RSA House hosts mindful morning for corporate event showcase
RSA House in Central London recently welcomed over 100 of London’s top event professionals to an Open House at the venue.
RSA House hosted specially curated sessions around the theme of wellness, which left guests feeling inspired and motivated. The Open House was also the perfect opportunity to experience RSA House first hand as an event venue and meet the venue team.
A relaxing sound bath held in the Great Room was led by Harriet Emily, who guided guests on a tranquil journey to relax and unwind through the sounds of a gong and crystal singing bowls.
With RSA House launching their new DDR menu ‘Fuelling not Feeding’, based on low GI foods designed to keep delegates revitalised and engaged all day long, the venue’s executive head chef Darren Archer led a workshop with guests able to create their own energy balls.
London PR agency Triggerfish hosted a digital masterclass sharing industry tips on how to amplify an event on social media by increasing visibility, driving guest engagement and the best ways in which to keep the conversation going post-event.
As part of National Storytelling Week RSA fellows took centre stage at the bottom of ‘The Steps’ in the mini amphitheatre in Rawthmells Coffee House for Friday Conversations sharing positive change stories on how their work has had an impact.
A Lunch and Learn session was hosted in The Vaults featuring dishes from RSA’s new grazer lunch menu. A newly curated wine menu was also selected in partnership with wine merchant Ellis Wines. During the session guests had the opportunity to network, try new dishes, and explore some exciting and unusual wines.
Emma Gaymer, Sales and Marketing Manager at RSA House, says: “We were thrilled to have had such a positive response to this year’s Open House, it was a pleasure to share the day with top industry event professionals, and to host a showcase with purpose.
We had lots of positive conversations as we showed guests around our venue, it was great for people to be able to see the spaces in action, especially in the newly refurbished Vaults and Rawthmells Coffee House.”