Your Guide To The Hottest Things To Do, See And Buy


Balance, London’s biggest wellness festival is back – and running from May 10-12 at the Old Truman Brewery, London. Tickets start from £20 at, but for your chance to win one of the five pairs of tickets we have to give away, simply email us at by Friday, March 29, with the word ‘Balance’ in the subject line.


If you like bold print and colour, you’ll love London-based yoga brand, Blossom Yoga Wear. Its latest range includes these stunning Dusk Till Dawn Print Yoga Leggings, £39.99, in aquamarine, turquoise and sunset yellow. They boast a super-comfy high waist, four-way stretch material, flat-lock seams and high-quality technical fabric that’s breathable and moisture wicking. Not bright enough for you? Check out the eyecatching Toucan Do It and Snake Hips prints, too;

Want to get fit, de-stress, slim down or re-energise this year? Check out Champneys’ bootcamps and retreats to help kick-startyou. During the two-, four- or six-night fitness bootcamps (without the shouting!), you’ll do plenty of indoor and outdoor activities, eat healthy, plant-focused meals and have full use of the spa facilities. Want something gentler?How about booking onto a two-night Chillout Yoga Retreat, or one of Amanda Hamilton’s two- to four-night Total Body Reboot Juice Detox & Pilates breaks? Prices start from £400for a two-night stay;

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Want to up your plant-based eating? You’re not alone, with Sainsbury’s reporting a 45 per cent increase in sales of plantbased products year-on-year. To make it easier for you to eat less meat, the supermarket’s stocking 29 new products. We’re particularly loving the four exclusive frozen Deliciously Ella meals for two: Five Bean Chilli; Sweet Potato & Black Bean Shepherd’s Pie; Yellow Thai Curry; and Cauliflower and Lentil Dahl (all £4.50 for 400g). Each recipe is made in small batches, then quickly frozen;


Upgrade your cuppa to an Aduna Super-Tea, and enjoy the benefits of the active botanical ingredients and African superfoods. The pyramidshaped bags contain whole pieces of fruit, herbs, leaves and spices, and they’re organic, 100 per cent natural and vegan. Not only that, they help create incomes for rural African households. Choose from Cleanse, with mint, nettle and Moringa; Vitality, with lemon, ginger and baobab; or Relax, with cinnamon-spiced cacao. Drink them hot or over ice and feel good on several levels. They cost £3.99 for 15 teabags from selected Sainsbury’s and all good health-food stores.


We live in trainers most of the time, so are eyeing up Saucony’s new Linear Shade Life on the Run’ collection, which is designed to look just as good in the coffee shop as the gym. Choose your favourite model, from the Freedom TSO 2 to the Liberty TSO, and pick sleek looks in shades including navy, olive, blue, purple and teal to finish off your outfit while still enjoying top performance. Makes sense to us. From £100;

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