We are always on the lookout for new fitness centres, so we couldn’t wait to tell you all about our latest find – the Lodge.space. Based in Canada Water (just around the corner from Jilla HQ!) the Lodge.space offers a huge range of classes, from Kettle Bell training to Aerial Yoga and Zumba, so there really is something for everybody!
Newly opened in 2017, the Lodge.space started off life as the park keepers lodge for Southwark Park and has since been transformed into the stunning space it is now, with it’s cool industrial vibe and super cosy rustic touches.
Keep reading to find out what else the Lodge.space has to offer…
August saw our products being featured in two magazines – the September 2017 issue of Mother and Baby, and one of the August 2017 issues of OK! magazine.
Mother and Baby selected our Essential Rhythm T-shirt in blue for their feature on exercising with your baby, while OK! magazine also chose our Essential Rhythm T-shirt as one of their ‘HOT FIVE Fitness Favourites’. See below for excerpts of our features!
Our Essential Rhythm T-shirt is ideal for so many different exercise routines. With breathable panels and no side seams, it’s the perfect addition to your activewear wardrobe.
It’s always amazing to see our products being enjoyed by others, and can’t wait to update you with more PR updates in the coming months.
Earlier this month we launched a competition in collaboration with Flybery Sport (www.flybery.com), giving two lucky yogis the chance to win a full Jilla outfit.
We asked you to head over to Instagram and show us your favourite yoga poses, and we weren’t disappointed. We had so many amazing entries from all over the world making the decision to pick our winners a very difficult one! Whilst we could only pick two winners, we are so grateful to everyone who entered and plan to bring more competitions your way in the future! If you missed out this time then make sure you’re following us @Jillaactive to be kept up to date with all our latest news.
At the end of July our designer, Olivia took on the London Surrey 100 mile Prudential bike ride! Read on to find out how she got on…
I signed up to the ride with my boyfriend a few months before the event, we were persuaded to take part by a friend for her charity, Ace Africa. I am fairly cycling fit because I commute to work by bike, knocking up an average of 60 miles a week, but I am really not used to cycling for 8 hours so the 100 miles was quite daunting on my Whyte commuter bike!