Date: Summer 2016, Venue: EV Dance, 51 Waterloo Street #03-01 Singapore 187969 Price: To Be Confirmed
EV Dance Open Classes are coming soon to you in summer! These classes will be conducted by our very own coaches that will focus on dance techniques and building a strong foundation across all genres. Explorative open classes conducted by EV Coaches will help individuals to find their niche and signature styles.
Various Classes includes Urban dance, Hip Hop, Jazz and other adult classes. There will also be contemporary kids classes catering to young talented individuals.
Join us to discover Australia’s most iconic multi day walk – the Overland Track, perfect for those who want to experience and discover the rare beauty and amazing diversity of Tasmania’s World Heritage listed Cradle Mountain-Lake St Claire National Park. Our presenters will share with you the two options from which to choose, Camping or Glamping.
There will be fine Tasmanian wine and cheese available from 7.00 pm onwards.
For more information, please contact (65) 6337 4743 or email email@example.com
April 25th is the anniversary of the Nepal Earthquake, and Campers’ Corner will be hosting a charity screening of Langtang, the third movie in his Summits of My Life project by Kilian Jornet.
The aim is 58,000 Euro, and so far just over 28,000 Euro has been raised. There will be screenings held on the same day all around the world, come, so and be a part of this! Donations of $8 (suggested minimum) can be made directly to http://www.migranodearena.org/en/challenge/8922/langtang/
Just show your donation receipt for entry!
Campers’ Corner has a maximum capacity of 150 people, so please RSVP on our Facebook event page so we can keep track of numbers.
Date: 23 April 2016 (Sat), 9am – 6pm Venue: Functional Training Institute
222 Queen Street #03-01/02, Singapore 188550 Price: $374.50 with a set of therapy balls worth $80.25
Reduce Body Pain with Optimal Efficiency
Discover the revolutionary way of releasing myofascia with tools and methodologies invented by Nelson Chong, Founder of Functional Training Institute.
Finally, the highly anticipated workshop that can empower anyone to become a Rehab Hero addressing all kinds of chronic musculoskeletal pain is here. Look no further if you or your loved ones are experiencing daily aches & pain issues such migraine, headache, stiff neck, rotator cuff injury, frozen shoulder, chest pain, tingling arm, tingling fingers, elbow pain, loss of grip strength, back pain, sciatica impingement, slipped disc, bulging disc, herniated disc, SI joint pain, scoliosis, hip pain, thigh pain, knee pain, ITB syndrome, ankle pain, shin pain, heel pain, plantar fasciitis, calf pain & numbness in toes, etc.
Date: Artist Talk: 16 April 2016 (Sat), 3pm with a poetry reading by Tania de Rozario Closing Reception: 12 May 2016 (Thur), 6.30pm with a performance by Rizman Putra Venue: The Private Museum
51 Waterloo Street #02-06, Singapore 187969
In celebration of International Women’s Day, The Private Museum is proud to present The Loss Index II by Singaporean artist Ye Shufang. A gasp, a slow release, breathing, stopping… Breathing patterns, the sound of breathing, the act of breathing become very apparent when one is struggling to breathe. It takes only a few quick seconds to realise and recognise when breathing has stopped; with all its finality. But the realisation of the magnitude of loss is felt very slowly. It is an acutely painful, cruelly slow and unpredictable realisation.
The Loss Index II is a new series of artworks and Shufang’s third exhibition at The Private Museum, following The Happiness Index (2011) and The Loss Index: Perishables and Other Miscellanea (2013), where the artist presents her attempts at creating indexes to measure emotions.
This exhibition features a new installation using honey as material to explore the theme of loss.
Please RSVP for the following events to firstname.lastname@example.org or call us at (65) 6738 2872.
The boy from the heartlands who lived and breathed adventure.
At the age of 25, Jeremy Tong has climbed 31 mountains and made it to the summits of 24. The sports science and management undergraduate at Nanyang Technological University plans to take on the 8,848m Mount Everest in March next year and raise funds for the Singapore Cancer Society.
He has climbed Malaysia, Indonesia, China, Nepal, Bolivia, Kyrgyzstan, and Argentina and will aim to climb Cho Oyu this September. Through this talk, he will bring you on his journey through the many mountains and inspire you to live an adventurous life.