THE Brighton Yoga Festival has expanded for 2016, moving to a bigger venue – Brighton Dome Corn Exchange – as a registered charity.
The free festival – taking place on July 23 – will be packed with a wide range of free yoga and yoga related activities, from classes, talks, workshops and demonstrations to meditation sessions, therapies and nutrition advice.
There will also be a marketplace of stalls and activities such as face painting and a dedicated nutrition area.
Festival founder and chair of trustees Davy Jones said: "The aim of Brighton Yoga Festival is to bring yoga's mental and physical health benefits to everyone, free of charge, and to introduce yoga to people who've maybe never considered it.
"Whatever people's age, level of fitness or experience, and whether they've ever tried yoga before or not, there will be free yoga for everyone. And that includes people who've been practicing yoga for a long time and fancy trying a different discipline or approach.
"The day is absolutely packed with new things to try, discover and explore, in and around yoga, together with stalls, children's activities and good, wholesome food and drink."
Go backPosted on 11th July 2016