Richmond's new home of wellbeing

Find your inner bhuti at Richmond’s wellbeing escape, set in the heart of the community offering yoga, holistic spa therapies and bhuti’s organic vegan cafe.


bhuti, an urban oasis of calm offers guests a chance to leave their stresses at the door and indulge in over 50 holistic treatments and over 35 weekly expert-led yoga, pilates, meditation and fitness classes for all levels. Members are welcomed to take part in bhuti’s many workshops and events throughout the year, including vegan supper clubs, meditation talks, healing workshops and bhuti’s open house events.


bhuti’s organic vegan cafe, certified by the Soil Association is open for both members and non-members, serving up deliciously nutritious dishes, created by bhuti’s in-house nutritionist Cicely Brown. The daily changing menu includes a selection of healthy breakfasts, fresh salads, soups and daily specials including a mung bean, red lentil and sweet potato dhal, sweet & sour tamarind vegetable bowl and butternut squash and pumpkin seed soup.


bhuti, Sanskrit, for “wellbeing” is the inner voice we all have, but rarely listen to, it’s the voice that tells you what you need to truly make you happy and love life. In today’s modern world this voice may have been hushed due to pressure of work and the clamour of everyday demands. bhuti is the realisation of a long held dream by local mum, Samantha Trinder, a qualified yoga teacher and hotelier with the aim to create a responsible, joyous, everyday escape for all.


bhuti memberships are are for like-minded souls to share the journey and are available on a yearly or monthly basis. This includes an annual well-being consultation with a qualified complementary therapist, free events and classes. Members are also treated to tasters, drop-in classes and a relaxation room with a tranquil, beautiful courtyard.

Time to discover your inner bhuti







bhuti 50 Hill Rise | Richmond | TW10 6UB

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