8 reasons to come to Global Wellness Day (Kids welcome!)

If health is your wealth, you will be richly rewarded at the Global Wellness Day celebration which takes place at Equarius Hotel on 11 June.

For those of you who are into yoga, pilates, organic food and the likes, or have any of these on your to-do list, here are eight reasons why you must attend this one-day-only event.

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  1. It’s free!

Join more than 20 complimentary talks and workshops (including nine workshops for kids) where you can learn how to enhance and maintain your wellness. There’s even a fitness wear fashion show and lucky draw. Check out the programme for the day.

 

  1. Morning yoga with Strala Yoga

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Tara, New York-based model-turned-yoga instructor who founded the revolutionary Strala Yoga, is opening the event with morning yoga. Her non-religious and contemporary style of yoga is taught by more than 1,000 instructors around the world.

After the session, you can sample the newly created “Strala Juice”. Books by Tara will be available for purchase and she will be around for autograph sessions.

 

  1. Try out non-mainstream wellness routines and learn something new

Tired of your old fitness routines? Join workshops for piloxing which mixes pilates, boxing and dance, Gyrokinesis which incorporates movement principles from yoga, dance, gymnastics, swimming and t’ai chi, and Kalari Yoga among others.

There are also talks on wellness topics such as flower tea, mindful eating, living green and DIY massages where you can learn from local and international experts.

Flower Tea talk at Global Wellness Day

  1. Introduce junior to new experiences

Time for some parent-kid bonding. The children workshops for kids 3 years old and above include Yoga-Nastics, Bollywood & Jazz Dance, Meditation, Clay Bank Making and Storytelling.

 

  1. Retail therapy that’s good for your health

Shop for organic products and a wide variety of wellness, fitness and aesthetic solutions from over 40 labels at the Wellness Bazaar.

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Daily Juice is bringing their cold press juices to the bazaar.
Photo credit: Daily Juice

 

  1. Special one-day menus at Forest and Tangerine

Enjoy tasty food that’s also good for your health at our two celebrity chef restaurants which are serving a special three-course lunch at just S$28++.

Served from 12pm to 2.30pm, Forest’s menu includes:

  • Smoked duck breast with green salad
  • Seabass fillet steamed in shallot oyster sauce topped with garlic
  • Japanese pearl rice served with prawn in superior chicken broth topped with crispy rice

Served from 11.30am to 4pm, Tangerine’s menu includes:

  • Arrugula salad
  • Pan-seared barramundi fillet
  • Lemongrass jelly

 

  1. Save S$172++ on a massage and facial at ESPA

Enjoy the Global Wellness Day package from ESPA, a 60-minute full-body personalised massage and a 60-minute personalised facial, at S$388++ instead of S$560++. After a personal consultation and scent test, our therapist selects the most suitable combination of essential oils and massage techniques to suit your needs.

Bring along a friend for the package and the both of you will enjoy a complimentary meal at Tangerine with healthy dishes designed by celebrity chef Ian Kittichai.

 

  1. Win a Day Retreat Package at ESPA

Join the lucky draw at the RWS Invites booth for a chance to win the customised day retreat package. The prize worth more than S$500 includes the use of ESPA facilities before treatment, one 60-minute and one 45-minute ESPA treatment, and a post-treatment meal at Tangerine.

RWS Invites members get doubled the chances in the lucky draw.

ESPA at RWS

 

Are you excited about Global Wellness Day? Make your reservations for the free workshops and talks now as seats are limited.

 Global Wellness Day

Location: Equarius Hotel, Resorts World Sentosa
Timing: Workshops (7.15am to 8.30pm); Bazaar (10am to 8.30pm)

Visit www.globalwellnessday.sg for more information.

 

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