This December, you can enjoy a truly magical night – at Singapore’s Largest Yoga & Music Festival, Bliss-Out 2015, the first of its kind taking place here on our sunny island.
COMBINES MUSIC AND YOGA TOGETHER
Taking place in the evening of 12 December 2015 @ The Meadow, Gardens by the Bay, Bliss-Out 2015 aims to combine music and yoga together to feed your body, spirit and magical soul. The event will be helmed by Lynn Yeo and Sumei Shum, who are both renowned yoga practitioners. As well, Sianna Sherman from Los Angeles – one of the world’s best young yoga teachers – all also be featured at the event, which will cater to yoga practitioners of various levels.
FANS OF INDIE MUSIC WILL FEEL AT HOME
The event is not simply about the yoga though. Fans of Indie music will also have a great time at the event, with Kiwi electronic band, The Naked and Famous, making an appearance and playing songs from their latest album, In Rolling Waves. Based in Auckland, the band will also perform a few of their hottest singles, such as Young Blood, Punching In A Dream and Hearts Like Ours.
Local singer-songwriter Inch Chua will also be on stage, with her harmonious blend of indie-rock melodies. Since her debut solo, entitled The Bedroom, in 2009, she has garnered attention and praises from music critics, and this opened up more doors for her, including an invite to the SZSW Music Festival in 2010. She is the first Singaporean to have scored this exclusive invite.
‘YOGA AND CONCERT’ PACKAGE
Those who love both music and yoga, can purchase the ‘Yoga and Concert’ package, which entitles them to both yoga sessions. These include a session by Yeo and Shum for all levels, including beginners, and features a variety of yoga poses, as well as Sherman’s intermediate session with a dynamic flow of poses for those who practise yoga regularly.
Both sessions will comprise of music specially curated by Amanda Ling, a well-known Singaporean musician.
A GREAT WAY TO UNWIND
Explained Adrian Mok, Managing Director of HiVelocity Events and the organiser of Bliss-Out 2015, “We are starting to see a trend where yoga is becoming a lifestyle choice and incorporated into one’s daily life. So the combination of yoga and music is a great way for everyone to unwind and enjoy in a single perfect evening.”
To build up to Bliss-Out 2015, there will be plenty of fringe events, such as home-concept yoga sessions and outdoor yoga classes. These will set you back by a minimum cost of $5 each.
More details about the event can be found on www.blissout.com.sg