Richmond Yoga and Vegan Festival 2019-02-03T17:09:24+00:00

Richmond Yoga and Vegan Festival

Note: Online ticket sales have now ended but you can still buy tickets on the door. It’s £5 per class. If you buy any one class, you automatically get free entry to all talks, outdoor classes & activities, movies and stalls. If you don’t wish to buy any indoor class, the entry fee is £5 and includes entry to all talks, outdoor classes & activities, movies and stalls. Free entry for children. Only classes available to buy are in Room A. All classes in Room B and C are fully booked. Classes/activities in all other areas are free for all – no need to book. Thanks

Join Richmond’s biggest summertime Yoga and Vegan Food festival in the beautiful campus of Greycourt School. Participate in all-day Yoga & meditation sessions, enjoy yummy vegan and raw vegan food, shop for vegan products and attend talks on mental health, classes for children, Bollywood dancing, music and dance performances, outdoor activities and much more…


Entry fee starts from only £3(on the door £5). We  have scheduled multiple Yoga/meditation classes in two halls at the festival. Each session will be 45 minutes long. You can book the sessions in advance and pay only for the sessions that you want to do. Please note that there is no charge to enter the stall area or to participate in talks. The £3 ticket gives you access to all stalls, talks and outdoor activities. Free entry to all children!

Please remember to arrive at least 20 minutes prior to the time of your class. The checkin desks will be open all day. For example, if your class is at 2pm, you are welcome to check-in at 10am – we will scan your e-ticket and give a you paper ticket against it. You can then and hangout in the stall area, attend talks, participate in outdoor activities, step out or just chill until your class starts.

Not interested in classes?

If you are not interested in classes and only want to come to enjoy the stalls area, talks and outdoor activities, you can buy a £3 ticket titled ‘Entry to Stalls+Talks+Outdoor 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 80 vegan stalls at the festival 🙂

Other Info

Parking: Please note that it’s not possible to park inside the school. There are plenty of free car-parking spaces available on the street, but request you to use public transport. Please search google maps for the postcode TW10 7HN. Visit to find out nearby parking spaces.

Date: July 22nd, 2018| Sunday
Time: 9:00–18.00
Venue: Grey Court School, TW10 7HN London, United Kingdom

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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 🙂

Watch Video: Kingston Yoga and Vegan Fest

Here’s a short video of the second annual Yoga and Vegan Festival organized in Kingston on March 25th at the iconic Kingston Guildhall.

Yoga and Meditation Sessions

Get ready to treat your mind, body and soul to a variety of Yoga and sessions – from Ashtanga to Vinyasa, and from a fast-paced Yoga Rave to a slow and relaxing YinYoga  – there is something for everyone. All of the classes are tailored for a mixed-ability group. Beginners are welcome! Please do remember to bring your Yoga mats

Yoga and Vegan Festival

Meet Your Yoga Teachers

Yoga and meditation teachers from four countries – India, Brazil, Ireland and Great Britain, . Our teachers are experts in various Yoga styles such as Vinyasa, Hatha, Yoga, Ashtanga etc. While some teachers have decades of experience, some have begun their Yoga journey not long ago . 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 and gluten dishes. Eat the perfect combination of health, spirituality, and taste!

Yoga for Kids

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


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

Stalls at Yoga and Vegan Festival


Shop for vegan and 100% cruelty-free products at Richmond  Yoga and Vegan Festival. Most of our stallholders are ethical small traders – many of the products that you will find at the stalls are hand-made.


Bollywood Dancing

Hop, twist, shake and groove to funky Bollywood music with Radhika Maya.  There will be Bollywood music and a dance teacher who will lead the dancing. All you need to do is follow her moves and dance your heart out. You don’t have to be a dancer to participate in this fun class. You’ll love Bollywood beats!

Charities We Support

Richmond Yoga and Vegan Festival is an ethical event aimed at raising awareness about Yoga, veganism and funds for charities. A part of proceeds shall go to support the work of two charities: Opening Your Heart to Bhutan and another small charity that helps visually challenged girls in India.

Opening Your Heart to Bhutan is a UK-based charity which brings children with special needs joy and the opportunity to build meaningful lives.Through simple, practical acts of compassion, the charity provides access to safe medical care, disability aids and basic amenities in the isolated rural areas of East Bhutan. It believes in education as a means of empowerment and supports the digging of sewage systems, building of hostels and improvement of facilities at Draktsho, a vocational training centre in Tashigang.

The charity is run by Emma Slade, a Buddhist nun who travels regularly to the country to assess needs on-the-ground and supports a network of local people who work with families as they grow. No one is paid to run the charity, and costs are kept to a bare minimum to maximise funds going directly to those most in need.

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