Get the most out of Dry January
The benefits of Dry January are pretty well-known: you and your bank balance with be fitter and happier as a result but how do you get through the long dark days of January without losing your resolve?
The best way to do it is to embrace all the things that make you happy – from exercise to your get your endorphins flowing, creative new outlets and embracing nourishing food and drink that’ll enjoy all that’s good about January 2020.
Find a new fitness idea you’ll love
Head to FLYKICK, a kickboxing inspired group fitness studio which combines high-intensity exercises, core training and relaxing stretching this January because they’ve got a host of offers to get you moving and enjoying it.
Not sure if it’s for you? Try out a class for only £10!
First-time flyer pack
Use code RPFLYJAN20 to receive £8 off three classes and a pair of boxing gloves. Offers must be redeemed before 31st January 2020 and are only offered to new customers. There is a two-week expiry on the class credits.
Join FLYKICK at 2pm every Sunday in January for a series of interactive Wellness Workshops focusing on a different topic of your wellbeing: Goal Setting, Nutrition, Breathwork/ Relaxation and Skincare. Tickets are £30 per session to include a FLYKICK class, the workshop and a goody bag. More information can be found here.
Discover new creative skills with The Sessions
A new calendar of events at The Triton Cafe will be getting into full swing with the arrival of 2020. From yogilates to HIIT, endurance and circuit classes via jewellery making with the gorgeous CAST jewellery, The Sessions are all about adding happiness, creativity and health to your week. There will also be upcoming workshops, talks and more so bookmark the page and invest in yourself in the New Year.
Find your power with Fitworks
On Tuesday 28th January (and also into February), Fitworks will be hosting lunchtime All Body Strength sessions at The Triton Cafe. With a mix of bodyweight exercise and resistance bands to stimulate all the muscles in your body, they’ll get you moving better while boosting your metabolism leaving you feeling worked out and great. Click here to book your spot.
Eat some vegan food
Veganuary is becoming as big as Dry January in the UK as more people embrace sustainable, plant-based diets. Inspired by the food and drinks spots at Regent’s Place, we’ve put together some of the best places to discover some seriously good vegan eating. Click here to see all.
Don’t miss the Dry January menu at The Refinery
Two mains and two drinks for £20 means January doesn’t have to be about sofa and Netflix. Plus, helping you through Dry January, The Refinery are offering a Bottle of Peroni Libera 0.0% or a glass of Torres Natureo red or white (0%) so you don’t have to settle for some fizzy water. With a menu that include vegan choices and comforting cottage pie – this is where you’ll find us in the New Year. They’ve also got a selection of other alcohol-free wines and beers, Real Kombuchas and contemporary new alcohol-free brands such as Nogroni and Aecorn spritz.
See some breakout theatre
From 7 January-1 February, a searing adaptation of Antigone will be arriving at the New Diorama theatre. It’s being produced by Holy What, a new theatre company founded by writer Lulu Raczka, director Ali Pidsley and producer Imogen Clare-Wood, who made their name with the successful production of A Girl in School Uniform (Walks into a Bar). Book your tickets now and be the first to discover up-coming talent.
Amp up your commute
Fed up of fighting with the bus and tube every day? Well, Cycle Republic are your friends… Not only will they be able to advise you on the best bike for you plus cyclewear but they’re affiliated with major tax free cycle schemes including Cyclescheme, Cycle2Work and Bike2Work. Pop in and see them for some inspiration.
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Last updated Sunday 8 October, 2023