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# Don't Let Your Mind Bully Your Body 

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China Hong Kong Newly Emerged Sports Association (NESA)

Booth: Q01



Mölkky, also known as Finska, is a Finnish throwing game invented in 1996. The set consists of a throwing pin, and 12 shorter wooden pins numbered from 1 to 12.

The pins are initially placed in a tight group in an upright position 3–4 meters away from the throwing line, with the pins organized as follows. The players take turns to toss the throwing pin to try and knock over the numbered pins. Knocking over one pin scores the number of points marked on the pin. Knocking 2 or more pins scores the number of pins knocked over (e.g., knocking over 3 pins scores 3 points). A pin does not count if it is leaning on the throwing pin or one of the numbered pins (it must be parallel to the ground to count). After each throw, the pins are stood up again in the exact location where they landed. The first player to reach exactly 50 points wins the game. Scoring more than 50 will be penalized by setting the player's score back to 25 points. A player will be eliminated from the game if they miss all of the numbered pins three times in a row.



Pétanque, the objective is to score points by having boules closer to the target than the opponent after all boules have been thrown. This is achieved by throwing or rolling boules closer to the small target ball, officially called a jack[2] but known colloquially as a cochonnet,[3] or by hitting the opponents' boules away from the target, while standing inside a circle with both feet on the ground.


The game is normally and best played on hard dirt or gravel. It can be played in public areas in parks or in dedicated facilities called boulodromes.


The current form of the game originated in 1907 or 1910 in La Ciotat, in Provence, France. The French name pétanque (borrowed into English, with or without the acute accent) comes from petanca in the Provençal dialect of the Occitan language, deriving from the expression pè tancat [ˈpɛ taŋˈkat], meaning 'foot fixed' or 'foot planted' (on the ground).

Experience Zone Schedule

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06.10 (THU)
14:30 - 15:30
18:00 - 19:00
06.11 (FRI)
14:30 - 15:30
16:00 - 17:00
06.12 (SAT)
15:30 - 16:30
16:45 - 17:45
06.13 (SUN)
15:00 - 16:00
16:15 - 17:15

Andiappan Yoga Community (AYC) /

International Yoga Academy (IYA)

Booth: Q02


Yoga Therapy Class Schedule

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06.10 (THU)
16:00 - 17:00
Yoga For Women's Health 
In this class, we will introduce the advantages of practicing yoga and improve the conditioning of the mind and body with tailored exercises that would provide additional benefits for women. We will go through physical movement and breathing exercises that are known to reduce stress and enhance relaxation of the body.
Tutor: Master Anuja, Queenie, Wendy, Flora 
Anuja started her yoga journey when she was 15 after being inspired by her mother's yoga practice. She has always found yoga as a way to balance her body, mind, and soul, as well as a great form of exercise. Anuja completed a 200 hours of Hatha Yoga Teacher Training and a 300 hours of Advanced Hatha Yoga Teacher Training with the International Yoga Academy with Master Yogananth Andiappan as her main teacher. She is also an active volutnner teacher of Andiappan Yoga Community, a non-profit and  volunteer-run organization whose mission is to share yoga with those who are not able to afford or access to yoga classes with special needs.
06.11 (FRI)
18:00 - 19:00
Hatha Yoga
Hatha Yoga offers a good introduction to the basic yoga poses, which attempt to balance the mind and body through asanas (physical exercises), controlled breathing, relaxation, and meditation. This class aims to improve the body’s physical health whilst clearing the mind, in preparation for meditation in the pursuit of enlightenment.
Tutor: Master Federica, April, Mani

Federica relocated from Italy to Hong Kong in early 2004 and started her yoga journey since her move to Asia. She was fascinated by the sense of peace and release she immediately experienced on and off the mat. Yoga practice inspired her to live each moment more mindfully and empathetically and to help others find the same comfort through it.

She completed her 200 hrs Yoga Teacher Training in 2016 and her 300 hrs Advanced Hatha YTT under the guidance of Master Yogananth Andiappan. She has been active in the Andiappan Yoga Community (AYC) as a leading teacher of a free yoga program for overseas domestic helpers in Discovery Bay, where she lives.

