Health startup has acquired Bangalore-based mental wellness startup Seraniti for an undisclosed amount, and absorbed its operations under,’s mental wellness vertical. has onboarded Seraniti’s team of 15 therapists and 8,000 customers, as per the Economic Times.

Seraniti offered counselling, therapy and psychiatrist services in Bangalore and Pune. It was established in 2016 (the same year as by “’s mental wellness expert” Dr Shyam Bhat. Seraniti’s clinics in Bangalore and Pune will now be rebranded as Seraniti’s website pages redirect to a post about the acquisition. Although the Seraniti website says its customers can access its services in 8 centres in Bangalore, it does not mention anything about its Pune customers. had invested in the company in 2016, per ET. Without disclosing the deal size, co-founder Ankit Nagori told the publication that the company had paid the angel investors of Seraniti. offers yoga, meditation and group therapy sessions at physical centers and DIY video sessions. In July 2017, it had acquired another Bangalore based yoga center brand ‘a1000yoga’, and rebranded two of a1000yoga’s three centers as centers. It launched as a standalone product/vertical under a month later in August, which also included the rebranded physical centers. Until then, featured mental health and wellness content. Now, claims to have over 11,000 members, with 70 centers operational across India. is 2-year old health startup which has four major verticals — for fitness, for mental wellness, offers health food, and finally offers video consultations with doctors.

In September, the company said that it would launch quick service restaurants in Bangalore.

Previous acquisitions

CureFit has been acquiring and investing in health–related services:

  • In May, it acquired fitness chain Fitness First for an undisclosed amount to expand its presence in Delhi and enter Mumbai.
  • Curefit also acquired a majority stake in Tribe Fitness Club, Gyms, which operated fitness studios along with specialized fitness programs.
  • In 2016, the company also invested $3 million into fitness company Cult for a majority stake.
  • It also acquired food delivery startup Kristy Kitchens.’s funding