2018 fitness goals: Residents benefit from free yoga and fresh fruit in West London
- 1 in 5 failed to keep their 2017 resolutions (YouGov)
- 62% of adults are obese and 38% sedentary (NHS Health Survey for England)
- Free yoga classes and fresh fruit offered at be:here Hayes
January has always been a peak time to get back into shape and stick to fitness goals. However, while many Brits embark on New Year’s resolutions with vigour, the majority are broken just a few weeks later. According to YouGov poll, one in five people in 2017 failed to keep their resolutions in just first week.
And yet, embracing healthy living has never been so highly recommended as the NHS’s latest Health Survey for England reports that over half all adults are obese (62%) and more than a third sedentary (38%). So, what is the key to sticking to this year’s health and fitness goals or even start new ones?
Award-winning build to rent operator Be, is committed to delivering what tenants want and is helping its residents to achieve their 2018 fitness goals, starting with free on-site yoga sessions.
Residents at Be:here Hayes, located at the Gatefold Building in West London, will be able to enjoy exceptional yoga classes starting on 30th January 2018 from 7-8 pm with a qualified yoga instructor.
“We want to encourage and support residents who want to start their journey to healthy living. Community is key here at the Gatefold Building and these new yoga classes will give the opportunity for residents to meet and motivate each other.”
Layla, Property Manager, be:here Hayes
For those not so enthralled with the idea of downward dogs, the be:here team are also offering free fresh fruit every Tuesday. Dubbed #tastytuesday, residents can collect their complementary piece of fruit in the main reception and start their day right.
In addition to these new free offers, each home at be:here Hayes has been designed with residents’ wellbeing in mind. The apartments are spacious and light with many enjoying double-height windows and each with either a terrace or private garden. The communal gardens complete with landscaped planters, roof terrace and front lawn also offer plenty of outdoor space for residents to enjoy.
A recent study in the American journal, Lancet Public Health, found that people living close to physical activities – including gyms and playing fields – are most likely to lose weight. For residents who want to participate in regular exercise, Hayes has everything nearby.
The stylish development is just a 10-minute walk to the gym and a 10-minute cycle ride to Little Harlington Playing Fields. For runners seeking to improve their health, the prime location of Green Flag awarded Lake Farm Country Park is perfect for Be:here Hayes residents as it is just a 15-minute walk from the development.
1 bedroom homes at be:here Hayes start from £1,195 pcm with no agency, admin or referencing fees.
For more information please contact be:here Hayes on 0203 845 4796 or visit http://www.behere-hayes.co.uk/.