06.12 (SAT)
11:30 - 12:30
Yoga For Working Women
Regular yoga practice can provide emotional, mental and physical support to anyone - especially for working women while they constantly juggle between work, family and self-care. This class focuses on developing emotional strength and bring relaxation to your body and mind. 
Tutor: Vaidehi, Yu, Gigi, Olivia 

Vaidehi is an actuary and mom of 2 small kids. She started practising yoga around 5 years ago during her first pregnancy and went on to build a consistent daily practice, which gradually pivoted from emphasis on physical postures to a deeply spiritual journey to self realization. She recently started to teach yoga to share this journey with others.

06.12 (SAT)
13:30 - 14:30
De-Stress and Meditation Yoga
Yoga is arguably the best way to reduce stress. Destress Yoga, in particular, focuses on deep relaxation, breathing exercises (Pranayama), meditation, and restorative postures that are proven to instantly relieve stress.
Tutor: Master Edith, Anna, Master Ewelina
Edith was raised in NYC and came to HK after her studies. She attended her first yoga class 11 years ago and immediately felt the physical and mental benefits. It was not until she found herself overwhelmed by the stress of running her own business and balancing home life, that she decided to consistently practice yoga. With a regular practice, she began to notice changes in her physical, emotional and spiritual bodies. She left her business in 2009 and completed her 200 Hours Hatha Yoga Teacher Training in 2010. She further continued her yogic studies and accomplished her 300 Hours Advanced Hatha Yoga Teacher Training with Master Yogananth Andiappan.
06.13 (SUN)
11:30 - 12:30
Yoga Therapy For Breast Cancer Survivor
We will share the yoga therapy with women recovering from breast cancer to help alleviate the physical symptoms that they have or are currently experiencing. Handling stress is one of the most common challenges for many cancer patients therefore the practice will focus on helping them build self-confidence in managing their physical symptoms and thereby improve their overall well-being.
Tutor: Master Hazel, Georgina, Judy
Hazel started her yoga practice on a regular basis after she returned to Hong Kong from San Francisco. She found it very stressful to be away from home for a long time and was frustrated in having to adapt to the Hong Kong working culture and the busy lifestyle. Practising yoga enabled her to destress and soon she started her teacher training under the guidance of Master Yogananth Andiappan as the main master and the other traditional teachers from India. she obtained her 200hours Yoga Teacher Certificate in 2013 and completed her 300 hours Advanced Hatha Yoga Teacher Training in 2015 in Hong Kong along with the Intensive Advanced Hatha Yoga Teacher Training in Chennai, India.
06.13 (SUN)
13:30 - 14:30
Backcare Yoga
This class involves a sequence of yoga postures and alignment techniques that strengthen back muscles and help attain a proper posture, preventing and resolving back problems. The class is specifically designed for women who are prone to back pain and stiffness.
Tutor: Master Kammy, Ally, Stephanie, Edith

Kammy started her yoga practice at Anahata Yoga in Hong Kong in 2012. Under the guidance of Master Yogananth Andiappan and his team of professional masters, she accomplished the 200 hours of Yoga Teacher Training Course in 2012, as well as the 300 hours of Advanced Hatha Yoga Teacher Training in 2014.

The training courses motivated her to continue the yoga journey and it is a life journey for her too. She thinks the practice of yoga is not only about the flexibility in one's body, but also in one's mind. Through the practice of asanas, pranayama and meditation help to maintain better physical health and mental peace.


WBC The World Boxing Council

Booth: F26


Boxing Demo Show and Experience Class 

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06.12 (SAT)
18:15 - 19:30
Muay Thai Demonstration Show and Experience Class
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WBC Kickboxing Trainer
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Ms Crystal Ng

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Pilates Experience Class 

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06.13 (SUN)
17:30 - 18:30
Pilates Experience Class
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Lux Daily Studio Limited

Booth: F22

Lux Daily

KOL Yoga Class Schedule

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06.10 (THU)
13:00 - 14:00
Slim Vinyasa flow
06.11 (FRI)
13:00 - 14:00
Escape from the pressure !
Tutor: Ms Ida Hui


60 mins class in a Vinyasa flow. We will be practicing different asanas in steady breathe. It’s great way to rising our metabolism rate, stimulating digestive system and losing fat !! Yoga mat have been prepared for you. Of coz you m ay bring your own one ~
You may get sweat too so please prepare towel & water bottle. Class is Suitable for all levels yogis.  Let’s ENJOY !!
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