Stop! And book your tickets for Oxford Yoga and Vegan Festival which is happening this Suday, March 4th at St Gregory School, OX43DR. We can guarantee you that it will be a great family day out. Why?
Why You Must Attend Oxford Yoga and Vegan Food Festival This Weekend
#Reason 1: 40 Yoga and Meditation Sessions – All Day Long!
Yes, there are over 40 assorted Yoga and meditation sessions on offer. Over 30 teachers (And speakers) are going to run the sessions. Whether you are a beginner or a seasoned Yogi, you will surely find something that you like. You can see the entire timetable here
#Reason 2: Lots of Yummy Fresh Vegan Food (Gluten-free Options)
The festival boasts of various vegan food stalls selling everything from cupcakes to falafel wraps, from burgers to thai, and from Indian to Sri Lankan food. If you don’t like gluten, you will be happy to know that there will be many gluten-free options.
#Reason 3: Free Classes for Children
You can bring your kids along and let them discover the benefits of Yoga and meditation. There are special sessions for children in the ‘Lil Yogi Room’. Remember, there is no entry fee for children.
#Reason 4: Vegan Shopping from 50 Stalls
You can shop for beautiful handmade and unique vegan products such as skincare, beauty, household products, accessories, jewellery, vegan mylks and butters, vegan t-shirts, crystals and lots more from over 50 stalls. Most of the stallholders are independent traders and startups. Isn’t it fab to support small businesses! You can see the list of all stalls here
#Reason 5: Talks on Mental Health
With 1 in 4 people in the UK suffering from a mental health condition, the time has come to address mental health openly. You can attend multiple talks on mental health in the ‘Talk Room’ at the festival. The speakers are going to discuss depression, anxiety and other mental health issues.
#Reason 6: Holi Themed Bollywood Dancing
The festival will end with a splash of color and dance. You can dance your hearts out on some amazing Bollywood tunes led by a dance teacher. As the festival falls on the Holi (a popular Indian festival of colours) weekend, there will be organic/natural colors available – feel free to put it on your friend and play Holi
#Reason 7: All of this costs only £5
Yes, you read that correctly. There is no so much on offer at the festival but the entry is super cheap: £5 (online) and £8 (on-the-door). A single Yoga class usually costs £10 but here you get 40 for a fiver! Isn’t that a great bargain?
So, don’t wait and book your tickets now!