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Sweaty Betty's guide to the City

posted on Friday, 2nd September 2016 | find under Fitness, Travel, Behind the Scenes
Get ready St. Paul's, Sweaty Betty's is coming to the City. 'There are so many busy women that love to workout in the City, and we wanted to provide them with a one-stop shop for on-trend activewear' reflects Founder and Creative Director Tamara Hill-Norton. To celebrate our 19th store in the capital opening its doors, we've compiled a guide of where to workout, sweat and get your culture fix in the area.

sweaty  bettys guide to one new change
Left: To The Beat Leggings and Right: To The Beat Sculpt Leggings


sweaty bettys guide to one new change


Not only does this boutique gym have the best changing rooms in town (allow extra time for these showers), 1Rebel also plays host to some of the best fitness classes. Box it out at Rumble, spin to a live band at Ride or join our ambassador Kim at Reshape for a seriously sweaty workout. 

Studio Lagree

Pilates meets Barrys Bootcamp, megaformer Pilates is a serious fitness trend in New York and LA. Making you feel muscles you didn't know existed, Studio Lagree has bought the trend to the UK wiith serious ab-burning results. 

Blue Cow Yoga x Heartcore

Offering a tranquil alternative to other studios in the area, Blue Cow Yoga was created by professionals to bring great yoga to the city. After teaming up with Heartcore two years ago, this beautiful space now offers reformer Pilates and barre too. 

Run along the Thames
Our new store is so close to the River Thames it almost seems rude not to take a run along the river, taking in London's famous landmarks along the way. 


sweaty bettys guide to one new change

Simple Health Kitchen

Aiming to challenge the misconception that healthy food has to be boring, Simple Health Kitchen provides simple and delicious meals with a nutritious twist. Head here for one of the best matcha latte's in town.


With unbeatable views across the city skyline, Madison is the perfect spot for a cocktail and panoramic scenes. 

Bread Street Kitchen 

A member of the Gordon Ramsay group, this informal dining spot near the Cathedral offers all-day dining in urban style surroundings. Open from breakfast till late, we recommend heading to Bread Street Kitchen for a hearty dish from the resident wood burning oven.

Black Sheep Coffee

Leave the herd behind at Black Sheep Coffee, the best place to grab an independent coffee in the area. We'll have a flat white please. 


sweaty bettys guide to one new change
Ambassador Kim wears the Upbeat Padded Bra and To The Beat Sculpt Leggings

St Paul's Cathedral

An infamous part of London's skyline, St Paul's Cathedral has stood at the highest part of the city for 1,400 years. So close to our new store we couldn't not mention it, head here post shopping for awe-inspiring interiors and visit the infamous crypt. 


Workout meets landmark, Monument offers the chance to climb 311 steps for panoramic views of London. Plus, you get a certificate at the bottom, who can ask for more?

Guildhall Art Gallery

Step into the ruins of London's Roman Amphitheatre before discovering seventeenth century portraits, Pre-Raphaelite masterpieces and a fascinating range of paintings documenting London's dramatic history at Guildhall Art Gallery.

Millennium Bridge 

Fancy popping across the river to the Tate Modern? Head across in style on this iconic 330ml steel bridge. 

Find out more about our City boutique and visit us in-store at One New Change, London, EC4M 9AG . Don't forget to follow us on Twitter and Instagram for opening day insights and event news! 
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