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The Wellness Guide

4 January 2018

New year, new you? Here's five things you can do to stay happy and healthy this month (and beyond).

1. Schedule a workout

Introducing our latest fitness obsession: Another Space in Covent Garden. Whether you’re a yogi, spin addict or love HIIT, 

this sleek studio has it all from London’s best trainers to luxury toiletries and straighteners (they even have razors). Oh, 

and don’t miss the made-to-order smoothie bar on your way out. There’s no membership fee or contract, just grab a

friend, book your class and go, go, go.

2. Upgrade your kit

If you're still seeking motivation, refresh your workout wardrobe with our latest edit of winning pieces. A new pair of 

statement leggings or trainers might just be the incentive you need for a personal best in the sporting style stakes.


3. Make time for me-time

Set in the peaceful Surrey countryside, Grayshott Spa is one of the UK’s ultimate, long-respected health farms. Whether 

you’re looking for a day of pampering or a full reboot with their award winning seven-day regime, this is the place to 

be to simply get away from it all.

4. Feast on this

If afternoon tea is one of your guilty pleasures, say goodbye to the guilt and get down to Notting Hill’s trendy plant-based 

restaurant, Farmacy for a ‘High Tea' with a difference. At just £35 a head, expect pulled jackfruit and chilli tacos, banana and 

maca caramel cake, and of course, scones – this time with clotted coconut ‘cream’. Who said healthy had to be boring?

5. Colour yourself happy

Less reading, more colouring this January. Johanna Basford’s latest masterpiece, 'Ivy and the Inky Butterfly' is the 

most creative way to beat stress and tap into the mindfulness trend. Grab your pencils and colour your way to calm.

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