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Free events in a week of wellness

Six Restore at Fora locations will host a variety of workshops

This month, Restore at Fora is offering a week of wellness that sees 19 events take place in six locations across the capital, all promising the ultimate reset that Londoners need ahead of the winter months.

From October 14-18, Restore at Fora will see some of the biggest names in health and wellbeing come together to host a diverse range of panel discussions, workout classes and workshops.  

Curated to restore some balance in the lives of busy Londoners, the experiences will include Rob Da Bank’s famed sleep retreat, a Power Up HIIT workout with Davina McCall’s personal trainer and even the chance to decode your genetics and discover ways to optimise your body with a Nell Body Clinic.

Other events have interesting titles such as:

Balance: Mindful pub crawl (at Dallington Street, Clerkenwell, on the 14th at 6pm);

An evening with body confidence champions (Borough 14th 6pm);

Elemental Resonance ORRB – Meditation Slots (Princelet Street, Spitalfields 15th 6pm);

Tortoise Wellness ThinkIn: Mental health in the workplace (Dallington Street, Clerkenwell, on the 15th at 6pm);

Getahead Festival: Fight Klub (Folgate 16th noon).

You can view the full schedule and book sessions here www.foraspace.com/restore

A spokesperson said: “Fora was built with health and wellbeing at its very core and, with professional burnout becoming increasingly evident, it wants to improve the productivity, wellbeing and happiness of its residents.  

“With a strong ethos that wellbeing should be accessible to all, Fora will, for the first time, open its doors to the public who can attend many of the events free of charge.”

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David Buckley

Dave Buckley is a career journalist. “I once went painting girders for a week and discovered I didn’t like heights,” he says. “Apart from that it has always been journalism for me in one form or another.” Past publications worked for include the South-East London Mercury*, Kent Messenger, Daily Express, Today*, News of the World* and Hong Kong Star*. All those marked with an asterisk no longer exist (trend emerging?). He owned and edited a Thailand-based property magazine before returning to England and currently works as a production editor for an East Midlands-based publishing group.

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