Our pick of 5 Hong Kong sporting events to play or watch!


1. Quidditch Training and Try-out

Date: Feb 23 (Sat)

Time: 6.00pm-7.30pm

Venue: Hammer Hill Road Sports Ground

Admission: FREE


Can you bludgeon opponents with more brutality than Lord Voldemort? 


Do you have the moves to make Harry Potter look like a third-rate Seeker?  


Then you'll be pleased to know that Quidditch training is now available for you Hong Kong-based muggles, thanks to the guys at HKU Quidditch​ and HK Quidditch​ (equipment provided)! 


(Disclaimer: Brooms are only capable of limited, leg-propelled flight...)


2. Stretch and Tone with Dee Oh 

Date: Feb 23 (Sat)

Time: 5.00pm-6.00pm  

Venue: Hong Kong Park Sports Centre 

Admission: $230 (register HERE


Stretch & Tone combines movements in yoga, pilates and abs strengthening with funky music, to give you a fun body workout that improves your flexibility, core strength and posture, improving your fitness level while reducing muscle and joint pains.


If you're in the midst of rehabilitation from injuries, this is perfectly-suited for you! 

Please wear a light and stretchable outfit for the class, towel, water, light sport shoes or barefoot if you prefer. There is a water fountain, changing rooms and showers provided.


3. Chair Yoga Workshop with Jane Pau

Date: Feb 23 (Sat) 

Time: 10.00am-4.00pm  

Venue: Pure Yoga World Trade Centre

Admission: $938 (purchase HERE)


This weekend, Pure Yoga is giving you the opportunity to experience yoga with chairs.


The use of chairs in yoga was developed as a tool to deepen and improve yoga asana practice and has gained much popularity in recent years due.


If you are a yoga fanatic, the incorporation of chairs will certainly add flavour to your daily mat yoga routine.


4. Forest Bathing Experience

Date: Feb 24 (Sun)

Time: 2.00pm-5.30pm

Venue: Tai Tam Country Park

Admission: $280 (register HERE)


Looking to experience the greener-side of Hong Kong? 


Well, Kembali is offering a guided experiential walk along a pristine river that will help foster a conscious relationship with nature itself.


The walk will be completed with a tea ceremony where you’ll have the chance to taste wild foraged tea leaves from the forest around you.


5. Joint Dynamics Movement in the Park 

Date: Feb 23 (Sat)  

Time: 4.00pm onwards 

Venue: Tamar Park 

Admission: $200 (FREE for kids under 15 accompanied by adult) 


Joint Dynamics' Outdoor Movement classes encourage you to get to know your own body by exploring as many different possibilities as you can.


This includes - irregular and complex movements, exploration of joint ranges, moving on the ground and in space, interaction and play- a great full body workout to give your weekend a boost!