Lip Balm Making Workshop
May
25
3:00 PM15:00

Lip Balm Making Workshop

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All natural beeswax lip balm making workshop, custom craft your own essential oil  flavored lipbalm!

Making your own natural beeswax lip balms are easy, good for your skin, soul, and wellness! Learn from Petrina the founder of Shophouse Sixtyfive, using all natural ingredients, oils, beeswax, and essential oils and make your very own tubes of lip balm. 


During this hands-on afternoon workshop you will:

  • Learn how to to make four custom essential oil flavored lip balms

  • Practice two recipes that you can use to make lip balms on your own 

  • Make two coconut oil based lip balms and two olive oil based lip balms

  • Learn a little about the benefits of natural ingredients and properties of different plant oils

You will be required to bring your own:

  • 2 Microwavable mugs for mixing and heating ingredients

  • 1 metal Tablespoon 

  • 2 metal Teaspoons

  • Notebook or paper to jot down notes and recipes! 


Additional supplies will be on sale for you to bring home and craft with, 8 empty lip balm tubes at $5. See you soon!

About Petrina:

Petrina is the founder of Shophouse Sixtyfive a local brand of natural handmade lips and body care products. Her products have been featured by the Straits Times, Nylon and 8 Days. She believes that anyone can handcraft their own natural products! 

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Melt & Pour: Soap Making & Essential Oil Basics Workshop
May
19
3:00 PM15:00

Melt & Pour: Soap Making & Essential Oil Basics Workshop

Join Amanda from Shibusa Atelier for another weekend of therapeutic and educational soap making workshops! She ‘ll be sharing the process of making melt and pour soap with soap bases, essential oils, powders and seeds/flowers for texture and colour. The melt and pour soap making technique is safe for both children and adults to use at home, and it's perfect as a fast, handmade and natural gift.

In this workshop, you'll get hands-on practice to produce 2 soaps:

  • 1 x moon soap with bentonite clay, lemon, bergamot and cedarwood essential oil (as pictured)

  • 1 x bar soap with essential oil and topping of your choice provided by us

As a bonus, you'll get to learn some basics on essential oils, its properties and how it can help regulate emotions, sickness and difficult times in the month. Each participant receives a recipe guide, and will get to make 1x 10ml roll-on with essential oils of their choice!

Participants will be required to bring 3 microwaveable containers for melting soap, and another regular container for bringing the soap home.

This time we have a special deal for two, so sign up for a pal or a special someone to get 10% off!

About Amanda:

Amanda is an illustrator and designer that started soapmaking and blending essential oils to alleviate her eczema and sinus issues. It slowly became an obsession and a way to express herself creatively, and introduce skincare in a fun, accessible and easy way to friends.

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Melt & Pour: Soap Making & Essential Oil Basics Workshop
May
18
3:00 PM15:00

Melt & Pour: Soap Making & Essential Oil Basics Workshop

Join Amanda from Shibusa Atelier for another weekend of therapeutic and educational soap making workshops! She ‘ll be sharing the process of making melt and pour soap with soap bases, essential oils, powders and seeds/flowers for texture and colour. The melt and pour soap making technique is safe for both children and adults to use at home, and it's perfect as a fast, handmade and natural gift.

In this workshop, you'll get hands-on practice to produce 2 soaps:

  • 1 x moon soap with bentonite clay, lemon, bergamot and cedarwood essential oil (as pictured)

  • 1 x bar soap with essential oil and topping of your choice provided by us

As a bonus, you'll get to learn some basics on essential oils, its properties and how it can help regulate emotions, sickness and difficult times in the month. Each participant receives a recipe guide, and will get to make 1x 10ml roll-on with essential oils of their choice!

Participants will be required to bring 3 microwaveable containers for melting soap, and another regular container for bringing the soap home.

This time we have a special deal for two, so sign up for a pal or a special someone to get 10% off!

About Amanda:

Amanda is an illustrator and designer that started soapmaking and blending essential oils to alleviate her eczema and sinus issues. It slowly became an obsession and a way to express herself creatively, and introduce skincare in a fun, accessible and easy way to friends.

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Ilo: Essential Oils for your cycle. Make your own blend!
Apr
27
5:00 PM17:00

Ilo: Essential Oils for your cycle. Make your own blend!

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4th Session – Essential Oils for your cycle: Make your own blend!

27 April | 2019 | Saturday |  5pm - 6pm | 20 participants @ $55

A hands on workshop to make your own very own blend specifically for your body to that will help with symptoms such as cramps, hormone fluctuations and emotional wellbeing, and you’ll get to take home your own bottle of oil.

