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Bournemouth
Yoga and Vegan Festival

Date: 07th July | Sunday
Time: 9:00–18.00
Venue: Talbot Heath School, Rothesay Rd, Talbot Woods, Bournemouth, BH4 9NJ

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Programme: Bournemouth Yoga and Vegan Festival

Join us at Bournemouth’s first-ever Yoga and Vegan festival at the lovely campus of Talbot Heath School. Participate in all-day Yoga & meditation sessions, enjoy yummy vegan and raw vegan food, shop for vegan products and attend talks. Outdoor Yoga and live entertainment too!

Update: Due to good weather, Room C is now moved to an outdoor space. All classes in Room C will now take place outdoors. The outdoor space is a lovely green area inside the venue. It is called boarder’s green. Signs will guide you.

Update:  Our teacher, Anna Amrit Jiwan Kaur, who was scheduled to teach Chakra Meditation at 3pm and Gong Bath+Deep Kundalini Meditation at 6pm in Room A, has met with an accident and can no longer come. Chakra Meditation class (now titled as Yoga and meditation to balance chakras) is being covered by Gemma. Gong Bath+Deep Kundalini Meditation (now titled as Gong Bath + Meditation) is being covered by Lara. Although the teacher has changed, the theme of both classes remains similar to the ones originally scheduled. Please join us in wishing Anna a speedy recovery.

Room A

Class 1 @ 10 am:
Hatha Yoga Flow+ Pranayama 

This Yoga flow class will have a focus on connecting breath with movement to bring harmony to body and mind. Breathe, stretch, relax… Suitable for all- beginners and intermediate.

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Class 2 @ 11 am:
Sivananda Yoga with Rebecca

Sivananda Yoga is form of traditional hatha yoga founded by Swami Vishnudevananda based on the teachings of his guru Swami Sivananda. It is based on the principles of the 4 paths and 5 points of yoga.The 4 paths of yoga consists of Karma Yoga, Bhakti Yoga, Raja Yoga and Jnana Yoga. The 5 points of yoga consists of Proper Exercise, Proper Breathing, Proper Relaxation, Proper Diet and Positive Thinking and Meditation.

This authentic yoga class taught by Rebecca, an experienced Sivananda teacher based in Bournemouth. Suitable for all- beginners and intermediate.

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Class 3 @ 12 am:
Yoga for Healthy Spine: Opening the Back with Izabella (Fully Booked – No Spaces Available)

This class will focus on the anatomy of the spine and safe movement of the vertebral column and help you understand Yogic backbends.

In this session, there will be Yoga postures that illustrate main functions of the spine and how to avoid stress in the vulnerable areas. This will also involve strengthening the core muscles that support the spine in its variable range of movement. The diverse set of postures in the sequence will work on all areas of your back. You’ll learn how to stretch it, strengthen it, relieve lower back pain, and soothe your spine.

This workshop will explore the best way to improve your back bend and explain how and why it works, and why, sometimes, it doesn’t. The workshop also includes pranayama and relaxation. Suitable for all ages and abilities.

The teacher, Izabella, is coming all the way from Coventry to teach at the festival.

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Class 4 @ 1 pm:
Class 4 @ 1pm: Flowing with the breath via vinyasa Yoga with Kasia

An energising, dynamic vinyasa flow yoga class, incorporating breath work for connection with mind, body and soul. This style of yoga is characterized by stringing postures together so that you move from one to another, seamlessly, using breath. In vinyasa yoga, each movement is synchronized to a breath. The breath is given primacy, acting as an anchor as you move from one pose to the next.

The variable nature of Vinyasa Yoga helps to develop a more balanced body as well as prevent repetitive motion injuries that can happen if you are always doing the same thing every day.

This class taught by a lovely Yoga teacher, Kasia, who is coming from London, will leave you buzzing happily throughout the day

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Class 5 @ 2 pm:
Krama Yoga: Postures, Breathing & Meditation with Clizia Dosanjh

Krama means order or method. Vinyasa Krama is an intelligent whole body exercise method that develops flexibility, strength and endurance without undue stress or strain on any one body part.

This will be a well-rounded class that would take a holistic approach to Yoga. Not only will you do yoga postures for your physical body, you will be reaching deeper towards your subtle body as the teacher takes you through breathing and meditation.

The teacher, Clizia, is coming all the way from Coventry to teach at the festival and share her gift of Yoga with you

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Class 6 @ 3 pm:
Yoga and Meditation to Balance Chakras with Gemma

“Chakra” is an ancient Sanskrit word that means vortex or wheel that can be traced back to India. Chakras are the human body’s seven main energy centers with each one corresponding to individual glands that govern our specific body parts plus various areas of the psyche. They are located next to a hormonal gland along the human spinal column.

