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  1. HOOK Camden

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    We have started to combine our weekly team meetings with our love of good food so we are now exploring the best places to eat in London and report back to you!


    We have discovered that we all LOVE fish & chips but are disappointed by the lack of good sustainable and non-greasy fish & chips in town... well that is now changed as we discovered HOOK in Camden.

    They use fresh sustainable fish delivered daily from Cornwall. The menu is short but everything on it is just delicious and non greasy. For research reasons we ordered ALL of the sauces and enjoyed every single one of them, even the most adventures ones such as wasabi sauce. This is a non frills place with good friendly service in a cool setting and great comfort food.

  2. Dance Works

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    I attended my very first Street Dance class at DanceWorks. It was probably the most fun I had in a very long time. Although I’m not very coordinated I was able to follow the routine enough to really enjoy it. I must have burned over 1000 calories but in a really fun way, afterwards I felt a great sense of achievement...I’m going back next week! Check out Hannah & Ryan’s Class at DanceWorks.


    "Since 1982, Danceworks has been providing a friendly and inclusive environment for all forms of dance and fitness of the highest quality. Now one of Europe’s leading studios, we offer an incredible variety of accessible dance, fitness, yoga, Pilates, martial arts and singing classes. Whatever your style or ability we have a class for you. Our Victorian building opposite Selfridges holds seven great, multi-purpose studios, men’s and women’s changing facilities with showers, plus a snack bar and member’s lounge area with internet access. Danceworks staff are passionate about the arts and this reflects in our customer service. Our staff are always pleased to help you to find classes to suit your needs, whether you are looking for a strenuous workout, trying to develop your technique, or simply wanting to learn something new."

  3. Meta

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    Those of you who have been to see me at the clinic recently may have noticed we’ve been busy moving the furniture around. It’s nice to renew the Feng Shui of the room in the early weeks of a new year, but also I’ve made space for a recent purchase from The Other Art Fair.

    The Other Art Fair is one of my favourite exhibitions in London, and always opens up a whole new world of artwork I would have never discovered.

    This year Jorj bid for a beautiful limited edition print by the very talented Dan Hillier. The hand pulled silk print is entitled  ‘Meta’ deriving from the Greek word μετά meaning ‘after’ or ‘beyond’.


    Meta depicts a beautiful, regal, two-faced, ‘Gemini-esque’ creature. 

    Filled with geometric influence this piece draws on ideas that I have been interested in since my studies in Chemistry, Anatomy, Physiology and philosophy.

    The eyes, for example, are filled with a pattern known as the ‘Flower of Life’.


    The flower of life stems from a philosophical and spiritual idea called sacred geometry. This belief asserts a relationship between geometrical laws and the quantum mechanical laws that structure our universe. The idea that the universe was created to a geometric plan is as pervasive as it is old and this particular geometrical figure has been replicated and analyzed the world over by people wishing to discover the nature of our universe and uncover the deep spiritual meaning that lies within it. All geometric patterns stem from ‘The Flower of Life’.

    Its been found in drawings by Leonardo da Vinci, carved into the temple of Osiris in Egypt, the symbol of the tree of life in Kabbalistic sacred texts and now you can find it in our clinic.

    I look forward to hearing your thoughts when you’re next here.