In celebration of Feel-Good Bath, a city-wide campaign to encourage locals to focus on their health, The Ivy Bath Brasserie is hosting a unique yoga event and offering a selection of low alcohol cocktails.
The Brasserie’s Art Deco-inspired private dining room will host a space for an exclusive yoga event in collaboration with a well-known, local harpist.
The morning yoga session starts at 8am on Wednesday 26th February, inviting visitors to relax and unwind alongside delicate music, followed by breakfast in the main restaurant.
Alongside the event and available until the end of February, the cocktails offer a healthier option for guests to enjoy.
The Barrel Aged Low-groni, a combination of Haymans Small Gin, Seedlip Grove, Aecorn Sweet Vermouth, Homemade Forest Fruits, Campari and Creole Bitters is just one of the three exclusive drinks available for those wishing to indulge.
Guests dining in the Brasserie will also be able to enjoy two alcohol-free cocktails; Seedlip’s Fairy Tail, created with Seedlip Grove, one of the world’s first alcohol-free spirits and Tropical Temperance, a combination of mango puree, Banana Monin syrup, passionfruit sherbet, lemon juice and lemonade.