Join us for a complete set of this series or sign up for each class individually! It will be $150 for all four sessions, instead of the U.P. at $175.

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About Jette & Ilo

Jette is a former stylist and photographer who, after the birth of her daughter in 2018, decided that something within the female wellness industry had to change, specifically menstrual health. She founded ilo as an empowering educator to help girls and boys, women and men understand menstrual health and menstrual cycles. Mainstream sanitary products are loaded with known carcinogens and toxins and have more recently been linked to fertility issues, hormonal problems and endometriosis. On average you'll have your period for 6 days a month, 12 months a year for over 40 years - a very long tie to put does after does of chemicals and known toxins into your body. Jette's company ilo, provides 100% organic cotton sanitary products which are free from chemicals and toxins which means they're safe and non toxic for your body but also 100% biodegradable which means great for the environment as over 100billion sanitary products are thrown away globally each year.

ilo believes that everyone should have access to safe and non toxic menstrual products and that's why we donate 50% of our profits back to fighting period poverty. Make the change for your body and the environment today. Join ilo and be the change.

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Full Moon Meditation (April)
Apr
20
7:00 PM19:00

Full Moon Meditation (April)

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Full Moon Meditation (April)
20.00

Full moons are a time where everything is heightened — a powerful opportunity to take stock of your emotions and use the moon’s potency to either harness or release emotions.

Grow in the glow of April’s full moon with @themoonsg’s guided group meditation. Run by the dynamic Jette Virdi, this session will teach us how to release our fears and negative emotions while tapping into shared energies in order to invite better dreams, intentions and support to each other’s lives.

What to expect at this guided meditation:

- A relaxed, comfortable and safe space
- There’ll be crystals, essential oils and even some sage smudging throughout the guided meditation!
- A calming post-meditation tea

What to bring:

- Relaxed, loose-fitting clothes
- A yoga mat if preferred (cushions will be provided)
- Any crystals of your own that you would like to channel. (Not sure how to work with crystals? No worries, we’ll be taking questions as we go!)

All are welcome to attend! Tickets are $20 each, and limited to 30 participants on a first-come-first-served basis

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Book Signing & Fika: An Afternoon with Alaine
Apr
20
3:00 PM15:00

Book Signing & Fika: An Afternoon with Alaine

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Fika: A social coffee break, meant for us to take some time to slow down and be present in the moment. Come by this Easter weekend and experience a taste of Sweden with Alaine Handa, the author of cookbook, “In Search of the Best Swedish Chokladbollar”. Have some coffee from our cafe and join us in our cozy mezzanine to relax, have conversations and sample some of Alaine’s very own chokladbollar. 

Chokladbollar is everything you ever wanted! It’s a sweet, semi-healthy oatmeal ball, meant to be eaten during a break in the day or at parties, and chock full of tradition. Did we mention that it’s chocolate? And also a healthy alternative to all the Easter chocolates you might be having this weekend. A delicious mix of cocoa, coffee, oats, and assorted ingredients, Alaine’s choice of ingredients will be natural and organic, with ethical coffee and cocoa.

Drop in any-time between 3 - 5pm! Admission is free, just come by with your friends or family, children or parents this weekend.

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Gong Bathing Meditation
Apr
18
7:00 PM19:00

Gong Bathing Meditation

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Gong Bathing
20.00

A full moon holds different significance across many cultures. For some, it is believed to symbolise the rhythm of time, and in others, it has spiritual and religious significance. To us, it’s a completion of cycle; a time to reflect and re-center. After our phenomenal last experience with the Gong Bathing Meditation, we’ll be hosting another session this April. Bathing in the moon light, the experience is designed to restore energy fields, rebalance the rebalance the body’s frequencies, and rejuvenate the entire being, while alleviating stress and clearing the mind. This therapeutic experience will induce a theta state where our brainwave frequencies range from 4 to 7 Hz. These frequencies allow our body to relax completely, putting us in the state where energy shifts and deep healing are possible.

About Moon Maiden, Serene:
Serene believes that sound is the medicine of the future. She completed her Gong training at Red Doors Studio in Hong Kong last spring, and is currently sharing her practice at Ascend Yoga Therapy. She aspires to inspire others to manifest their destinies through meditation and conscious relaxation. Visit https://www.ascendyogatherapy.com/ for more yoga therapy classes.

Ticketed at $20 per participant, and limited to 30 participants.

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Ilo: Movement for your Cycle
Apr
14
11:00 AM11:00

Ilo: Movement for your Cycle

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3rd Session – A lovely stretch for a Sunday: Movement for your Cycle

14 April 2019 | Sunday | 11am - 12nn | 20 participants @ $45

Learn different yoga and pilates poses that can energise you or support you through your cycle! A physical workshop, we’ll be looking at movement that can help with PMS symptoms, hormone surges and general wellbeing. You’ll get vital yoga poses to take away that you can use by yourself every month to help your body and it's symptoms. For the second half, Jette will lead in a meditation to nourish the soul. 

