Style&Minimalism | Beauty | Yoga with Farfetch At the Top of The Shard

Style&Minimalism | Beauty | Yoga with Farfetch At the Top of The Shard

Style&Minimalism | Beauty | Yoga with Farfetch At the Top of The Shard

Style&Minimalism | Beauty | Yoga with Farfetch At the Top of The Shard

Style&Minimalism | Beauty | Yoga with Farfetch At the Top of The Shard

Style&Minimalism | Beauty | Yoga with Farfetch At the Top of The Shard

Style&Minimalism | Beauty | Yoga with Farfetch At the Top of The Shardh

Style&Minimalism | Beauty | Yoga with Farfetch At the Top of The Shard

Style&Minimalism | Beauty | Yoga with Farfetch At the Top of The Shard

Style&Minimalism | Beauty | Yoga with Farfetch At the Top of The Shard

Style&Minimalism | Beauty | Yoga with Farfetch At the Top of The Shard

Style&Minimalism | Beauty | Yoga with Farfetch At the Top of The Shard

So much has happened over the last couple of months that I want to share with you. Please be patient with me whilst I slowly fill you in on all the details. I promise I will be sharing more about my wedding and our trip around France soon but first here’s an exciting morning I spent doing yoga with Farfetch.

Just before I disappeared off to France I was up very early one morning (6am), as I had been invited by Farfetch for an early morning yoga session with Yogasphere, at the very top of The Shard. At the time it was being built I freelanced at The Body Shop at their head office just below it but in all this time I’d never been up it or even in it. I’m such a Londoner in that I live in this incredible city and yet I’ve not visited many of its amazing sights. And the view from the top of The Shard is one sight you don’t want to miss. It’s sensational and left me lost for words, although that may have been down to it being about the time my alarm usually goes off.

Leo from Yogasphere gave us a full body stretch, just what I needed after all the strength training I’d been doing to tone up for the wedding. It felt really good to be back doing yoga again as I’ve had a little break from it – there are only so many hours in the day. Aside from teaching yoga classes at the top of the tallest building in the UK, Yogasphere plant ten trees for every person that takes a class with them; impressive, right, a sustainable yoga class.

I felt really invigorated by the class and even though it was still early and I hadn’t eaten a bite I felt very ready for the day. As we descended in the lift I suddenly felt my stomach and realised that food was a good idea. Which is about the time that the Farfetch girls let on that we were heading down to the Shangri-La for a private breakfast. It was such a lovely surprise to be greeted with a fresh fruit salad, an egg white omelette with asparagus and smoked salmon, and lots of little tasty nibbles. It was also a great opportunity to catch up with some of my friends in the industry and meet some new ones too.

Thank you so much Farfetch for spoiling me in the healthiest possible way.

Farfetch invited me to this exclusive event.