Zespri, the world's largest marketer of kiwi fruit, is drumming up a week of feel-good vibes and firsts through an event series dubbed 'Zespri Golden Mornings'. Taking place from 8 to 12 June around Singapore's Central Business District, you can expect to find fitness activities with a twist to free you from your mundane morning routines.

The week kicks off on 8 June with a SunGold kiwi-themed spinning class by CruCycle. If you've never tried indoor cycling, now's a good time to do so. It's a good form of high-intensity interval training and Zespri puts its own spin on this exercise by introducing a Kiwi mascot to lead the class. Expect a few good laughs as you power your way through the session. 

Come hump day, yoga fans can rejoice by making salutations to the sun on the rooftop of One Fullerton. The hour-long yoga class from 7 to 8am will be led by celebrated LA based fitness instructor Chelsey Korus (pictured above). Famed for her lessons on the popular yoga website YogaGlo, Chelsey will be teaching an energising Vinyasa 'power flow' class which pays special attention to getting your alignment right. To add an invigorating and uplifting twist to the morning, fellow yogi and DJ Amanda Ling (aka Doopz) will spin a live ambient set as you work through your poses. With only 60 places available, we'll recommend booking in for your mat as soon as possible.

Saving the best for last, Zespri Golden Mornings culminates on 12 June with Southeast Asia's first ever pre-work A.M party hosted by Morning Gloryville, the good folk who kick-started the trend of morning dance parties in the UK. Party game-changers and instigators of the 'conscious clubbing' movement, the Zespri x Morning Gloryville party will make sure you dance your way into the day by starting things on a high. The alcohol-free event takes place at Kyo from 6.30am to 9.30am. Instead of booze, you will be fuelled by good vibes, free-form dancing, and a healthy breakfast spread.

All events listed are open to the public but you'll want to reserve your spot here as limited spaces are available