Boost Your Fitness and Wellbeing this February at InnerGood Place at Regent’s Place!

On Wednesday 20th February, Regent’s Place, the busy work and social hub located between King’s Cross and the West End, is inviting Londoners to get ‘InnerGood Place’ in time for spring, with a free festival for the mind and body. Regent’s Place will host a one-day programme of classes, workshops and talks designed to celebrate health, wellbeing and mindfulness. Attendees can take some well-earned time out from their busy schedules to participate in events such as yoga, sound baths and mental productivity. Guests can also drop in throughout the day to explore the chill zones, whilst pausing to grab a nourishing, overnight oats jar from the café space. Designed to help you kick start the day or end on a high, InnerGood Place will be the ideal spot to brush off the winter blues and welcome in the new season.

InnerGood Place will begin at 7:00am with a sunrise yoga class. Focusing on strength, flexibility and breathing, the class will prepare guests for the day ahead.

Following this, Charlotte Wiseman, wellbeing consultant and researcher known for her pioneering work in the field of mental fitness, will host two X-Fit for the Mind™ classes designed to reduce stress, boost motivation and enhance relationships.

As the working day begins, InnerGood Place will host a Breakfast Groove where visitors can pop in for a complimentary breakfast and take advantage of the free co- working space whilst enjoying tunes spun by live DJs. Pop in between 9:30-11:30 to get your jive on!

Fitness clubs led by experts in their fields will be scheduled for the rest of the day, including a running club with Soraya Merry Lees, cardio club with Chris Smith and a bodyweight and movement club with Alex Sesto. At midday, nutritional expert Hala El Shafe will host a panel talk with guests including Benedict Wintour (founder of Steel Warriors) and Charlotte Wiseman (X-Fit for the Mind™) to discuss the question: ‘Mind over body, or body over mind?’. Hala El Shafe will also host an Overnight Oats in a jar workshop at 16:00. Hala will educate guests about the benefits of various ingredients and provide tips on how to make overnight oats that will inspire and motivate healthy eating.

Finally, guests can wind down with a second yoga session with Anna Henrika before indulging in the InnerGood Place sound bath, the ultimate way to disconnect from city life for an hour. Participants simply need to close their eyes, forget about any looming deadlines and enjoy this glorious form of sound meditation.

Celebrating the mind and body, InnerGood Place is the perfect opportunity to unwind and re-boot this February.

InnerGood Place will take place at: Regent’s Place
17-19 Triton Street London

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About Regent’s Place

Regent’s Place is a 13 acre, fully managed campus owned by British Land, featuring unrivalled local and international transport links, the latest in sustainable design, a lively mix of retail, leisure and public spaces – and all within strolling distance of one of London’s most beautiful parks on one side and the heart of the West End to the other.

Fronting onto the Euston Road, Regent’s Place is situated between King’s Cross and Paddington and benefits from being within a couple of hundred meters of four tube stations – (Regent’s Park, Great Portland Street, Warren Street and Euston Square) – providing access to six different tube lines. The Heathrow Express and Gatwick Express are each only 3 tube stops away, and Eurostar is just 2 stops away. The heart of the West End, Oxford Street, is 1 tube stop away or a 10 minute walk to the south.

Regent’s Place totals around two million sq ft of office, retail and residential and is home to in excess of 20,000 workers and residents. Occupiers include Dentsu Aegis, Debenhams, Facebook, Gazprom, Lendlease, Ricoh and Santander.

At the heart of Regent's Place is Regent’s Place Plaza, a place to meet, eat, drink and spend time. In addition it plays host to an array of regular events, from food markets to an open air big screen. Throughout Regent’s Place the open spaces and buildings are enhanced by numerous public art installations, from both internationally recognised names as well as young breakthrough artists commissioned by British Land.

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