From women-only clubs, that offer meditation classes and inspiring talks, to hip beachfront hangouts perfect for yoga and surfing, the world’s latest co-working spaces are designed to make you feel your best.
Here are a few of our favorites worldwide…
The Wing, Washington D.C.
Since opening their flagship in the Flatiron district of New York, they’ve been rapidly opening more locations. This one, located in arty Georgetown, Washington D.C. boasts bright, stylish interiors, a library full of books by female authors and of course—all the other wonderful women you’ll meet there. You can also expect special events including talks by notable names in wellness, movie screenings and meditation evenings. And to make life easier there’s a lactation room for new mums and even showers and a dedicated Beauty Room. Well doesn’t that sound heavenly.
The Mosaic, Mumbai
‘India’s first wellness-based co-working space’ aims to transform our relationship to work by offering a nurturing environment to do it in. Aside from the Zen-like office spaces—inspired by the natural world with honeycomb tiles and plenty of wooden furniture and gorgeous greenery—The Mosaic’s wellness offering includes Tai Chi and kickboxing classes, plus creative ways to let go of stress encompassing massage, meditation and dance. Of course, this being India, there’s also a Yoga Room with classes by some of the city’s top teachers. Members are also encouraged to stay hydrated with unlimited mineral water, coffees and organic teas.
Central Working, London
This new London space is directly above Barry’s Bootcamp—so there’s really no excuse to miss that post-work sweat session. Plus there’s drop-in meditation studio Re:Mind nearby for when you need to just breathe and, well, re-centre. Central Working makes it easier for you to work, too, with fully flexible spaces that you can change according to your specific needs, whether you want a hot desk or semi-private office. And as it’s located right by Victoria Station you won’t waste oodles of time getting to and from meetings.