Join us for a complete set of this series or sign up for each class individually! It will be $150 for all four sessions, instead of the U.P. at $175.

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About Jette & Ilo

Jette is a former stylist and photographer who, after the birth of her daughter in 2018, decided that something within the female wellness industry had to change, specifically menstrual health. She founded ilo as an empowering educator to help girls and boys, women and men understand menstrual health and menstrual cycles. Mainstream sanitary products are loaded with known carcinogens and toxins and have more recently been linked to fertility issues, hormonal problems and endometriosis. On average you'll have your period for 6 days a month, 12 months a year for over 40 years - a very long tie to put does after does of chemicals and known toxins into your body. Jette's company ilo, provides 100% organic cotton sanitary products which are free from chemicals and toxins which means they're safe and non toxic for your body but also 100% biodegradable which means great for the environment as over 100billion sanitary products are thrown away globally each year.

ilo believes that everyone should have access to safe and non toxic menstrual products and that's why we donate 50% of our profits back to fighting period poverty. Make the change for your body and the environment today. Join ilo and be the change.

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The Moon Market Vol. 1
Apr
13
to Apr 14

The Moon Market Vol. 1

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We’re thrilled to announce the very first edition of our Moon Market, in partnership with Zoey Nguyen and Mizuho Sasaki!

The Moon Market is a celebration of Singapore’s independent artists, musicians, craftspeople, and creatives from multiple disciplines. We aim to champion original and unique finds, truly an art market for lovers of all that is independently created and curated.

PROGRAM:
Day 1 - 13th April: 2pm-8pm
Doors open at 2PM
Lilian Lee (Say What) - Artist Talk 4PM
Ryan Weatherman DJ Set - 5PM - 7:30PM

Day 2 - 14th April: 11am - 4pm

Lynne Hong - Artist Talk 1PM
Mizuho Sasaki - Artist Talk 2PM
Zine Making Workshop - 3PM

ARTISTS

Mizuho Sasaki - http://www.instagram.com/miz.on.lines
Natalia Mamonova - https://www.instagram.com/nat_is_silly
Ryan Cheng - https://m.soundcloud.com/ryantheweatherman/tracks
Min No Cake - https://www.instagram.com/mintydaily
Lynne Hong - https://alohablissjewelry.com
Bel Mervyn - http://www.instagram.com/tinybelpepper
Lilian Lee - https://www.saywhatwithfriends.com
Joy Ho - https://www.instagram.com/feever_dreem

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Heue: Colouretreat Workshop
Apr
6
to Apr 7

Heue: Colouretreat Workshop

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It’s been a phenomenal three months of sharing space with our resident artist, Heue, and in her time at The Moon, she’s created an incredible ten pieces. As her time at The Moon comes to an end, we’re sad to see Sam go but thrilled with what the future has in store for her. Join us this weekend in a celebration of art, life and colors as you learn from Heue how to create your own masterpieces.

You’ll leave the workshop with a creative process journal, a painting of your own, and our custom drink for the show, the Shana. Come in paint ready clothes and with an open heart, and be prepared to make some magic!

While one session is a great introduction to the method, we'd recommend two sessions in order for you to develop a command of the medium. Sign up on our website and we'll see you this weekend!

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Heue: Work In Progress Exhibition
Mar
30
to Apr 7

Heue: Work In Progress Exhibition

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It’s taken us a while, but we’re finally ready to introduce to the world our resident artist, Sam Auditeur. Going by the artist moniker of Heue, Sam creates art in various mediums documenting the stories of those in between estrangement and reconciliation. Her childhood dream of colour-grading the world is now being harnessed with a brush in hand. She paints abstraction as a type of portraiture, mirroring the narratives of her encounters with people and places. Her obsession with colours remedy nostalgia and are a retrospect to surviving this beautiful madness that is life.

Sam has been a part of our little Moon family since January 2019, and over multiple cups of coffee and quiet conversations in her mezzanine studio, she’s put together a show. Titled ‘Work In Progress’, the series will be her last batch of canvas works for a while and we’d be thrilled for you to join in on the opening night, have a drink, and enjoy the art.

Doors open at 7 pm, on the 30th of March.

To purchase the work, click here.

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About Sam

Sam Auditeur (HEUE) creates art in various mediums documenting the stories of those in between estrangement and reconciliation. Her childhood dream of colour-grading the world is now being harnessed with a brush in hand. She paints abstraction as a type of portraiture, mirroring the narratives of her encounters with people and places.

