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Road show to promote wellness across 18 Indonesian cities

News Desk

The Jakarta Post

Jakarta  /  Mon, July 1, 2019  /  12:06 pm
Road show to promote wellness across 18 Indonesian cities

People take part in the road to alive silent rave party in Central Jakarta on June 26. (The Golden Space Indonesia/File)

A four-month wellness road show is set to be held across 18 Indonesian cities from July 6 to Oct. 26.

Initiated by The Golden Space Indonesia, ALIVE 2019, dubbed as "Indonesia's first and largest positivity and wellness road show", aims to "transform lives" through talks on five issues: abundance wealth, loving relationships, inspiring works, vibrant health and empowering Earth. 

“Our society is facing mental and emotional health issues with increasing pressures and challenges in all areas of life. Disruption, business competition, digital transformation, social media, unpredictable future, demand for instant success directly and indirectly have created anxiety, anger and frustration,” said Robin Muljadi, managing director of The Golden Space Indonesia, in a statement. “Through ALIVE, we intend to bring positivity and wellness back to our daily lives.” 

Established in 2016, holistic health and wellness organization The Golden Space Indonesia runs retreats, workshops and meditation classes. 

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Robin will be among the speakers at the road show, alongside Bagia Saputra (human resources and training director), Stephanie Hermawan (angel impact investor), Helena Abidin (corporate director), Irene Umar (founder of Discovery Nusantara Capital and Loka Padang), Talita Setyadi (founder of BEAU), Talita Heryanto (certified meditation instructor) and Tiko Sukarso (plant-based chef). 

The road show is scheduled to kick start in Bali on July 6 and end its journey in Jakarta on Oct. 26. Among other cities that will be covered are Makassar (July 13), Yogyakarta (July 20), Manado (July 27), Surakarta (Aug. 2), Semarang (Aug. 4), Bandung (Aug. 18), Balikpapan (Sept. 6), Banjarmasin (Sept. 8), Pontianak (Sept. 14), Medan (Sept. 20), Banda Aceh (Sept. 22), Pekanbaru (Sept. 27), Batam (Sept. 29), Lampung (Oct. 11), Palembang (Oct. 13) and Surabaya (Oct. 19). (nic/kes)