Bristol Yoga and Vegan Festival 2019-09-07T06:03:52+00:00

Bristol Yoga and Vegan festival

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Join Yogific’s first Yoga and Vegan festival in Bristol. Participate in Yoga sessions, enjoy yummy vegan and raw vegan food, shop for vegan products and attend talks on mental health, classes for children, live music and lots more!

Date: September 7th| Saturday
Time: 10 am – 7 pm
Venue: Fairfiled High School, Allfoxton Rd, Bristol BS7 9NL, UK

Tickets: 
All-inclusive Day Pass:
£5 (before July 28th)
£6 (July 28th – Aug 31st)
£8 (Sept 1st-6th)
£10 (On the day ie Sept 7th)
Always free for children (below 14 years)
Free entry to stalls

Please note that the day pass entitles you to attend ALL classes, workshops, talks and activities. Entry to classes is on a first-come basis so you may have to queue at busy times, but it will be worth the wait. We request you to kindly vacate the room after attending the class and join the queue should you wish to attend consecutive classes. We have created different rooms in the venue for running all-day-long Yoga/meditation sessions, talks on mental health, and sessions for children. There are also stalls areas where you can find vegan beauty products, accessories, bags, shoes and lots of yummy vegan food with gluten-free options. There is something for everyone at this lovely festival so bring your family and friends along.

Please Bring Your Own Yoga Mats

Parking: There is no parking inside the school but some parking spaces nearby. We recommend using public transport or cycle. Lots of cycle parking inside the school. Check www.parkopedia.com to find nearest parking spots.

Help Make The Festival Eco-Friendly

Bring your own cutlery

Bring your own cutlery

Bike to festival

Cycle to the festival

Use public transport

Use public transport

Yogific Yoga and Vegan Fest

Yoga and Meditation Sessions

Treat your mind, body and soul to multiple Yoga and meditation sessions conducted by many talented Yoga teachers based in and around Bristol. The entry ticket entitles you to attend any and all Yoga and meditation sessions. Most of the sessions are suitable for complete beginners.

*Please bring your Yoga mat*

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Yoga and Vegan Festival

Meet Your Yoga Teachers

Meet many brilliant Yoga and meditation teachers from Bristol and surrounding areas. Our teachers are experts in various Yoga styles such as Vinyasa, Hatha, Yoga, Ashtanga, Kundalini and Vinyasa. While some teachers have decades of experience, some have begun their Yoga journey. All teachers are unique in their own way. They are looking forward to sharing the gift of Yoga with you.

Meet The Teachers

Vegan Food

Eat yummy vegan and raw vegan food prepared by our lovely food stallholders who will serve vegan dishes from different cuisine such as Sri Lankan, Greek, Indian, and Italian . Lots of options for those looking for gluten-free and nut-free food. Eat the perfect combination of health, spirituality, and taste!

Yoga for Kids

Please bring your children along: There will be a ‘Lil Yogi Room’ with yoga classes for children. Remember that there is free entry for children at all of our festivals.

Talks

Attend a series o talks presented by eminent speakers on the subject of Yoga, meditation, mental health and veganism.

Stalls at Yoga and Vegan Festival

Stalls

Shop for vegan and 100% cruelty-free products at over 50 colourful stalls. Our stallholders are ethical small traders – many of the products that you will find at the stalls are hand-made. You can expect to buy anything and everything – from vegan beauty products to Yoga clothing, and from vegan sauces to essential oils. #ShopTillYouDrop

Stalls

Show Some ♥ to Our Supporters

Partner Charities:

Bristol Yoga and Vegan Festival is a not-for-profit event aimed at raising awareness about Yoga and veganism. We are supporting the following two charitable causes:
1) Viva: Vegan animal rights charity
2) Nethraheen Vinayak Sansthan: A small charity that supports underprivileged bling girls in India.
3) Getting Beth Better: Helping Beth with her treatment for Lyme disease

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