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Sweaty Betty & Howard Napper Collaborate

posted on Monday, 16th November 2009 | find under Nutrition
Sweaty Betty’s newest boutique, Kings Rd 125 celebrates its arrival into a new community...

Sweaty Betty’s newest boutique, Kings Rd 125 celebrates its arrival into a new community in collaboration with Howard Napper. Appropriately born at 147 Kings Rd, Howard is a Yoga Teacher, Author, Broadcaster and Lifestyle Expert, one of the best known faces of Yoga today and renowned for his open approach to the practice. Sweaty Betty will be offering a unique workshop and Q&A with Howard, focusing on understanding and unlocking the stresses of modern life. Situated at our new store, in the heart of Chelsea, this event will take place on December 16th from 6.30 - 7.30.

In his recent years Howard’s open and knowledgeable approach has enabled him to reach out beyond the confines of traditional yoga to address some of the fundamentals of the human condition, including stress and the way in which we age. In this workshop, we will uncover the nature of stress, as well as discovering effective mechanisms to cope with the stresses of a modern life. We will also understand what is meant by 'good stress.’ Through ancient yoga techniques we will learn how the body is more than capable of dealing with stress. We will use dynamic yoga positions to relieve the effects of stress on the body in conjunction with the use of passive relaxation techniques to balance the body’s central nervous system. This workshop is aimed at all levels and is ideal for anyone who has ever felt the daily pressures of life.

Sweaty Betty Kings Rd 125 is the newest addition to the Sweaty Betty boutique family. Sitting in the company of LuLu Guiness and Jamie Oliver’s Recipease, we were recently awarded 'Highly Commended’ in the 2009 Retail Interiors Awards, Best Small Store category.

'We feel Kings Rd 125 is the perfect fit for our continued focus as the point of reference for Well Being in the community. Only minutes from Chelsea’s Farmers Market, the 'local hero’ coffee shop, studios and spas, its’ location is also perfect for our free yoga, pilates, running and workout clubs.' Tamara Hill-Norton Sweaty Betty Founder

This collaboration is deeply seeded in our ethos to empower women through fitness and is a great extension of the free weekly clubs we offer from our 25 boutiques nationwide. What is more - it is a great introduction to a community within which we hope to provide a focus for fitness and well being.

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