The wellbeing Guide to London

A guide to the holistic hot spots in London

Wellbeing London Sally LovettJust weeks after welcoming in 2013 with our New Year yogis in Cornwall and as detox fever and new years resolutions sweep across the cityAdventureYogi yoga teacher, Sally Lovett has launched her brand new book, The Wellbeing Guide to London.

This beautifully designed, hand-bag sized book is a guide to London’s healthiest and most holistic places – including vegetarian, raw & vegan places to eat, the very best yoga and meditation centers and fun places to work up a sweat and get high on endorphins. Each review is accompanied by gorgeous photographs and there’s also expert advice from leading London practitioners on all aspects of health and well-being. Look closely and you might find a page on AdventureYogi too!

We will be running a competition to WIN a copy in the February newsletter so sign up here to be in with a chance!

For a fine £10 it is yours.  A pocket hanbook indispensinble if you are new to London or simply don’t have time to find out where the best places to eat, drink, do yoga, pilates or workshops.  A must have. You can buy the book directly at www.wellbeing-london.com.

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Michelle is the co-founder of AdventureYogi. She began this way of life when she spent her winters in the Italian and French Alps, and her summers in Sardinia, working in the tourism industry managing chalets in Chamonix and villas in Sardinia. She then moved to Japan to pursue her passion of snowboarding in the Japanese Alps and this is where her interest in natural health, healing and yoga developed.

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