Upcoming Events

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    The Shine London Thursday February 8th, 2018

    This powerful grassroots gathering was born in Los Angeles, expanded in New York and has now arrived in London. I’m excited to be a keynote speaker where I’ll share all about my journey, the ups and downs, successes and failures, all of which are part of what went into building my award winning wellness retreat Yeotown, my yoga business and now London’s first mindfulness café Yeotown Kitchen…

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    Viva Las Vegan! A Veganuary Vegan Supper Club & Talk

    lease join me for my first event of 2018 at my recently opened café Yeotown Kitchen. Our Viva Las Vegan! supper club celebrates Veganuary with a talk and Q & A around the amazing mind body benefits of a plant based diet. Following the chat guests will come together to enjoy a delectable, specially curated 3 course vegan dinner alongside a refreshing jar of our signature adaptogenic Yeotonic “Perserverance”. Click to read more…

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    Vinyasa Flow Yoga & Positive Psychology Teacher Training London

    Absolutely. Positively. Vinyasa Flow Yoga Teacher Training is a 200hr Yoga Alliance (US) registered course. This unique YTT programme is the first of its kind to combine both Vinyasa Flow Yoga and Positive Psychology, and utilises a strengths based approach to both teaching and practising Vinyasa Flow Yoga.


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    Yeotown Kitchen Launches in London!

    I am delighted to announce that my long awaited Yeotown Kitchen in London launched this past week! Located in a double fronted space on the lovely Chiltern street in W1, we have been working all hours to create a deliciously beautiful environment for our guests.

    More than just a healthy eatery, Yeotown Kitchen: Fuel for Body & Mind embodies the Yeotown ethos of the importance of cultivating both physical and mental health for truly optimised wellbeing; Strong in Body, Clear in Mind! Our Scratch Kitchen, Meditation Station & Juice Bar space hosts both a take-away side and an eat-in table service. Click to read more….

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    The Art of Kintsugi: Making the Broken Places Beautiful

    Kintsukeroi or Kintsugi as it is also known, is the Japanese art of repairing damaged or broken pottery. Rather than simply gluing the shattered pieces back together, it takes the time to purposefully and painstakingly highlight the breakage using a mixture of lacquer and powdered gold, silver or platinum.  Far from trying to hide or disguise the object’s damage, its philosophy celebrates its “broken places” as part…

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Mercedes discusses the power of breathing deeply with skincare brand Philosophy for their #takeadeepbreath campaign.

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