Yeotown’s guide to… Marylebone

Want to know how the team at Yeotown would spend a perfect day in and around Marylebone? Read on to discover their top picks…
@sweatbybxr

Start your day with aN ENERGISING workout at Sweat by BXR. There are four workouts to choose from…

Skills: High-intensity boxing, bodyweight exercises and core drills paired with high-energy music that delivers a punch your body’s never taken. Strength & Conditioning: A workout that focuses on using dumbbells, kettle-bells and suspension training to help you push, pull and lift your way to a stronger you. Cardio: A whole-body workout on a VersaClimber in a fun, nightclub style environment with a mixture of muscle isolations and intervals. Mobility: A class that will help you develop your muscles for maximum effectiveness.

@yeotownkitchen

After a high-energy workout, walk 2 minutes down Chiltern Street to find Yeotown Kitchen…

Reward your weary limbs with a plate of ‘Forgiveness‘ – Avocado toast with sunflower tamari super seed mix, Yeotown hot sauce, radish, sprouted micro greens on sourdough or gluten-free bread. Keep cortisol at bay with an speciality turmeric latte and a 5 minute chill in one of our custom meditation pod downstairs.

#regentspark

No Yeotown adventure would be complete without a dose of nature.

Regent’s Park is just a 10 minute walk from Yeotown Kitchen and is full of delights including…

Primrose Hill – A grassy hill topped by a viewpoint, Primrose Hill has a character all of its own – it is separated from Regent’s Park by Prince Albert Road and the ZSL London Zoo.

ZSL London Zoo – Situated on the northern edge of The Regent’s Park, London Zoo houses a collection of 755 species of animals, making it one of the largest collections in the UK.

The Avenue Gardens – These Victorian style gardens are located at the end of the Broad walk near Chester Gate and include the Bog Garden, English Gardens and Lion Vase.

Queen Mary’s Gardens – Queen Mary’s Garden is a world-famous garden named after the wife of King George V. The rose garden is London’s largest collection of roses with approximately 12,000 roses.

Open Air Theatre – With one of the largest auditoria in London, the Open Air Theatre in Regent’s Park is the oldest, professional, permanent outdoor theatre in Britain. It offers a range of theatre, music, comedy and film events each year from May to September.

Regent’s Park Allotment Garden – A food garden that features a wide range of fruits and vegetables and information on growing techniques. The garden is located at the corner of Chester Road and The Inner Circle.

View the Regent’s Park map here

@lululemonuk

Drop into Lululemon Marylebone for some retail therapy…

Lululemon Athletica make technical athletic apparel for yoga, running, dancing, and most other sweaty pursuits.  The Marylebone store hosts in-store events ranging from self-defence to goal-setting workshops to complimentary yoga classes led by their ‘community ambassadors’.

Now treat yourself to a little pamper…

Pay a visit to Facegym in Selfridges to try their Yoga Face workout. This all-natural beauty fix will leave you feeling pampered, relaxed and positively glowing. Find them in The Beauty Workshop on the ground floor. Best to book in advance.

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