Riley Studio: Crystal Sound Healing with RE:Mind Studio
October 27 @ 11:00 am - 12:00 pm
A relaxing 30 minute crystal sound healing class with Yulia Kovaleva of Re:Mind, founder of London’s first meditation studio…
Join the Riley Studio at the Riley Studio Concept Store for a group sound healing using crystal bowls run by Yulia Kovaleva of Re:Mind, founder of London’s first meditation studio. The experience will be relaxing and transformative as vibrations from the bowls creates an intense sensory experience. You will leave feeling rejuvenated and ready for the week ahead.
About Yulia Kovaleva, Founder of Re:Mind Studio
Re:Mind has cemented its reputation as London’s preferred drop-in meditation studio and as an environmentally-friendly lifestyle store for the socially conscious consumer. With a background in property development and a deep value for sustainable design, Yulia brings the green aspect to her studio. Meditation has been a part of Yulia’s life for 10 years and she is an active participant within the wellness industry, spreading the message of mindfulness across London.
The Riley Studio Concept Store
Gender-neutral fashion brand Riley Studio will be hosting their very first Concept Store to celebrate their latest eco-innovative collection, exploring the theme ‘From Waste to Wardrobe’. Inspired by the raw landscapes and heritage of Scotland, Collection 03 includes elevated wardrobe staples, crafted from pre and post-consumer waste materials including, plastic bottles, recycled cashmere and recycled wool.
During the two-week Concept Store, Riley Studio will be hosting a number of events, panels and workshops to educate consumers around how to live more sustainably, particularly in the lead up to the festive season. Speakers will include Lucy Siegle, HURR Collective, The Restory and By Sarah.
The Concept Store installations will be created from reclaimed and recycled materials, and plastic collection points have been set up at their London WeWork in partnership with TerraCycle to repurpose the waste responsibly. There will also be a Clothes Drop in partnership with Stories Behind Things, so that customers can donate old clothes to their Clothes Switching Events.