Feeling heard boosts oxytocin and dopamine, our “feel good” brain chemicals.
03
Peoplehood Builds High Quality Human Connections
Our mission is to equip people with space, support and skills to build deeper, more meaningful relationships with others and themselves.
Try a
Gather
Joining your first Gather is easy! Here’s how it works.
1
Sign up
Help us get to know you by answering a few quick questions
2
Log in
Check out our weekly schedule, and decide which Gather is right for you.
1. Choose a format
Or
Peoplehood - Come solo, meet new people, make time to process life & hear yourself think.
Couplehood - Come with your partner; enjoy intentional time with the person that matters most.
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1. Choose a format
Or
In-person at our flagship location in NYC
Virtually on our digital platform
3
Rinse and repeat
Peoplehood is a practice. Coming weekly will help you change old patterns, build new habits and feel more connected to yourself and others.
Pricing
Virtual
In-Person
Packages and memberships redeemable for all In-Person formats (Peoplehood, Couplehood, and all other formats on the schedule)
NYC Location
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Visit our Flagship NYC Location in Chelsea!
Our three-story sanctuary is a modern community center for people seeking a space to unload, share, listen, and connect.

The building features a coffee bar, a retail shop, and an event space for special Member programming.

We can't wait to Gather with you!

109 W 17th Street(bet 6th & 7th Ave)New York, NY 10011
people@peoplehood.com
1-833-MYPPLHD
Our Guides
Our Guides are a diverse group of humans handpicked and trained to deliver an exceptional experience.

Guides are storytellers, super connectors, DJ’s and empaths with big hearts and even bigger smiles. They know what you’re going through, because they’ve been there too.
Our Story
Our Story
In 2006, we founded SoulCycle. We realized that people came for the workout, but stayed for the connections they created in the studios. They found a community, a place where they belonged.

When we left SOUL in 2016, the world felt different. We were all “connected,” but felt oddly disconnected. Social, cultural and technological forces were pulling us all apart and the institutions keeping us together were losing relevance. People reported feeling isolated, lonely, and burned out. And then the pandemic hit.

We spent three years researching how communities form, how to bring people together, and how feeling connected can affect our happiness and health. We became obsessed with creating a modern place to gather, with an intentional focus on relationship building skills. We set out to create a group practice driven by peer-to-peer connection, collaboration and growth. The result is Peoplehood.

So here we are. The next chapter. We look forward to sharing it with you.