The HIIT+CHILL+CHAT event welcomed a new crew of lovely people all interested in fitness and wellbeing. They worked hard through the HIIT, they had time to CHILL during the relaxing mindfulness experience, before settling in to listen to Tony Ulatowski, our guest speaker for the CHAT element of the event.
What they said about our HIIT+CHILL+CHAT mini-retreat:
“What a brilliant team! Fantastic trainers & I was chilled! Thank you!”
“Worked hard. Chilled out. Learnt new things. Earned my breakfast! Fab event, thank you and see you soon!”
“Amazing morning spent with these guys. Highly recommend it. Fantastic way to start your weekend.”
“Cracking start to the weekend with POINT3 Wellbeing, lovely people, great venue, totally chilled.”
“Thank you so much for a fantastic experience. Recommend it to anyone.”
“Fantastic combination of exercise and relaxation.”
“Thanks for a great morning. Feel energised, relaxed and ready for my weekend.”
“Really great morning. Enjoyed it a lot. Cheers.”
“Thank you, brilliant start to my Saturday.”
Just Take A Breath
Our theme for September was The Breath – and how powerful it is to just simply take a breath, to help us manage our mental and physical wellbeing better. Nicky has written a blog on the breath and how it can be used to bring us back to a state a calm. Read her blog here.
Thank you to Tony, Conscious Breathworks™, for joining us at this month’s HIIT+CHILL+CHAT mini-retreat to share his wisdom on the breath. Prior to the event we met up with Tony to experience the Capnometer breath analysis for ourselves. Read our short interview with Tony on getting Back to Basics with the Breath.
Future Event Dates
We have published our October, November and January mini-retreat dates and would love to welcome you along. If you’re interested in attending one of our next HIIT+CHILL+CHAT events click here for more information.
And don’t forget our weekly (free-to-attend) Wellbeing Wednesday events. Each week we rotate a HIIT+CHILL, STRETCH+CHILL and RUN+CHILL mind+body fitness experience. This free-to-attend event is open to all with any donations going to Richmond Borough Mind charity. All you need to do is secure your space through Eventbrite here.