Wellbeing choices for today’s lifestyles
In keeping with its role as the headquarters of the British Medical Association, BMA House has taken on another mantle – as the venue with the health of its users at its heart.
Your delegates’ wellbeing is always at the centre of everything at BMA House, beginning with the food you serve them. The new spring and summer menus are created with the help of an expert nutritionist and are designed to nourish and energise, leading to higher levels of productivity. Your guests will arrive to an array of wellbeing breakfast items, lunch on fresh hot fork buffets, and head home on a feast of authentic street food! Bursting with flavour and colour the menus incorporate seasonal ingredients, using tried and trusted Fairtrade suppliers and are the most instagrammable food in the capital!”
Fabulous additions to their menus include healthy blueberry and quinoa Bircher muesli pots, refreshing flavoured hydration water stations including rhubarb and peach, plus their Wellbeing Teriyaki salmon, mung bean noodle salad & miso dressing will delight any fish lover. You will also find delicious dessert dishes including a vegan dark chocolate mousse, chocolate sponge, fresh raspberries & raspberry sorbet, you’ll be spoilt for choice.
Walk this way to a happier, healthier you!
London can sometimes seem like one big maze when you’re not familiar with an area. So the Green Venues Team have mapped out the best walking route to take. By following their ‘Wellbeing Walk’ you’ll not only see the far prettier sights of Bloomsbury, but most importantly the air you’ll breath will be cleaner! This Clean Air Walking Route takes you along a much nicer, less polluted route from King’s Cross to BMA House. By taking these quieter streets you are exposed to 57% less air pollution! Another bonus: this quieter, cleaner route, is 1,000 of your recommended 10,000 steps a day! With Wellbeing being a current hot topic, BMA House will be actively promoting this route to their delegates.
Steeped in history and architectural beauty, BMA House in Tavistock Square, has been home to the headquarters of the British Medical Association since 1925. Having recently been upgraded with high tech facilities, many of the versatile spaces retain their original features and can host everything from small meetings of four, to celebrations of 320 guests. BMA House also has a Courtyard and Garden, offering outdoor space that is rarely found in Central London.
Contact Jameela to find out more.
BMA House, Tavistock Square, London WC1H 9JP