As the days get gradually longer and the first daffodils bloom, the welcoming signs of spring make us long for brighter, warmer days. You don’t have to wait for summer to feel good though. Exeter has lots of events, activities, shops and classes to help you shake off the winter blues and boost your wellbeing this February!
Let us tell you how…
Pure Gym, Exeter Fore Street
Alongside some seriously impressive gym equipment, membership also gives you access to a great range of classes including Pilates, Circuits and Body Pump. However you like to move, there’s always something to get involved in at Pure Gym. At just £16.99 a month, it’s a bit of a bargain too.
Eat Fresh and Local
The Real Food Store is packed to the rafters with quality, locally sourced produce. Head instore to pick up freshly baked bread, meat from Devon farms, organic dairy products, and top notch fruit and vegetables, alongside kitchen cupboard essentials. Eat well and feel good.
Aside from looking lovely (and being oh so very on-trend), plants improve indoor air quality and help your respiratory system creating an all-round healthier environment for you and your family. What’s not to love? Turn your home into a green oasis with a trip to Exeter’s very own indoor jungles, No Guts No Glory on Fore Street and Hutch on Paris Street.
Exeter Phoenix, Gandy Street
Exeter Phoenix serves up a brilliant programme of workshops every single week. From botanical print photography to portrait painting, radio production to drawing, you can learn new skills and explore your creativity at this artistic hub on Exeter’s cobbled Gandy Street. To see the full itinerary of courses, click here.
As well as its gorgeous range of organic skincare products, Neal’s Yard offers a variety of therapies and treatments at the Princesshay store. You can indulge in an Indian head massage, acupuncture, aromatherapy facials and more. Visit this haven to enjoy the therapeutic effects of Neal’s Yard products and techniques and revive your natural glow.
Stretch It Out
Derekthedog, Queen Street
Royal Albert Memorial Musuem, Queen Street
Derekthedog Yoga, Exeter’s first and original yoga centre, welcomes everyone of all ages and abilities to its city-centre studio. Take time out of a busy day to relax in a restorative yoga class or re-energise in a dynamic Vinyasa class.
Did you know The Royal Albert Memorial Museum also offers yoga classes? Book onto one of these exclusive sessions to balance your body and mind in the inspiring surroundings of the museum.
Exeter has plenty to help you feel good this February and throughout 2020.