Oxford Yoga and Vegan Festival
Join the second edition of Yoga and Vegan festival in Oxford at the lovely campus of The Oxford Academy. Participate in all-day Yoga & meditation sessions, enjoy yummy vegan and raw vegan food, shop for vegan products and attend talks.
Date: Saturday, 16 February 2019
Venue: The Oxford Academy, OX4 6JZ
Fee: From £3 (online); £5 (on-the-door); free entry for children (under 14 years)
******Please bring your own Yoga mats*****
Entry fee Explained
Entry fee starts from only £4 (plus booking fee). We will schedule Yoga/meditation classes in three halls at the festival. Each session will be 45 minutes long and will cost £4 . You can book the sessions in advance and pay only for the sessions that you want to do.
The £4 (per session) ticket also gives you access to our stall, talks, and free indoor sessions in Room C as well. You can stay for as long or as little as you like. If you want to attend more than one sessions, you are welcome to do that – you just need to buy more tickets as every session has a ticket of its own. Everything can be booked online and you will be guaranteed a space in the class of your choice.
Not interested in classes?
If you are not interested in Yoga classes and only want to come to enjoy the stalls area, talks and indoor sessions in Room C, you can buy a £3 ticket titled ‘Entry to Stalls+Talks+Activities’. So, there is something for everyone at our festival. You don’t have to be a Yogi or vegan to have fun at the festival. We are planning to have 50 vegan stalls at the festival 🙂
Please note that there are very few parking spaces inside the school. There are car-parking spaces available on the street, but we request you to use public transport. Please search google maps for the postcode OX4 6JZ
Bring Your Own
Please help us reduce waste at this festival by bringing your own box/plate/cutlery/cups. All of our food/drink stalls will offer a discount if you bring your own. All of our stalls will only use eco-friendly cutlery but it still creates waste.
We hope that you’ll support this initiative to minimise waste.
Thanks in advance 🙂