Sloane Stanley flexes its wellbeing offering on Fulham Road

Sloane Stanley has today announced the signing of a debut centre for The Soke, a brand new private, multi-disciplinary psychological wellbeing concept, at 241 Fulham Road. Cultivating wellbeing concepts on the estate, the brand will also join recently launched specialist physiotherapy and pilates operator, Complete Physio, at 321 Fulham Road.

Taking a thoughtful approach to non-acute outpatient mental health services, The Soke seeks to encourage clients to strive for the best levels of cognitive health in the same way they might strive to achieve peak physical fitness. Spread over five floors and 4,300 sq ft. of space, The Soke embodies the finest spatial design from architects and project contractors Warr + Webb, and interior designers Maria Lindgren and Adele Lonergan of Covet & Noir, creating a space that is both inviting and innovative in its consideration of the user experience. A portion of every client fee and 10% of profits will go to The Soke Foundation, which will provide grants to underfunded mental health programmes; forming an initiative that looks after the wider community within which it is set to join.

Further enhancing the wellness offering is Complete Physio Chelsea, who recently opened their seventh bricks and mortar venue at 321 Fulham Road. Designed by Lee Gordine of HOC London, the 2,500 sq. ft. space includes a dedicated pilates studio. Offering everything from physiotherapy to osteopathy, and individual and group pilates classes, Complete Physio has every physiotherapy need covered completing an increasingly well rounded lifestyle offering within the estate.

Commenting on the news, Hannah Grievson, Property Director at Sloane Stanley said: “Both The Soke and Complete Physio make wonderful additions to the Sloane Stanley Estate in the heart of Chelsea.  In keeping with a leasing strategy that responds to consumer demand and behaviour to create a more appealing offer, we have identified a requirement for diversifying the health and lifestyle offer even further. It is great to have secured the debut for pioneering new wellness concept, The Soke, who bring a new approach to psychological wellbeing and personal development, alongside securing the new site for well-established Complete Physio, creating a dynamic and responsive wellness focus for the Estate.

Maryam Meddin, Founder and CEO of The Soke added: “We are thrilled to be opening our debut location within Chelsea alongside so many complementary and luxury lifestyle brands, and working with a landlord that embraces our strong vision.  We feel the area provides us with an excellent platform, delivering a modern and metropolitan catchment to our door that is actively engaged with both their physical and mental wellbeing.”

Savills and Miles Commercial represented Sloane Stanley. Bruce Gillingham Pollard represented The Soke, Complete Physio represented themselves.

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