Keeping Dry January Fun

4 booze-free activities to do with friends...

The Yoga Brunch Club

Clem Balfour founded the Yoga Brunch Club, to break down barriers and make yoga more accessible for everyone. Designed to give you the opportunity to pause, breathe, stretch, eat and connect with a new group of people who share similar interests. Collaborating with hand-picked chefs to create exclusive menus for each event, using the freshest seasonal ingredients to create nourishing, memorable meals. Sounds good to us!

Boom cycle

Combining bikes and beats for the ultimate ‘party on a bike’ it’s a little more lively than your average spin class. The lights go down and the high energy music goes up. You’ll be swept away into an immersive experience where the world outside will cease to exist….so great to take your mind off worries and a great way to have a full body work out. Book a class here.

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Good gym

If getting fit by doing good sounds right up your street then look no further than Good Gym. A group of runners who also contribute to their local community. From planting trees in local parks and shifting earth for community gardening projects to sorting cans at a food bank; there are now 47 locations across the UK and 96,558 good deeds completed to date. You can sign up to your local group run for free and and if you’d like to continue regularly you can become a fully fledged member.

School of Life

Headquartered in London, The School of Life operates around the globe. Devoted to ‘developing emotional intelligence’. Focusing on issues such as how to find fulfilling work, how to master the art of relationships and how to achieve calm. Choose from one of their many valuable classes & workshops or their books & games for better gatherings.

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