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Join the third edition of Yoga and Vegan festival in Kingston.

Visit Kingston Yoga & Vegan Fest to participate in Yoga sessions, enjoy yummy vegan and raw vegan food, shop for vegan products and attend talks. This festival is a celebration of two things that are changing the world for better – Yoga and Veganism. Kingston is home to many talented Yoga teachers and Yoga schools. Get an opportunity to meet them under one roof.

*Special Focus: Mental Health*

This year’s festival will focus on mental health awareness. Expect a series of talks, workshops, Yoga and meditation sessions aimed at managing mental health and well-being.

Date: January 28th| Saturday
Time: 9.15am-4.30pm
Venue: Hollyfield School, Surbiton Hill Rd, Surbiton KT6 4TU

Entry fee of only £5 entitles you to attend all (20+) Yoga sessions and talks for free. Free entry for children (under 14 years) when accompanied by an adult.

Nearest Car Park: Surbiton Station Car Park, KT6 4RX. Find more car parks using Parkopedia

Watch Video: Kingston Yoga and Vegan Fest, 2017

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

 

 

Supported by Royal Borough of Kingston Council

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We are grateful to the Royal Borough of Kingston Council for their continued support since the inception of the festival.



Yoga and Meditation Sessions

Treat your mind, body and soul to over 40 Yoga and meditation sessions conducted by 26 very talented Yoga teachers based in Kingston. The entry ticket entitles you to attend any and all Yoga and meditaion sessions.However, you are requested to leave the room after one session and join the queue again to attend next one.
*Please bring your Yoga mat*

Meet Your Yoga Teachers

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Meet many brilliant Yoga and meditation teachers from Kingston 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.

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, Chinese, Mexican, Indian, Italian and Mediterranean. Lots of options for those looking for gluten-free, nut-free and Jain Satvik food (no onion, no garlic). Eat the perfect combination of health, spirituality, and taste!



Talks

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

Stalls

Shop for vegan and 100% cruelty-free products at over 60 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

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Our Partner Charity

Kingston Yoga and Vegan Festival is a non-profit 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: Love Kingston and another small charity that helps visually challenged girls in India

Love Kingston

Love Kingston is a fund of the London Community Foundation, working in partnership with Kingston Voluntary Action. Love Kingston was launched on 4 October 2012, initially funded by the Office for Civil Society. Their team says, “Our vision is of a strong and generous community – where residents, businesses, community groups and government act collectively to create a fair and good society for all who live or work in the borough.”