23-24 march 2019
8am – 9pm
plaza cristo rey, poblacion, makati city, philippines
(SEE MAP BELOW)
Thich Nhat Hanh
100% vegan food and eco-friendly products.
Yoga, Qigong, movement, dance, music, meditation.
Zero-waste, no plastic, sustainable.
Vegan • Earth-friendly Products • Yoga • music • zero-waste • meditation • movement • Workshops • classes & More!
Thich Nhat Hanh
We’ve only just vegan.
100% vegan food & products festival.
Yogi Fair Invites you to nourish your body, mind, heart and being.
Yogi Fair is a two-day gathering of mindful folks to celebrate the Yoga lifestyle – one that promotes polishing one’s mindset,
We’re inviting everyone to gather with us for a weekend to share vegan recipes, products, and stories, that have fostered a mindful lifestyle.
It is our hope to promote advocacies on animal rights, zero waste, and raise awareness on the climate crisis through sustainable living.
The best way to take care of the future is to take care of the present moment.
Thich Nhat Hanh
Poblacion is the old downtown area of Makati and the second most important commercial center behind the Makati Central Business District. It is the city’s center of government, culture, history and entertainment and one of the major business districts in Metro Manila.
Today, what was once known solely for its red-light district, Poblacion is becoming home and hub to many artists, entrepreneurs
a space for music meditation, journaling, reading and soulversations.
nourish your heart and being.
At Yogi Fair, expect to nourish your kitchen pantry and your spiritual pantry. This fair uniquely offers a sacred space, a corner for mindful crafting, reading, soulversations, movement and flow, and music meditation.
yoga, qigong, meditation, movement, music, and more!
nourish your body and mind.
New at this? Try out our free yoga classes for all ages and levels. This is a good opportunity to tame your curiosity and learn more about the benefits of Yoga and other movement classes. Our teachers will be more than happy to help you with your journey.
Without a sense of caring, there can be no sense of community.
Anthony J. D’Angelo
I am a merchant and I would like to sell 100% vegan food and products. We are closing application on March 20, 2019 at 12 noon.
I am a yoga teacher, a facilitator, a storyteller. I would like to share my skills or my story.
I represent a group and we would like to support raising awareness on animal rights, climate change, and zero-waste management.
I want to volunteer and raise awareness
About The Founder
Born and raised in the Philippines, she grew up and studied in a Hindu Ashram at the early age of 10 and lived there for 8 years. She was born a vegetarian and have been inspiring many of her friends and strangers to switch to healthier choices by example.
Nityalila is an active member of the organization Dakila – Philippine Collective for Modern Heroism, a group of artists, musicians, and individuals who use art and music to communicate issues on human rights and human dignity. She is an artist advocate for Climate Revolution – a campaign on climate justice and sustainable living. In continuing her commitment for climate justice, she has gone on epic walks from Manila to Tacloban (2014) and from Rome to Paris (2015). Nityalila’s lifestyle is a testament to her advocacy.
Nityalila is currently based in San Diego, California and has been traveling around the world while creating music and art, exploring mindful and spiritual sanctuaries, and collaborating with groups and individuals promoting sustainable living.
“It was a weekend we looked forward to because we just wanted to hang out with each other and with likeminded people while eating good vegetarian and vegan food.”
– Joyce Makitalo, Devaki Titcomb, Maya
Pioneers of Yogi Fair
In June 2013, Nityalila met up with her childhood friends Joyce, Devaki, Maya, and sister, Lalita to have some girl time over tea and coffee at a local coffee shop in Makati. After hours of catching up, laughing, and sharing crazy stories with each other, they wanted to commit to seeing each other on a regular basis. Nityalila opened the idea of organizing a small event where they could all come together while eating good healthy food. Two months later, Yogi Fair was born.
Maya, owner of My Little Art Place in San Juan, became the home of Yogi Fair. It hosted a series of vegan, vegetarian, and arts and crafts fairs twice a month for one full year.