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    What's New In Wellness This March

    Lucy Gornall

    A new month of wellness brings with it a whole new batch of essentials…


    New Wellness Book

    A no-nonsense guide to figuring out what you want in life, ‘Take It In: Do the inner work. Create your best damn life’, written by spiritual guide and teacher Giselle La Pompe-Moore is filled with exercises, advice and tips to help you create the life you want! 
    Out March 3, £16,99. 



    New wellness drink 

    Actress Blake Lively’s new sparkling non-alcoholic mixer tastes great, blended with a spirit of choice, but it also tastes delicious on its own. Blake has supposedly spent three years perfecting this drink, because after all, the spirit only really makes up around a quarter of the drink, so you may as well go for a swanky mixer.
    Find out more HERE



    New Pilates studio

    Located in London Fields, Studio Anatomy is an intimate group studio, with classes that fuse together the foundations of Pilates with functional fitness training, for a dynamic, full body workout. You’ll lengthen and tone your body whilst also boosting strength and flexibility.

    Studio Anatomy is currently offering a welcome deal too - 3 classes for £45 - so you can get fit for less.

    Find out more HERE



    New wellness yoga 

    YogaPause is the new programme launched in March by YogaBellies, a network of yoga classes across the UK. This new program is  aimed at women over 40 going through the different stages of menopause. 

    With a focus on weight-bearing yoga practices combined with weights, YogaPause aims to look at natural solutions to symptoms and promises strength, energy and vitality.

    Find out more HERE

    New wellness podcast 

    Wellbeing guru, author and TV presenter Poppy Jamie has launched a podcast, aimed at helping you destress, relax and let your mind take a breather. Unwind, hosted by Poppy herself, contains interviews with world-leading thinkers including mental health professionals, entrepreneurs, authors and influencers. It’s a moment to pause amid a busy world.

    Unwind with Poppy Jamie, available on apple podcasts, Audible, Spotify and more 


    New sporting event 

    Now with the weather warming up and the days getting longer, take your workout outside and enjoy an informal swim/run half marathon across London. The Swimmer takes in the city’s parks, pools and ponds. Starting in Hampstead Heath, participants run to Brockwell Park with a cold water dip at each of the swimming spots en route. 

    When and where: March 11, tickets cost £51. 

    Find out more HERE



    New health supplement 

    The UK’s first ever Liposomal vitamin B12 supplement is here with Well.Actually’s handy spray. It offers a convenient and effective way to achieve optimal absorption and results and is available in two natural flavours ‘very berry’ and ‘truly fruity’.

    Find out more HERE


    New feel-good dinner 

    On March 8, the world’s first Tree Course Menu; a collab between digital tree planting platform Treedom and award-winning chef Kirk Haworth, has been created entirely out of ingredients from trees. Think avocado ice cream with mandarin, pomegranate and lemon fruit salad, a tree nut roast and a smooth cacao mousse with coconut cream and pistachio ice cream. Plus, for every diner that attends, Treedom will plant a tree. 

    When and where: March 8, Untitled Bar 538 Kingsland Road London E8 4AH. 

    Tickets start at £50 per head for 3 courses and a beer.



    New beautifying menu

    A limited edition menu is hitting the capital this month at the Farm Girl cafes in Soho and South Kensington. Dishes are made using Tremella Mushroom Powder, the new mushroom powder by DIRTEA, creators of pure and potent mushroom-extract powders. 

    This ‘Beauty Mushroom’ powder is renowned for its beauty and skin enhancing properties. It’s pretty much nature’s version of hyaluronic acid said to improve skin tone, elasticity, and hydration, resulting in thicker hair, stronger nails and a reduction in fine lines and wrinkles. 

    Find out more HERE

    New travel essential 

    Keep your supplements in order with a Khila (pronounced Kee-Lah) Life pod which holds seven days worth of supplements and is made from aluminium and recycled plastic. It’s ideal for travel thanks to its tiny size (it fits into a trainer FYI) and has a vegan leather strap which can be attached to luggage. 

    Find out more HERE

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