A New Year is the best time for a new habit. So why not start with a simple one - a mid-week lunchtime recharge.
Stepping away from your to-do list and engaging in a different activity during your lunchtime, can positively offer a much-needed opportunity to recharge both mentally and physically.
Taking time for yourself isn't a luxury – it's an l investment in your overall health and effectiveness.
Join us on Wellness Wednesdays
Every Wednesday lunchtime we provide an opportunity to stretch your legs, clear your mind, and recharge for the afternoon ahead.
We have a regular schedule of activities including our Be Well Walks, yoga, dance and wellbeing focussed workshops, which you can all join for FREE.
We encourage you to bring your colleagues to kick start a happier, healthier New Year together.
Check out our full schedule of events and book your place today!
Join our Guided Wellness Walks
For those fortunate enough to work or reside in Richmond, we invite you take part in our independent guided meditative walks on any day of the week.
These lunchtime walks present you with historic architecture and stunning landscapes that defines Richmond. Whilst enjoying a relaxing, meditative narrative provided by Carmen Rendell and Andrew Cuerden from Soulhub.
The ‘Green and Grounding’ walk with Andrew, is designed to facilitate deeper peace and calm in your overall being. The route takes you from Richmond Station through the Richmond Greens, along the Thames river and back up to the Greens via Friars lane, Kings Street and Paved Court.
The ‘Flow of Inspiration’ walk with Carmen, is designed to help you find inspiration from your surroundings and a spring in your step. The route takes you from Richmond Station through the Richmond Greens, along the Thames river and back up to the Greens via Friars lane, Kings Street and Paved Court.
Both the ‘Green and Grounding’ walk and a ‘Flow of Inspiration’ walk are FREE to download with directions and mindfulness exercises available en route via a series of QR codes.
Embrace the beauty of Richmond and seize the health benefits of a lunchtime walk.