Jun 7-10: Evolution: Asia Yoga Conference
Yogis of all levels and backgrounds will be coming together for the 11th edition of the Evolution Asia Yoga Conference to learn, explore and meet other like minded practitioners. Aside from the traditional yoga practices, this year’s edition delves deeper into other wellness and healing topics including chakras, meditation, astrology, aura reading, energy and sound healiång, and life coaching. You’ll also have the chance to browse the latest yoga gadgets and apparel. Open to the public, the conference is free to attend but paid tickets are required if you want to attend one or more of the 180+ workshops on offer, run by an impressive lineup of international teachers.
Hong Kong Convention and Exhibition Centre, 1 Expo Drive, Wan Chai, www.asiayogaconference.com.
May 13: The District Race
Brand new to Hong Kong, The District Race is an urban adventure team race with a twist. With innovative technology and 80 virtual checkpoints, this event will challenge your brain as well as your brawn. There is no set course or distance; racers need to figure out themselves how to explore the city and collect points within a two-hour time limit.
Starting point: Central Harbourfront. www.districtrace.com.
May 18-20: HKFC Citi Soccer Sevens
International seven-a-side football tournament, the HKFC Citi Soccer Sevens, is back for its 19th edition. The event features a record 10 professional teams from Europe and around the world, including last year’s tournament winners, Leicester City, and runners-up Aston Villa. Expect top-class competition and fun for the whole family.
Hong Kong Football Club, Sports Road, Happy Valley. Free entry on Friday. Saturday and Sunday tickets $160 per day or $300 for both days. Free for under-16s. www.hksoccersevens.com.
May 18-20: The Affordable Art Fair
Didn’t quite have the budget to play with the big boys during Art Week? Fear not, the Affordable Art Fair is back this month, with more than 115 galleries and 1,000 local and international artists priced between $1,000 and $100,000. Whether you’re an avid art collector, or just need a new piece for your wall at home, the Affordable Art fair is bound to whet your appetite.
Hong Kong Convention & Exhibition Centre, 1 Expo Drive, Wan Chai. $120 (advance), $165 (on the door). www.affordableartfair.com.
May 12: The Swim Run, Sai Kung
The Swim Run: Sai Kung is a competitive but fun 13k duathlon that kicks off from Sai Sha Road in the New Territories and takes participants in and out of the water several times before reaching the finish line at Pak Tam Chung. It’s Ideal triathlon training ahead of the start of the racing season.
$320. Details: terramar.hk/events/swimrunsaikung.
Jun 6: Wellness Evening At Cordis, a Liv Magazine event!
Join Liv Magazine at Cordis, Hong Kong for our first “Wellness Evening at Cordis”! Exclusively for Liv Magazine readers, we are hosting a one-hour Piloxing class at the hotel’s outdoor Garage Bar, followed by a chill-out session with craft beer and snacks. Plus, there’ll be a chance to swim in the hotel’s outdoor rooftop pool, try their yoga and fitness rooms, and use the gym before class. The event is just $150 before May 20 and $200 thereafter, which includes a facilities pass from 4pm onwards and deluxe goodie bag filled with healthy treats from our partners. Space is limited, so be sure to book ASAP!
Cordis, Hong Kong, 555 Shanghai St., Mong Kok. Tickets $150-$200 from ticketflap.com.