Reynolds Retreat November 2019 News

Posted: 01/11/2019

Reynolds Retreat November 2019 News

Welcome to the Reynolds Retreat newsletter.

A healthy lifestyle is so much more than going to the gym. That’s why our fitness experts curate this monthly newsletter giving you fitness, nutrition and well-being tips, because we believe the greatest wealth is health.

Christmas Fayre


Join us on Thursday 28th November, from 6pm – 8:30pm, for a magical Christmas Fayre here at the Retreat.

Tickets are £10 and include access to a range of festive stalls, a goody bag, a complimentary drink and Christmas cakes! We’ll also be offering select mini treatments for only £10, which must be booked in advance. So come along and enjoy some festive stalls and drinks and get into the Christmas spirit!

Ask at reception or call us on 01322 522209 for more information, or if you’d like to have a stall.

Sponsored cycle


We will be holding a sponsored cycle for Children In Need on Friday 15th November. Our Personal Trainers will be cycling from 6am – 6pm to raise money for charity, so please sponsor them!

We’ll also be selling delicious cakes in our lounge bar between 9am and 3pm so enjoy a morning of coffee and cake, whilst helping to raise money for a great cause.

We look forward to seeing you there.

Meet Customer Experience


Each month we’re going to introduce you to some of our Reynolds team. This month we have our Customer Experience team. They’re the ones getting everyone booked onto spa days and making sure their time at the Retreat is as fabulous as possible!

We have our Head of Customer Experience, Paige, and two of our Customer Experience advisors, Michelle and Shanell.

They love getting to know our members so if you see them around the club, say hi!

Important - road access


The car park at the Borough Green Doctors Surgery will now be gated shut overnight from 6:30pm. This will mean an increased number of cars at the bottom of the drive due to drop offs and picks up at the Scout Hut.

Please can we ask all members to take extra care when arriving and departing the club between the times of 6pm and 9:30pm, Monday to Friday.

Thank you.

Women's hormones talk


Our resident Naturopathic Nutritionist, Kiowa, will be running a Women’s Hormones workshop at Reynolds Retreat on Monday 11th November from 6:30pm – 8pm.

The talk will cover all things women’s hormone related, from specific conditions such as PMS, PCOS and endometriosis, to the various stages in a woman’s hormonal life cycle, from preconception to menopause. Giving a deeper insight into your hormonal rhythms how they serve you & how they can affect health. Learn how to balance hormones naturally, embrace the unique aspects ofwomanhood & break free from being a slave to it!

Tickets are £20, or £15 if you are a member, so book while there are still spaces.

Christmas Spa Day Boxes


Christmas is right around the corner, and coming soon to the Retreat are our new Christmas Spa Day Boxes, the perfect gift for a friend or family member!

These Spa Day Boxes come in two packages; one for couples and one for singles.

The Couples Box is for 2 people and consists of a choice of one treatment each, cream tea, full use of the facilities and a little bag of treats. The Single Box is for 1 person and consists of 2 treatments, afternoon tea, full use of the facilities and a little bag of treats.

So keep an eye out for our Christmas Boxes, available to buy from the 28th November, and give the gift of luxury this Christmas.



People are fast realising that plant-based milks are better for animal welfare and the environment. These milks contain no dairy, making them perfect for vegans. Let’s look at some of the most popular plant-based milks, and see what makes them such good alternatives to traditional dairy milk.


Soya milk is made from soya beans and filtered water. Like other plant based milk alternatives, it may contain thickeners to improve consistency and shelf life. It’s naturally free of cholesterol and low in saturated fat. Soya milk is also a good source of protein, calcium and potassium, and is a better choice for people who have high blood pressure.


While Vitamin D, calcium and protein are added, this milk is naturally rich in several other vitamins and minerals, especially Vitamin E. It is very low in calories as long as you use almond milk with no added sugar. Almond milk also doesn’t raise blood sugar levels, promotes healthy bones, and it may reduce the risk of heart disease.


Coconut milk tastes delicious and it can also help to boost your immune system, as coconut milk contains lauric acid which has antimicrobial and anti-inflammatory properties.


Oat milk is a popular and excellent source of many vitamins and minerals, and is fortified with added Vitamins A, D, B2 and B12, and minerals such as calcium. It’s great for bone health and may lower blood cholesterol.

Read our full blog post here.



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