Her obsession with colours remedy nostalgia and are a retrospect to surviving this beautiful madness that is life.

https://heue.me/
@heue

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Ilo: Food For Your Cycle
Mar
30
11:00 AM11:00

Ilo: Food For Your Cycle

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2nd Session – Food for your Cycle: Learn to support and nourish your body during your cycle

30 March 2019 | Saturday | 11am - 12nn | 20 participants @ $45

Jette is a trained chef and used to be a vegan private chef as well, and she’ll be sharing about the food that helps to nourish and support our bodies! We'll be talking about how different foods can help your hormones and physical symptoms of PMS during the different Seasons of your Cycle, from seed cycling to fluid intake. There'll even be some tasty nibbles and a recipe book of five free recipes. 

Join us for a complete set of this series or sign up for each class individually! It will be $150 for all four sessions, instead of the U.P. at $175.

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Jette is a former stylist and photographer who, after the birth of her daughter in 2018, decided that something within the female wellness industry had to change, specifically menstrual health. She founded ilo as an empowering educator to help girls and boys, women and men understand menstrual health and menstrual cycles. Mainstream sanitary products are loaded with known carcinogens and toxins and have more recently been linked to fertility issues, hormonal problems and endometriosis. On average you'll have your period for 6 days a month, 12 months a year for over 40 years - a very long tie to put does after does of chemicals and known toxins into your body. Jette's company ilo, provides 100% organic cotton sanitary products which are free from chemicals and toxins which means they're safe and non toxic for your body but also 100% biodegradable which means great for the environment as over 100billion sanitary products are thrown away globally each year.

ilo believes that everyone should have access to safe and non toxic menstrual products and that's why we donate 50% of our profits back to fighting period poverty. Make the change for your body and the environment today. Join ilo and be the change.

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Melt & Pour: Soap Making & Essential Oil Basics Workshop
Mar
23
to Mar 24

Melt & Pour: Soap Making & Essential Oil Basics Workshop

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Melt & Pour Soap Making Workshop + Essential Oil Basics with Roll-On with The Moon x shibusa soap

Making your own soaps is easy-peasy! Join Amanda from shibusa soap as she shares the process of making melt and pour soap with soap bases, essential oils, powders and seeds/flowers for texture and colour. The melt and pour soap making technique is safe for both children and adults to use at home, and it's perfect as a fast, handmade and natural gift.

In this workshop, you'll get hands-on practice to produce 2 soaps:

  • 1 x moon soap with bentonite clay, lemon, bergamot and cedarwood essential oil (as pictured)

  • 1 x bar soap with essential oil and topping of your choice provided by us

As a bonus, you'll get to learn some basics on essential oils, it's properties and how it can help regulate emotions, sickness and difficult times in the month. Each participant receives a recipe guide, and will get to make 1x 10ml roll-on with essential oils of their choice!

Participants will be required to bring 3 microwaveable containers for melting soap, and another regular container for bringing the soap home.

About Amanda:

Amanda is an illustrator and designer that started soapmaking and blending essential oils to alleviate her eczema and sinus issues. It slowly became an obsession and a way to express herself creatively, and introduce skincare in a fun, accessible and easy way to friends.

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Full Moon Meditation (March)
Mar
21
7:00 PM19:00

Full Moon Meditation (March)

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Full Moon Meditation (March)
20.00

Full moons are a time where everything is heightened — a powerful opportunity to take stock of your emotions and use the moon’s potency to either harness or release emotions.

Grow in the glow of this March’s full moon with @themoonsg’s guided group meditation. Run by the dynamic Jette Virdi, this session will teach us how to release our fears and negative emotions while tapping into shared energies in order to invite better dreams, intentions and support to each other’s lives.

What to expect at this guided meditation:

- A relaxed, comfortable and safe space
- There’ll be crystals, essential oils and even some sage smudging throughout the guided meditation!
- A calming post-meditation tea

What to bring:

- Relaxed, loose-fitting clothes
- A yoga mat if preferred (cushions will be provided)
- Any crystals of your own that you would like to channel. (Not sure how to work with crystals? No worries, we’ll be taking questions as we go!)

All are welcome to attend! Tickets are $20 each, and limited to 30 participants on a first-come-first-served basis

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Ilo: Menstrual Cycle - What, How, Why
Mar
19
6:00 PM18:00

Ilo: Menstrual Cycle - What, How, Why

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1st Session: Menstrual Cycle: The What, How and Why!

