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Frizzant, the new "place to be" in Barcelona to cultivate your mind and body.

Clara De Nadal Trias - January, 21, 2021

I wanted to introduce you to Frizzant, the new sensory temple in Barcelona, which invites us to grow and evolve mind and body, through innovative, healthy and creative experiences.

Located in an old photographic studio from the 80s, specifically in Carrer Gran Via de Les Corts Catalanes #692, we find the first wellness club in Barcelona, which fuses the culture of wellness with gastronomy and cultural diversity as a result of the joint experiences of its creators, Sonia Sala and Alex Sena, who sought to create an oasis in the middle of the city to reflect their passion for yoga, catering and creativity.

Through the concept of "curious souls" and their mantra and name of the Frizzant project, which refers to the living and "bubbling" personality that moves them to continue exploring, growing, learning and enjoying, they are targeting "curious people who seek conscious stimuli lived in a different and unique way".

The result of this work is a multi-experiential place that seeks not only to attract visitors, but the growth of a community that can find a home in Frizzant and feel it as their own. In fact, each one of the areas that make up the facility is designed with exquisite talent and taste to encourage the client to work, take yoga classes by appointment (among many other physical disciplines), socialize organically and at the same time enjoy a good breakfast, lunch or dinner with all the comforts and without having to leave the place.

But Frizzant also rents its facilities to organize product presentations, team building sessions, work meetings, filming and shootings, events related to art and fashion, and even private events always accompanied by its culinary delights, since another of its fundamental pillars is gastronomy.

With this philosophy, in their open kitchen they offer options for all tastes: vegetarian, vegan, gluten-free, "protein friendly", which have been inspired by chef Ottolenghi with its vibrant flavors brought from the Middle East and combined with the homemade flavor that brings the creative energy of Ba?ak Kalayc?o?lu. And of course, all of this is paired with an excellent selection of natural wines, non-alcoholic energy drinks and the possibility of taking all of their preparations home with you, as well as many of their products (aromatic plants, granola, infusions...)

The day I discovered it, I was able to enjoy a wonderful yoga class adapted to the contemporary world and the needs of the current pace we live in and with close teaching methods; followed by a delicious energizing meal composed of two or three dishes (to choose from) that vary daily. In my case, I first opted for the broccoli salad with pomegranate, dried cranberries, nuts, yogurt and lime; followed by some caramelized veggies based on carrot, chiribia, yucca and celeriac with tahin sauce and dukka with hazelnuts, and finally, baked chicken with tangerines marinated in fennel and thyme, what a great discovery! For dessert I chose the horchata and chia pudding with pear, orange and almond puree and closed the meal with a delicious Morrow Coffee latte. Can you ask for more?

Well, in fact, you can. Because in addition to everything I have already told you, this multidisciplinary space is conceptualized and designed to stimulate our five senses thanks to its lighting, materials, textures, natural plants spread over its two floors, pleasant aromas and sounds and where every detail is designed to inspire and surprise, managing to transport us to a refuge of pause, concentration and relaxation.

And now I really believe that I am not leaving anything behind... Welcome to Frizzant, the new "place to be" in Barcelona for adventurers and curious people who are looking for vibrant sensations and new experiences.

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