In this class, the teacher, Gemma, will help you go through a sequence of postures and meditation aimed at removing blockages of all 7 chakras and how to bring them in perfect harmony. The class will be focused on bringing balance, relaxation and well-being to the chakras

Note: This class was earlier titled as Chakra Meditation. Although the title and teacher of this class have changed. The theme remains similar. Originally scheduled teacher(Anna) met with an accident so her class is being covered by another teacher (Gemma).

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Class 7 @ 4 pm:
Yoga Flow for Opening Tight Hips & Hamstrings

This class will focus on opening the lower body and remove tension in hips, hamstrings and inner thighs. The sequence of postures will aim to develop more flexibility in legs. This class is beneficial for everyone and beginners are especially welcomed.

If you are into running, cycling or any other kind of sports, you must attend this class. The class led by Zoe, a lovely Bournemouth-based Yoga teacher, will end with relaxation.

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Class 8 @ 5 pm:
Yin Yoga for Ultimate Relaxation with Claire

Yin Yoga is one of the most relaxing and static style of Yoga that allows you to make a deep connection with your body and release hidden tension. A passive practice, Yin Yoga involves variations of seated and supine poses typically held, accessing deeper layers of fascia.

If you struggle with too many racing thoughts and crave for calm, Yin Yoga is perfect for you. Yin is the stable, unmoving, hidden aspect of things; yang is the changing, moving, revealing aspect. In the body, the relatively stiff connective tissues (tendons, ligaments, fascia) are yin, while the more mobile and pliable muscles and blood are yang. This class taught by a certified Yin Yoga teacher, Claire, will make you feel super relaxed.

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Class 9 @ 6 pm:
Gong Bath & Meditation with Lara

Gong Baths are one of the most soothing, body detoxing holistic rejuvenating vibrational ancient tools. The Gong produces a strong sound wave, almost tangible to the touch, which stimulates the physical body by influencing the surface of the skin and every cell. It feels like a sound massage for the body and mind (great for those of you who like the idea of a massage, but don’t like to be touched).

The gong is a sacred and ancient instrument of healing, rejuvenation and transformation. On a physical level, the gong releases tension and blocks in the body, it stimulates a higher functioning of the glandular and nervous system, it increases prana, our vital life force and improves circulation.

This class will be lead by Lara, an experienced Yoga teacher and Gong practitioner.

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Room C [Now Outdoor Space| Boarder’s Green]

All sessions in Room C are included in your ticket. If you buy any class in Room A, you get ALL classes in Talk Room and Room C as well. Or, if you are not interested in attending any class in Room A, you can buy ticket titled ‘Entry to stalls+talks+sessions in Room C. There is no need to buy any separate ticket or do any kind of booking to attend classes in Room C and Talk Room.

10.40-11.20 Yoga Basics: Easy Yoga Flow for Newbie Yogis Gemma Miller-Cook
11.20-12.10 Isha Yoga Workshop: Postures, Pranayama and Meditation Isha Yoga team
12.20-13.00 Bubble Yoga Lisa
13.10-13.50 Ashtanga-Vinyasa Flow: Having Fun with Arm Balances Emily Huckstep
14.00-14.45 Workshop: How to Develop a Safe Yoga practice to Avoid Injuries Maria
15.00-15.40 Yoga Flow Karley
15.50-16.30 Yoga to Release Tension Daniela Prego
16.45-17.30 Restorative Yoga to Unwind and Rejuvenate Karley

Talk Room

10.50-11.30 Yoga and Mental Health Lisa
11.40-12.10 Simple Meditation Practice for Complete Beginners Diana Briggs
12.20-13.00 Yoga Beyond Mats: Exploring ‘Ahimsa’ in Yoga Philosophy Clizia Dosanjh
13.10-13.50 Eating Vegan: How to Nourish Yourself on a Plant-based Diet Robyn
14.00-14.40 Overcome Anything: A Magician’s Guide to the Illusions of Self-Doubt and Fear Phil Ainsworth
14.50-15.30 Intro to Inner Engineering for Comprehensive Wellbeing Isha Yoga
15.40-16.20 How to be happy and find bliss in everyday life George
16.30-17.10 10 to 0: 10 Steps to Bring You Close to Zerowaste Living Cathy Shaw

Kids Corner

14.20-15.00 Fun Flow: Family Yoga Karen Mallen
15.50-16.30 Fun Flow: Family Yoga Karen Mallen
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