Sunday Market Flow

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Stuck in the same old Sunday rut? If so, UJ has a little something to shake things up on Sunday 22 July. Gather your crew and head down to M Social in the heart of Robertson Quay for Sunday Market Flow, an action-packed day of morning yoga, gourmet eats, and an outdoor market featuring some of Singapore’s best sustainable brands. We’re talking hand-poured candles, luscious skincare products, organic linens, one-of-a-kind jewellery, and more. What better way to spend a Sunday than getting your body moving, chowing down on delish dishes, and scoring some sweet stuff to take home?

We kick off at 10am with an hour-long yoga class by GuavaPass, our favourite fitness community. Then you can head to a riverside table at Beast & Butterflies in M Social for some Nitrogen cold brew coffees and hearty fare from their brand new brunch menu. Take your pick from a great selection of starters and then dig into mains like the lobster ramen and truffle oil scrambled eggs with chorizo. Little ones are also catered to with fun kid-friendly eats. Once you’ve had your fill of tasty fusion dishes and maybe a cheeky pint or two of M Brew (Millennium’s own premium ale) make your way to the market to mingle with the good folks selling a smorgasbord of carefully curated eco-friendly products. We can’t wait to see you there!


The Marketplace

Looking to kit out your apartment, get beautified, or grab some healthy superfood eats? These are just a few of the vendors that will be gracing the stalls at Sunday Yoga Flow.


When: Sunday 22 July 2018.

Yoga session with GuavaPass 10am - 11am, Level 2, My Space ($18)

11am - 4pm, Marketplace 11am - 4pm, Level 1, outside Beast & Butterflies (open to public)

Where: M Social, 90 Robertson Quay, Singapore 238259


Bakening

Vegan and gluten-free eaters don’t have to miss out on beautiful baked goods with Bakening’s heavenly GF sweets, made with natural ingredients and a whole lot of love. Think GF cupcakes, vegan and paleo cookies, and fluffy coconut bread minus the processed ingredients.



Chufala

For those who haven’t heard of chufa, this superfood has a nutty taste, but it’s actually from the tuber family and packed full of nutrients like Vitamin E, Vitamin B1, zinc, copper, iron, and magnesium. Chufala specialises in products made with chufa including chufa oil, chufa powder, and horchata made with chufa.



Hush Candles

Handcrafted in small batches with natural soy wax and therapeutic grade essential oils, Hush Candles will not only make your house smell divine, but they also burn cleaner than regular candles without that gnarly artificial smell. Grab ‘em in seductive scents like lemongrass, lavender, and rose.


Myola

Be sure to leave a little room after brunch for a few more bites because you’re going to want to get your hands on some of Myola’s natural raw snacks. Think wholesome trail mixes with seeds, nuts, and berries and guilt-free organic chocolate.

Poppy & Co

Take your breakfast game to a whole new level with Poppy & Co’s organic, wild-harvested acai berry products that are absolutely bursting with antioxidants. And if you want to indulge a bit, add a dab of their divine Speculoos cookie butter spread to your granola or smoothie bowl.


Soami

Looking to up your bling game? Check out Soami’s unique collection of cuffs, necklaces, and rings crafted from precious metals and gems sourced from around the world. Even better, if you’re looking for something completely unique, the team here can help design a customised piece just for you.


Sojao

Sojao is a luxury organic linen company that believes in sustainability and fair-trade practices. Therefore, every Sojao bedsheet and pillowcase you buy is good for the environment, great for your skin, and directly benefits the farmers and artisans who are behind each product.

Sven’s Island

Have you ever looked at the ingredients on the back of your skincare products and wondered what the hell half those things were? Sven’s Island takes the mystery away with all-natural products that won't harm your skin. Even better, with every product you purchase, they help a person in need through the Seeds of Good programme.



The Sustainability Project

The Sustainability Project aims to inspire people to adopt low or zero waste lifestyles by offering a range of high-quality sustainable products at affordable prices. Visit their stall to pick up great eco-friendly finds like bamboo straws, stainless steel bento boxes, and felted soaps.




When: Sunday 22 July 2018. Yoga session with GuavaPass 10am - 11am. Marketplace 11am - 4pm

Where: M Social, 90 Robertson Quay, Singapore 238259

Sun Jul 22, 2018
10:00 AM - 4:00 PM SGT
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Venue
M Social Hotel Singapore, Singapore
Tickets
1 hour yoga class $18.00
Venue Address
90 Robertson Quay, Singapore 238259 Singapore
Organizer
Urban Journey
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