19 March 2019 | Tuesday | 6pm - 7pm | 20 participants @ $30

Jette will be talking about the ins and outs of your hormone changes as you go through your menstrual cycle and why knowing these can truly improve your life; including the seasons of your cycle, the hormonal changes, the physical symptoms and also why knowing these seasons can be vital and also your period can and should be celebrated and a joy. 

Everyone will get an ilo period journal which teaches you to get back in tune with their body and truly understand their cycle.

Join us for a complete set of this series or sign up for each class individually! It will be $150 for all four sessions, instead of the U.P. at $175.

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Jette is a former stylist and photographer who, after the birth of her daughter in 2018, decided that something within the female wellness industry had to change, specifically menstrual health. She founded ilo as an empowering educator to help girls and boys, women and men understand menstrual health and menstrual cycles. Mainstream sanitary products are loaded with known carcinogens and toxins and have more recently been linked to fertility issues, hormonal problems and endometriosis. On average you'll have your period for 6 days a month, 12 months a year for over 40 years - a very long tie to put does after does of chemicals and known toxins into your body. Jette's company ilo, provides 100% organic cotton sanitary products which are free from chemicals and toxins which means they're safe and non toxic for your body but also 100% biodegradable which means great for the environment as over 100billion sanitary products are thrown away globally each year.

ilo believes that everyone should have access to safe and non toxic menstrual products and that's why we donate 50% of our profits back to fighting period poverty. Make the change for your body and the environment today. Join ilo and be the change.

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The Moon @ SheSays
Mar
16
10:00 AM10:00

The Moon @ SheSays

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We’re going to be at SheSays Singapore’s event! Check out their Facebook Page for more details.

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Women birthed us, women raised us, but somehow we’re still earning $0.75 to the dollar as compared to men? Not okay.

This International Women’s Day, SheSays will be taking the fight to the next level for women’s rights on equal work opportunities, equal pay and even on striking a better work-life balance! (Let’s face it, being a Mom is tough work.)

Join us at the first SheSays festival, Create Your Own Balance in honour of International Women’s Day 2019 theme of #BalanceForBetter, sponsored by Accenture, Visa & Hogan Lovells , as we talk about Being Excellent, Creating Your Network, Refreshing your Career, Goal Setting, Salary Negotiation, Building a Career that Matters and Ensuring Flexibility - there is something for everyone!

Connect and be inspired by fantastic leaders through our interactive panel sessions or hands-on workshops from the likes of Visa, Braze, Kantar, Eight Inc., Accenture, Newton Chase and some Singapore's most prominent women's organisations including Crazycat & Girls in Tech - Singapore!

Inspiration is at the core of who we are, so expect to meet poets, writers, singers and strummers!

Grab a bite at the festival, and enjoy The Moon's pop-up library featuring pioneering female authors and their rebellious short stories, or visit Project X - Singapore's art exhibition featuring the unheard voices of a marginalised community from Singapore. You can expect short musical performances by Babes Pregnancy Crisis Support Ltd, a support program that helps pregnant teenagers in Singapore.

The better we are at achieving balance, the better the world we will bring!

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Pop-Up Market
Mar
9
3:00 PM15:00

Pop-Up Market

In conjunction with International Women's Day, The Moon is delighted to help celebrate the launch of @ilo -- Asia's first organic cotton sanitary-napkin subscription -- with a female-led pop-up market! Come hang out with us on Saturday 9th March from 3 - 6 PM, and be the first to get your hands on ilo's wonderful range of products, including PMS symptom-reducing essential oils and salt soaks!

We'll also be joined by our friends Beata from FitChillOut Retreats, who will be hosting three mini workouts and coaching sessions, as well as The Boutique Society, who are committed to sourcing unique and sustainable fashion from craft artisans all around the world.

Program

3.10 - 3.30 PM — Feel It to Heal It and Emotion Management Coaching

3.40 - 4 PM — Mindful Movement

4.10 - 4.30 PM — Free your Mind, Mindfulness Coaching

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LBTQ Feel Tank on Emotional Wellbeing and Self-Care
Mar
3
11:00 AM11:00

LBTQ Feel Tank on Emotional Wellbeing and Self-Care

#SelfCareSunday

(Event attendance is for LBQ women and trans/genderqueer persons only)

Sayoni, in collaboration with ASEAN SOGIE Caucus Brave Spaces Inter-University LGBT Network and Queer Zinefest SG, is organizing an event on emotional wellbeing and self-care on 3 March, Sunday. Tickets are still available for our dialogue session and workshop #2 (self-care through zine-making).

Head over to https://lbtqfeeltank.eventbrite.sg to find out more!

