New Year’s resolutions in Mayfair

It’s the time of year again when we all make promises to ourselves to better our lives and the lives of others. New Year’s resolutions are often broken very quickly, but if you’re determined to stick to yours this year. Here’s how Mayfair’s array of businesses can help.

Lose weight.

Losing weight is the number one resolution made by people across the UK. The residents of Mayfair are no exception to this rule. Whether you want to lose a few Christmas pounds or completely overhaul your physique. Mayfair’s resident personal trainer Matt Roberts is the man to speak to. Book a session at his Berkeley Street training centre and find out what you’ll need to do to achieve your goals.

Learn something new.

Learning a new skill is a great way to start your year on a positive note. Mayfair has a wealth of opportunities available. You could learn to cook with classes at Corrigans, pick up some new moves with the Dance Works Studio. Or master an instrument with Mayfair Piano lessons. There are hundreds of different classes in and around Mayfair. So do an internet search based on your interest and you should find something nearby.

Volunteer.

If your resolution this year is to help others, volunteering is a great idea. Ask around at local schools, libraries and charity shops to see if they need any extra help. Or check out do-it.org.uk or volunteering.org.uk to find volunteering opportunities in the Mayfair area.

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