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Sweaty Betty's Insider's Guide to Marylebone

posted on Monday, 9th March 2015 | find under Travel, Behind the Scenes
This Friday, Sweaty Betty will open doors to its 18th London boutique, and on one of the capital’s most iconic high streets. Here roadshow manager Becca takes us through the charming village of Marylebone and its finest venues for working out, eating and drinking, going running and more…

Sweaty Betty Roadshow Manager Becca

Work out…

Psycle: Classes at this spin studio champion highly energising playlists with unique instructors who lead a synchronised group with dynamic movements. The resulting experience is too much fun to feel like a work out, and the endorphin rush is what keeps you coming back again and again. #TeamSB are addicted.

Barrecore Mayfair: This nationally renowned ballet-inspired brand has a beautiful studio in Cavendish Square, where you can try everything from their introductory BarreMIXED class to their conditioning-focused BarreBANDS class and the serious cardiovascular challenge of HIITCore. Their method is challenging yet rewarding, with fabulous instructors there to encourage you through those leg-shaking isometric movements.

The Third Space: This chic, well-equipped gym has everything you could need with an array of up-to-the-minute classes and a revitalising spa and pool area.

Psycle Marylebone

Practice yoga and Pilates...

Indaba Yoga: One of London’s top yoga centres is conveniently located close to Marylebone Station and has many highly regarded instructors. Expect an ‘Om’ worthy environment and an extensive class timetable to accommodate everyone’s schedule.

BePilates: Highly attentive instructors guide you through small group classes in a beautifully serene studio. This relaxed yet professional environment allows you to try new directions of Pilates, whether it be classic mat, reformed, tower or MOTR.

Eat and drink…

Roots and Bulbs: For healthy cold pressed juices, there is nowhere better than this Roots and Bulbs shop just a stone’s throw from our new boutique at the bottom of Marylebone High-Street. Make it your favourite post-workout treat.

Natural Kitchen: Marylebone’s best port-of-call for healthy groceries and take-away or quick sit-in lunches. Among the many on-site offerings are juices, gluten-free bakes and an incredible butchers.

The Providores and Tapa Room: The perfect spot for a Sunday morning brunch after calling into the weekly farmers’ market. This café and restaurant is just around the corner on Cramer Street, and serves up some of London’s finest coffee.

Natural Kitchen Marylebone

Go running…

With Regents Park on our doorstep and Hyde Park and Primrose Hill close by, there are endless scenic routes for keen runners to explore.

Also worth a visit…

Daunt Bookshop: This beautiful Edwardian book shop has grand oak galleries and is a must-visit for any bookworm.

Sunday Farmers Market: Located weekly on Cramer Street, this market is open between 10am and 2pm and features an impressive array of fresh and inspiring ingredients across 30-40 stalls. A great place to get your organic produce!

Join us at 3 Marylebone High Street from 10am on Friday 13 March to explore the new boutique. You’ll also have first pick of some brand new summer pieces, which will launch in Marylebone before they’re available anywhere else. With a DJ on location and complimentary Roots and Bulbs juices, it promises to be an invigorating start to your weekend. 

Alternatively, sign up here for a special Mother's Day Power Yoga class
in the new boutique, or follow us on social for information about more complimentary classes in the boutique and across selected studios.
 
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