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Full Moon Meditation (February)
Feb
19
7:00 PM19:00

Full Moon Meditation (February)

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Full Moon Meditation (February)
20.00

Full moons are a time where everything is heightened — a powerful opportunity to take stock of your emotions and use the moon’s potency to either harness or release emotions.

Grow in the glow of this Febraury full moon with @themoonsg’s guided group meditation of 2019. Run by the dynamic Jette Virdi, this session will teach us how to release our fears and negative emotions while tapping into shared energies in order to invite better dreams, intentions and support to each other’s lives.

What to expect at this guided meditation:

- A relaxed, comfortable and safe space
- There’ll be crystals, essential oils and even some sage smudging throughout the guided meditation!
- A calming post-meditation tea

What to bring:

- Relaxed, loose-fitting clothes
- A yoga mat if preferred (cushions will be provided)
- Any crystals of your own that you would like to channel. (Not sure how to work with crystals? No worries, we’ll be taking questions as we go!)

All are welcome to attend! Tickets are $20 each, and limited to 30 participants on a first-come-first-served basis

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All Hearts Day: Chocolate Making Workshop
Feb
10
3:00 PM15:00

All Hearts Day: Chocolate Making Workshop

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All Hearts Day: Chocolate Making Workshop
45.00

Join us this 10 February as we embark on an introductory chocolate-making workshop with Alaine Handa, the chokladbollar-rolling extraordinaire. Chokladbollar is a stunning Swedish delicacy that sounds exactly like what it is: delectable #chocolate balls that you’ll devour in an instant. Just in time for Valentine’s Day (or All Hearts Day in Sweden!)

You can also pick up Alaine’s cookbook in the store - In Search of the Best Swedish Chokladbollar - if you’d like to bring her recipes home and roll up this sweet treat for your #valentine.

“In search of the best Swedish chokladbollar” signed book by the author will be available at 15% off if you sign up for this event!

Sample “sju sorters chokladbollar” a.k.a. seven different types of chocolate balls made by Alaine. Don’t worry, they are made of oats!

You’ll go home with a box of chocolates, and we’ll also be pairing your sweet treats with complimentary coffee or espresso during the workshop. Limited spaces available for the workshop, so reserve a spot quickly!

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Moon Children: Franklin's Flying Bookshop
Feb
3
2:00 PM14:00

Moon Children: Franklin's Flying Bookshop

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Moon Children: Franklin's Flying Bookshop
15.00

Moon Children returns! Join us for storytelling & craft sessions based on Jen Campbell’s storybook; Franklin’s Flying Bookshop. We will traverse across planets & read under the light of a thousand fireflies.

Bring your little ones to The Moon for an afternoon of performance storytelling & a craft workshop that will have them creating their own mini storybooks for the keeps.

Happening 3 February 2019, 2pm, at The Moon!

Each session is limited to 8 participants. Clicking on the sign-up button will bring you to our purchasing page.

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Moon Children Storytelling and Craft Session
Jan
27
1:00 PM13:00

Moon Children Storytelling and Craft Session

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Sometimes a story begins with a dream. Join us for February’s #MoonChildren, a performative storytelling session about eighteen-year-old #MaryShelley and how she came to create the spine-tingling tale of inventor Dr. Victor #Frankenstein and the greatest fictional monster of all time!

Bring your little ones to @TheMoonSG dressed as their favourite mythical creature and enjoy an afternoon with #MaryWhoWroteFrankenstein, followed by a make-your-own-monster craft workshop and creative writing session!

Happening at 1 PM on Sunday, 27 January 2019 at The Moon! Tickets are $15 per child. Limited to 8 children so message us on our Facebook page to book a spot ASAP.

About the hosts:
Aqilah Faizall, 24, has been working with children for 5 years now, teaching English, Creative Writing & Speech & Drama. She currently teaches at Education First, & has previously worked at Lorna Whiston & Artistic Strategies Academy.

Aditya, 23, has been a part of the Singapore music scene for 4 years. His crew Mediocre Haircut Crew, has performed at festivals and gigs both locally and abroad. Some of them include, Laneway Festival, Singapore Jazz Festival and Raising The Bar Festival in Kuala Lumpur.

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Full Moon Meditation
Jan
20
7:00 PM19:00

Full Moon Meditation

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Full moons are a time where everything is heightened — a powerful opportunity to take stock of your emotions and use the moon’s potency to either harness or release emotions.

Grow in the glow of this January full moon with @themoonsg’s first guided group meditation of 2019. Run by the dynamic Jette Virdi, this session will teach us how to release our fears and negative emotions while tapping into shared energies in order to invite better dreams, intentions and support to each other’s lives.

