LONDON, United Kingdom — Re:Mind Studio gives mindfulness the boutique treatment with drop-in meditation classes for stressed-out city dwellers.
Co-founded by entrepreneurs Carla von Anhalt and Yulia Kovaleva, the chic space aims to fill a gap for Londoners searching for easy access, drop-in meditation classes that build on the popularity of meditation apps such as Headspace and Calm.
Located in new development Eccleston Yards, which also houses the latest Barry’s Bootcamp outpost, Re:Mind Studio encourages the practice of personal rituals that create time and space for reconnecting with people, nature and self.
The studio, which provides the same premium facilities and high level of design found in many of the boutique fitness studios across the capital, features lockers and a juice offering, backed by a palette of soft hues, lush green living walls and statement natural salt lamps. An onsite retail space continues the focus on self-care and meditation, stocking sustainable products from innovative brands including The Nue Co, Womanology and Hackney Herbal tea blends.
The aim is to “nourish Re:Mind Studio’s compassionate consumers and provide an easy solution to wasteful living”.
In addition to hosting four staple classes: Re:Store – a deeply relaxing experience where participants are guided through breathing exercises, gentle restorative poses and meditation, Re:Breathe – an energising class focusing on awareness of the breath, Re:Aim – which focuses on good intentions and Re:Tune – a session based on the sounds of a mantra, the studio also provides a quiet, zen space for regular meditators to use for their own practice. Additional services including sound baths, workshops, lectures and community events are also offered.
“With the pressures of modern life higher than ever, and reports of stress and anxiety consistently on the up, the modern population is seeking a more purpose-led approach to life, in response to both internal and external stresses,” say von Anhalt and Kovaleva.
With Re:Mind Studio, the duo hopes to emulate the success of meditation studios in the US that have become part and parcel of peoples’ wellness regimens, just as boutique fitness classes have in London.
Discover more about Re:Mind Studio at: www.remindstudio.com