Venue: The Gaia Foundation
Friday 20 September: 5pm – 8pm
Saturday 21 & Sunday 22 September: 11am – 8pm
In collaboration with The Bubble Festival
3 days of full immersion into nature, sustainability, music, workshops, health, holistic and let’s not forget fun!
For the 5th Edition of the Eco Market we will return to our favourite place; The Gaia Foundation, a beautiful spot amongst the comfort and cool shade of trees and plants.
The Eco Market will feature over 40 stalls with Eco-friendly products. Enjoy strolling amongst the stalls and learn something new about these innovative items! Pick something delicious and healthy to eat and drink from the many different vendors and food trucks specializing in home-made delicacies.
On Sunday, from 11am to 1pm entrance to the Eco Market is FREE.
Check out the following workshops taking place this month. Click on the image for more info and booking form.
In a world with a fast growing economy, ever-diminishing resources, overly populated cities, and sky rocketing prices, a sharing economy seems like the way to go. Divided into ﬁve main sectors – transportation, finance, consumer goods, property, personal and professional services, share economies are popping up everywhere you look. But what does this mean for Malta? Are we ready to think about changing routines? Are we ready to impact positively our lives and others? Let’s talk about what is possible and what is not. Find practical examples and SHARE your ideas and thoughts.
➡ by Nicoletta Moss – Project Manager Future Mobility Solutions, Debono Group
➡ Sunday 22nd September at 12.45hrs
Learn some basic yoga philosophy that will help you understand the true potential of bringing yoga and meditation into your daily life. We will discuss the mechanics of stress, the physiological process that happens in the body and how we can use certain techniques to mitigate the effects of stress. If you are interested in meditation, or have just started to practice this workshop will really help you make your daily practice easier and more powerful.
➡ by Yasmin De Giorgio, Sanya
➡ Saturday 21st September at 11am.
Starting and growing a business is no easy feat…adding into that a desire to have a positive impact and use sustainable products only makes it more challenging. In this workshop I will share some tips and tricks that I’ve learnt from 7 years of running different businesses in the health and wellness space that have all been founded on principles of sustainability and having a positive impact on society. You will learn how to harmonious financial success with your mission, tips and tricks on how to engage and empower your audience and some practices you can implement to keep yourself in an inspired and motivated headspace.
➡ by Yasmin De Giorgio, Sanya
➡ Sunday 22nd September at 11am
Yoga by Yanica
Give yourselves time ⏰ to quiet your mind and free your bodies. The session will be held under the instruction of Namaste Yoga Malta, guided by a certified yoga instructor (200HR YTTC) studying under Vijay in Dharamshala, India. Please bring your own mat and be there 10 minutes before.
Saturday 21st and Sunday 22nd September; 4pm-5pm
Meditation by Kenneth
Connect with your higher self!
Experience a unique meditation technique of breathing and stillness and learn how to silence your thoughts and focus on your Higher Self. This deeper meditation allows you to travel to an inner journey and re-awaken your relationship with your most authentic self.
Saturday 21st and Sunday 22nd September; 5pm-6pm
A dedicated kids area with a series of activities and entertainment throughout the entire weekend, with eco-crafts, kids yoga, book reading sessions, arts, play area, healthy snacks for kids, and a fantastic bubble show!
Eco Crafts for all ages – Saturday & Sunday from 11am to 3pm
Go HERE of the Kids Area at The Bubble Event to see the rest of the activities
The Gaia Foundation is located a few minutes walk away from the 2 most popular beaches in Malta: Golden Bay and Riviera. It is an NGO that manages protected sites and promotes a holistic lifestyle. It hosts several trees and shrubs which are indigenous and endemic to the Maltese Islands and offers breath-taking views of the coastline.
From Valletta to Ghajn Tuffieha you can take bus number 44 and the journey should take around 1 hour.