From August 7 to 14, Salt Spring Coffee is teaming up with Here There to bring Vancouverites Island Time, a week-long pop-up experience with a Truly West Coast flavour. Between now and then, we’re chatting up a few of the fine folks you’ll be seeing there to find out what “island time” means to them.
Meet Anita Cheung, owner of Social Yoga
Social Yoga hosts small-class yoga experiences in cool places to help you connect with yourself and others. Snap up a spot in one of two special Island Time classes from 6:30am to 8:00am on Tuesday, August 9 and Thursday, August 11.
Q. What can people expect from you at the Island Time pop-up?
Social Yoga will be bringing the morning magic to Island Time. Wake up to a deliciously smooth flow yoga class and an equally deliciously smooth coffee and breakfast to follow. Guests are encouraged to stay a while and chat (work can wait).
Q. Why did you want to be part of this event?
We love supporting local when we can and Salt Spring Coffee is right up our alley. We’re also big fans of living the slow life and embracing our roots in the PNW so the concept of an Island Time pop-up store was particularly intriguing.
Q. What does “island time” mean to you?
Island Time is an opportunity to slow your pace to a more comfortable level and enjoy, like actually enjoy, the moment. Whether it’s sipping coffee in a cabin or throwing back a beer in a kayak, we’re big fans of taking things slow.
Win a free float at our Island Time pop-up by telling us what you like to do with your Salt Spring Coffee Cold Brew and sharing it on Instagram with the hashtag #SSCislandtime.