Living in the city can sometimes get quite overwhelming, with so much to do and so little time. On that note, I’ve learned to embrace Sundays as my ‘day of rest’, and what better way to wind down than a yoga and brunch session at Karma Sanctum Soho, London’s original Rock & Roll Hotel in the heart of vibrant Soho.

The day started off with a one-hour Vinyasa Flow session in the underground cinema, lead by the lovely Katie Silver, with mats provided by Lululemon. It has been a while since my last yoga session, but thankfully dancing has helped to maintain my strength and flexibility, and I always love incorporating different types of fitness activities into my routine.

                                      Me & Roma (@roamingrequired) getting our warrior poses on!

At the end of the session, we rehydrated ourselves with Jax Coco 100% pure coconut juice before heading upstairs for a nutritious alfresco brunch on the outdoor roof terrace. There were plenty of healthy juices, coffee, fresh fruit, bread with avocado and poached eggs, flapjacks, and stacks of delicious, fluffy pancakes – a hearty brunch that definitely kept me fueled and energized for the rest of the day.

With disappointing news that summer has once again come to an end, and a chillier September than usual, the outdoor jacuzzi on the roof terrace was indeed a welcoming sight to behold – great for releasing tension in those sore, tight muscles. They also made sure we didn’t leave empty-handed, as we headed home with goodie bags filled with some luxury holistic products.

Karma Sanctum Yoga Brunch is a monthly event that runs on a Sunday from 10am – 1.30pm (Yoga from 10am-11am, followed by brunch and use of the jacuzzi after), and is priced at £40 per person.

Check out the Sanctum Soho Hotel website here to keep up to date with news, special offers, launches, events and all the gossip from around the hotel. 

The Cheekster, signing out x




  1. September 17, 2017 / 9:33 pm

    Wow looked and sounded great. Glad you had such a fantastic time.

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