What to expect at this guided meditation:

- A relaxed, comfortable and safe space
- There’ll be crystals, essential oils and even some sage smudging throughout the guided meditation!
- A calming post-meditation tea

What to bring:

- Relaxed, loose-fitting clothes
- A yoga mat if preferred (cushions will be provided)
- Any crystals of your own that you would like to channel. (Not sure how to work with crystals? No worries, we’ll be taking questions as we go!)

All are welcome to attend! Tickets are $20 each, with payment taken on the day. Limited to 30 participants on a first-come-first-served basis — just sign up: https://goo.gl/forms/ayllLTW5qMh8gHyB3

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Harry Christmas
Dec
25
8:00 PM20:00

Harry Christmas

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You could adore Christmas, you could abhor Christmas, but if you love the Wizarding World of Harry Potter as much as we do, you'd never want to pass this opportunity up.

So grab a friend, grab an enemy, grab a drink from our bar and head on upstairs, Over The Moon, for a free screening of the first three movies!

The Potterthon begins 12pm-closing on Christmas Day. Entry is free.

#MischiefManaged

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Moon Children Storytelling & Craft Workshop
Dec
23
4:00 PM16:00

Moon Children Storytelling & Craft Workshop

Moon Children returns! Join us for storytelling & craft sessions based on Jen Campbell’s storybooks; Franklin & Luna Go To The Moon, and Franklin’s Flying Bookshop. We will traverse across planets, meet Kung fu fighting spiders & Disco dancing unicorns.

Bring your little ones to The Moon for an evening of performance storytelling & a craft workshop that will have them creating their own planets or designing an edible gingerbread man.

Happening 16 December 2018, 4pm, at The Moon for Franklin and Luna Go To The Moon (Craft session: Creating your own planet) and 23 December 2018, 4pm, for Franklin’s Flying Bookshop (Craft session: Designing an edible gingerbread man).

Each session is limited to 8 participants. 

About the Moon Maidens:

Aqilah Faizall, 24, has been working with children for 5 years now, teaching English, Creative Writing & Speech & Drama. She currently teaches at Artistic Strategies Academy, & has previously worked at Lorna Whiston.

Natasha Mary, 27, is an illustrator & fine artist. She’s the junior curator at STPI, a contemporary art gallery & creative workshop space, conducting arts & crafts workshops for children aged 7 to 15.

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Book Swap Event
Dec
22
2:00 PM14:00

Book Swap Event

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SWAPPITY SWAP SWAP. The Moon is a place where all can gather and revel in solace; share and absorb, consume and create. And at the centre of it all is our great big love of books. As the busy shopping season rounds the corner, it’s important to remember that the spirit of giving can be every bit as fun as buying! Dust off your library and jingle your way down to The Moon on the afternoon of 22nd December, 2pm - 6pm, for some good old-fashioned book swappin’. Come trade a book or two with other friendly humans (or with our second-hand library!) and sip on our seasonal warm peppermint mocha! If you’re lucky, some of our Moon Maidens may even break out into a Christmas song.

So pop on down for a browse, a swap, or just lounge the afternoon away with us on The Moon. This is a free event, and all are welcome! We hope to see you there.

P.S We’ll be accepting children’s books donations for our “Sponsor A Reader” collaboration with Readable SG as well! Find out more on our socials."

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Moon Children Storytelling & Craft Workshop
Dec
16
4:00 PM16:00

Moon Children Storytelling & Craft Workshop

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Moon Children returns! Join us for storytelling & craft sessions based on Jen Campbell’s storybooks; Franklin & Luna Go To The Moon, and Franklin’s Flying Bookshop. We will traverse across planets, meet Kung fu fighting spiders & Disco dancing unicorns.

Bring your little ones to The Moon for an evening of performance storytelling & a craft workshop that will have them creating their own planets or designing an edible gingerbread man.

Happening 16 December 2018, 4pm, at The Moon for Franklin and Luna Go To The Moon (Craft session: Creating your own planet) and 23 December 2018, 4pm, for Franklin’s Flying Bookshop (Craft session: Designing an edible gingerbread man).

Each session is limited to 8 participants. 

About the Moon Maidens:

Aqilah Faizall, 24, has been working with children for 5 years now, teaching English, Creative Writing & Speech & Drama. She currently teaches at Artistic Strategies Academy, & has previously worked at Lorna Whiston.

Natasha Mary, 27, is an illustrator & fine artist. She’s the junior curator at STPI, a contemporary art gallery & creative workshop space, conducting arts & crafts workshops for children aged 7 to 15.

