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Make wellbeing your priority in January

From feel-good juices to moments of meditation, there are plenty of ways to tend to your wellbeing in Mayfair and Belgravia

With long nights and dark mornings, it’s easy to see why wellbeing is so important at this time of year. Don’t let ‘Blue Monday’ get you down – try some of these places to help you stay full of energy.
 
Raw Press
Mayfair’s Dover Street is home to Raw Press (pictured), which sells fresh smoothies and juices, as well as bowls of hearty, healthy food. A lot of the dishes are dairy- and gluten-free, and most are vegan and vegetarian friendly. Perfect if your resolutions this year include eating well!
 
The Good Life Eatery
Belgravia has swathes of fabulous places to eat. Motcomb Street is home to The Good Life Eatery, where you can indulge in amazing dishes without counting calories. ‘Good Life Salads’ and warm bowls will ensure you get your five-a-day and the soup options will keep you snug in the dark afternoons.
 
The Mae Deli
Perfect for popping in for a quick pick-me-up, the Weighhouse Street deli in Mayfair offers a range of energy balls. Made with natural ingredients and sugars, the energy balls will give you the means to carry on past 4pm when you might feel as though you’re starting to slow down.
 
Barry’s Bootcamp
It’s not just what you eat and drink that helps with wellbeing – it’s about being active too. Barry’s Bootcamp now operates in Belgravia’s Eccleston Place. Sign up and book a class – whether you want to work on abs, arms, legs or a full-body work out, the endorphins released in your body will make you feel a million dollars.
 
Anna Makrova Yoga classes
Situated on Mayfair’s Balderton Street, just a stone’s throw from Brown Hart Gardens, Anna Makrova offers yoga classes for beginners and professionals. What better way to ensure wellbeing through gentle exercise and mindfulness?