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Movement morning + Brunch

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About the event

It's back!!

This June we're teaming up again with our lovely friends at SharedSpace to bring you a fun morning of fitness and food! We will start with a 60 minute outdoor movement class, including stretches and simple parkour movements, and end with a delicious spread of healthy goodies, provided by chef Catherine of Püra Vïda Hong Kong and Chef Mia Tizzy Shots.

This event is suitable for ladies and gents of all ages and fitness levels. Please make sure to wear shoes you can run and jump in, and a towel for afterwards!

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Clare and Aaron SharedSpace

For our special collaboration with BiteUnite, we will be a teaching a 60 minute movement class. We will be stretching and squatting our way into this lovely Sunday morning, featuring simple Parkour movements (think: precision jumps) since this time we are taking it to the streets! All levels and ages are welcome. Bring shoes you can jump and run in, no yoga mats needed but bring a towel so you can wipe off and enjoy BiteUnite’s yummy bites after!

We can’t wait to see you all at BiteUnite!
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C+A”

About Clare and Aaron:
Clare Lim and Aaron Martin run SharedSpace, a movement studio and community in Causeway Bay, a mere 10 minute walk away from BiteUnite. Clare’s background is in Dance and Yoga, and Aaron’s roots are in Parkour and Acrobatics. Their co-teaching style is fun, accessible, and always slightly unpredictable as they continually explore new ways to do things.

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Reviews

Bonnie Bergmann

We did this class on our first day in Hong Kong and we immediately felt welcomed to the city by the friendly staff and the warm atmosphere of the class. We thoroughly enjoyed the market tour element. We got to learn about some of the history of the area and saw exactly what fresh ingredients we were going to be cooking with and where to buy them again! The class itself was easy to follow and would be fine for people of all ages and skill level. I personally was extremely impressed with the business model of Bite Unite and would LOVE to see them open up more locations in the future (esp in Japan!!) <3. Overall it was one of our best experiences in Hong Kong. Highly recommended!

Federico Galimberti

Bite Unite event on 10/7 was a superb event as it was well structured around 4 main pillars: (1) its diverse panel of speakers bringing a rich experience, (2) a sufficiently informal context allowing people to open up to questions and comments, (3) a live kitchen with food to taste, (4) a skillful moderator with support from owner of venue. Definitely a worthwhile evening!!

Mario Nigrinis

Great event, lots of fun and good vibes. The panel was interesting. Thumps up to Marco's pizza

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Sarah Yu

Firstly, the requirement that each participant needs to sign up for an account before registering for an event is ludicrous. I am from out of town and would likely not go to another BiteUnite event in the near future. I am happy to pay, even ore-order a ticket, but asking me to sign up and/or use an API to sign in adds a layer of unnecessary complexity to the process that is a huge turn-off. What's wrong with paypal? Or walk-in guests? If I were not joining the event in order to support a close friend, I would never have followed through. Then, as I had registered, paid, etc., I expected to be let into the venue at the time listed on the event listing, and have someone take my name at the door. Neither of these things happened. I waited outside in the rain for about a half hour. It was 3:30 (1.5 hours after the start time) before I was able to tick my name off a list. Admittedly, the event improved as it went on (as did the weather), but I fail to understand how a venue that supposedly hosts events all the times could be so unprofessional about the way it conducts itself. I enjoyed myself at the event because I was among friends and interesting people. The coffee that came with my ticket was also excellent. The venue (and its management) needs work.

Catey B

The event was really a fantastic time - enjoyed meeting new folks and hanging out with folks I've met at other refugee community events in the past. I wish drinks could have also been free for refugees and asylum seekers attending! Or perhaps next time everyone pays for drinks. Thanks again!

Anne Damrell

What a special community event! It felt like whole neighbourhood came out to support local artists. We will definitely go again.

Vincent Vaucelle

Nice atmosphere... very European casual.

Pierre Seon

Friendly, good food nice music and great photos!

Talitha Patrick

It was a great event. Worthy cause!

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Patta Arkaresvimun

Love the food and wine !

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