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Spoke & Bird #17 Presents: /s@ber
Dec
15
8:00 PM20:00

Spoke & Bird #17 Presents: /s@ber

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UPDATE: THERE WILL BE AN OPEN MIC

Spoke & Bird closes 2018 with a super special guest, Singapore's newest poetry collective, the S@BER (Stop at Bad End Rhymes) (pronounced SABER)!!!! 

DATE: SATURDAY, 15 NOVEMBER
DOORS OPEN: 7PM
SHOW: 8PM-11PM
ADDRESS: 37 Mosque StSingapore 059515
NEAREST MRT: Chinatown or Telok Ayer
ENTRY FEE: $5 (by donation for open micers)

ABOUT: 
Stop @ Bad End Rhymes, or /s@ber, is a writer's collective that came together in the aftermath of Singapore Poetry Writing Month 2017. /s@ber's members hail from a variety of backgrounds. We believe in refining our craft through experimenting with the written and spoken word in monthly workshops.

Between them, they have won awards such as National Poetry Competition 2017 (finalist), National Poetry Competition 2018 (finalist), NUS Creative Writing Competition 2018 (Top Prize, and honourable mention); and been published in various anthologies such as Twin Cities: an anthology of twin cinema from Singapore and Hong Kong (2017), SingPoWriMo: The Anthology (2016, 2017), CoffeeStainedPress’ Words: Lost and Found (2016), Eye on the World: Connecting the Dots Anthology (2016) and beyond. Members of /s@ber have also had their work featured in literary journals such as Rambutan Literary and Quarterly Literary Review Singapore (QLRS). Our members also appear in live poetry performances, such as Destination:INK, Singapore Night Festival 2017, and various other events.

/s@ber is proudly supported by local literary charity Sing Lit Station.

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Sonder Soiree
Dec
8
5:00 PM17:00

Sonder Soiree

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Has 2018 been kind to you? Or should the question be "have I been kind to 2018"? As we pull out our fairy lights and dust our Christmas tree hidden in the far-end of our storage space, ready for the new year, it's about time to also slow down and self-care. 
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Sonder Soiree
/Sonder/ the realisation that each random passerby is living a life as vivid and complex as one’s own.

This event has 2 parts for the night— the conversation segment (ticketed) and the shopping segment (free for all!).

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Sonder Stories

Date: 8 December 2018
Time: 6.00PM - 7.30PM
Venue: The Moon, 37 Mosque Street
Ticket: $20 (early bird price**)
(15% of each ticket will go towards Beyond Social Services)

Join us in an evening of story-exchange that reflects, engages, and uplifts! Hear from 4 speakers on their journey blazing the path of do-good, and experience an evening of thoughtful conversations. We're bringing picnics indoors, filled with munchies, coffee, and tea! All that is left is you! 

Here's a little sneak of our speakers for the night:
Speaker #1 - Nurul Jihadah, the ladyboss of The Codette Project, is on a mission to provide minority women with awareness and access to the tech industry to have a sustainable economic impact.

Speaker #2 - Lim Wei Jie, the founder of Foreword Coffee, is a social enterpreneur who uses specialty coffee to empower persons with disabilities and special needs (differently-abled persons) by providing employment and skills training in the F&B industry.

Speaker #3 - Raeesah Khan is an activist started the regional social enterprise, Reyna Movement, that aims to empower marginalized women and children through community engagement and upskilling programs. Her organisation works with marginilzed communities in Singapore and refugees in Malaysia providing them with education and support. 

Speaker #4 - This volunteer has been dedicating their free time to Beyond Social Services, an organisation in Singapore that helps children and youths from less privileged backgrounds break away from the poverty cycle.

Speaker #5 - Nilushika (Nilu) Jayaweeera went against all odds to be the first woman entrepreneur to own and operate a tea business in Sri Lanka, Nilu Tea. After spending 16 years as a domestic helper in Singapore, she returned to her home country to start an e-commerce business selling a curated selection of premium teas.

Follow us on Instagram and Facebook (@sondersocial) for more details on each speaker (:

p.s. Each person will go home with a bag of #SeriouslyConsciousgoodies ;)

** Early bird price ends on 2 Dec 2018.

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#SeriouslyConscious Christmas Fair

Need to get a head start on your Christmas shopping? Why not give forward by purchasing from socially conscious brands? Wrap your present that carry social mission from earth-friendliness; artisanal; fair trade; women empowerment; and more!

Date: 8 December 2018
Time: 5PM - 8PM
Venue: The Moon, 37 Mosque Street, Singapore 059515
Free Entry

p.s. If you're a vendor and you're interested to be part of the Christmas Fair, drop us an email at Jodie@sondersocial.com and let us know how your brand and/or product(s) are perfect for celebrating a #SeriouslyConscious Christmas!

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