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From clean eating to fitness classes that get your heart pumping, London offers an increasing number of spots to make you feel your best. Whether you’re trying to sneak in a yoga class before a day of sightseeing or want to make at least one meal of the day a little bit healthier, here are some options to add to your itinerary.

The Detox Kitchen
Goop deems The Detox Kitchen as “the OG (and best) health food and detox delivery service in London.” With three deli locations throughout London and delivery right to your door, they make it easy to eat well despite a busy schedule. Their Fitzrovia location also features a fitness studio on the lower level with curated instructors teaching everything from yoga to ballet.

 

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Sunrise Yoga at Sky Garden
Combine incredible city views (from the 36th floor) with a dynamic, vinyasa flow yoga class for the best way to start your day in London. With luscious plants behind you and London's skyline in front of you, you'll feel both refreshed and inspired during this early morning, hour-long session. The class, which is open to all levels and abilities, ends with a healthy buffet breakfast served in the Sky Pod Bar.

 

Tiny Leaf
Tiny Leaf is London’s first and only organic, zero waste, vegetarian restaurant. Starting as a successful Notting Hill pop-up, Tiny Leaf now lives in Mercato Metropolitano, a vibrant space dedicated to the local community and celebrating small businesses. Tiny Leaf uses organic surplus food stock, generously supplied by local food suppliers and supermarkets, to create fresh and inventive dishes. Since the food is supplied on a daily basis, the menu constantly changes but diners can expect expertly crafted meals, such as buckwheat pancakes for breakfast, root tartare for lunch, and courgetti and almond pesto for dinner.

 

Another_Space
With no membership fee, Another_Space offers a variety of yoga, HIIT and cycling classes in a friendly environment under one roof. Grab a post-workout smoothie, snack or meal from Detox Kitchen and Natural Fitness in the café.

 

26 Grains
Inspired by founder Alex Hely-Hutchinson’s travels in Copenhagen, 26 Grains makes porridge (oatmeal) that is both delicious and healthy. With sweet and savory options, such as Hazelnut & Butter or Salmon, Wild Rice, Broccoli, you’re sure to have something that both tastes delicious and makes for a Insta-worthy breakfast pic.

 

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Heartcore Fitness
Heartcore offers Pilates, TRX, High Intensity Interval Training and ballet barre workouts at nine studios across London. In addition to traditional classes on the reformer, their new-ish Ride2Tone workout concept combines indoor cycling with yoga-inspired bodyweight moves, giving you the best of two workout classes in one.

 

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