The Conscious Club was formerly a building used for making chocolate. Elizabeth Plokker and Charon Tolhuizen had this 1928 chocolate factory converted into their dream space. One with peace, space and light. And with yoga mats. You can roll out yours amid the hanging plants in the Zen Hall for an hour of stretching. Only if you feel like it, of course. The ladies are also known for their delicious cakes. We highly recommend the carrot cake. And the rest of their soul food. The salads, soups, and the healthy snacks.
- COVID-19 - adjusted capacity based on 1.5 meters social distancing (only applicable for meetings): theater: max 20 people; at the table: max 14 people
The founders of The Conscious Club love sustainability. Hence the solar panels on the roof. And the sustainable products they work with. “This is the first public, climate-neutral canal house in Amsterdam. We use a super high-tech climate system,” said the owners. And beautifully decorated. Also important. Brainstorming and meeting can be done in The Green Temple (90m2) or in the Zen Hall (77m2). Breakfast, lunch and dinner are also available on request. Vegetarian, organic, and sugar free.
- WiFi, projector, projection wall, sound box
- flip chart, papers and markers
- additional space available for booking
- delicious salads, homemade dips, cakes and smoothies made to order
This location on the Lauriersgracht is easily accessible by public transport: tram 13 and 17 stop around the corner (Marnixstraat). You can park at the Q-Park car park on Marnixstraat.