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East London : Wellbeing
Published 18 March 2019
Written by Sarah

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East London : Wellbeing

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The Project at Hoxton is in the heart of East London. After rounding up our favourite restaurants, shops and cultural places in and around Hoxton, we thought we’d take a look at the best places to feel that flow and workout within walking distance of The Project.

Chroma Yoga

You might have read our post on the power of colour, and this is one yoga studio that really believes in it. Combining light therapy, scent and yoga, Chroma Yoga is a multi-sensory fitness experience, and a pretty unique one at that. Interested? Find out more on their website here.

45 Charlotte Road, London EC2A 3PD

BLOK

If you like to hit it hard when you workout, you’ll want to give BLOK a go. This boutique-fitness space offers a whole host of classes, with everything from boxing to ballet fit, but one thing is for sure you’ll be working up a sweat – luckily there is a pretty cool cafe to re-fuel in after your class too (we recommend the Chocbuster shake!).

2 Hearn Street, London EC2A 3BR

Tempo Pilates

This is pilates that doesn’t miss a beat. Tempo Pilates combines music and reformer pilates (that’s the one using the machines) to really get you feeling that flow. With classes for all abilities, complete newbies and seasoned pros are both welcome.

6 Cygnet St, London E1 6GW

1 Rebel

Want it hot and sweaty, and over quick? 1 Rebel is the studio for you. Famed for it high intensity workouts, you can expect spin sessions to live music and insane interval training with treadmill sprints. This one really isn’t for the faint hearted.

63 St Mary Axe, London EC3A 8LE

Of course these fitness studios are all well and good, but none of them can you literally roll out of bed into, which is why we built a state of the art gym at The Project at Hoxton, and if that doesn’t appeal we’ve also got rooftop yoga in our sky gardens.

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