GB Kundalini Yoga Festival 2019

Celebrating 50 years of Healthy, Happy, Holy Yogis – 50 Years since Yogi Bhajan set up 3HO.

Bringing the golden light of the Kundalini Yoga practice into a beautiful FIVE DAY retreat with yoga workshops, sound baths, kirtans, evening gatherings, sacred dancing, storytelling, 50-year legacy space, children’s camp, yogic bazaar, healthy food, healing area, camp meditations, Aquarian Sadhana and much more…

💛 We invite YOU to come and be together in the company of the sangat to smile and share in togetherness.

🏆 EARLY BIRD tickets are available now
Full Retreat – 5 days and 5 nights including all workshops, food and accommodation ♥

Get your ticket here.

(Super Early Bird Tickets – SOLD OUT)
Early bird tickets £325
Full Price £375
Day Ticket all inc. £50
Overnight in a shared room (families together) £75
Children 5-16 years 50% discount
Children 4 years and under FREE

SEVA. . . We have some seva exchange positions

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The main goal of the great British Kundalini Yoga Festival is to provide an environment where people can come together to experience and enjoy positive, healthy and supportive group energy through yogic practice and wisdom based on the teachings of Yogi Bhajan.

This year our festival truly builds upon the energy of what has been before. Our years together have provided us with a solid foundation and as the GB Kundalini Yoga Festival enter our 15th year and the international sangat honour the 50th anniversary celebrating the power and teachings of Kundalini yoga.

Our intention for this festival is to provide a safe place for our community of individuals, friends and family, to be together and share the teachings of Yogi Bhajan and Kundalini yoga.

* Each day typically begins at 5am, where we get together for a spiritual practice called sadhana that includes: a sacred prayer (Japji Sahib), yoga, chanting and song. The practice is offered within this special ambrosial time (Amrit vela) to salute the dawn of each day and align our energies to a spiritual vibration. Afterwards, we share a healthy plant-based breakfast together in the food hall.
* Our morning program is offered with a choice of workshops that are themed specifically to the energy of the day.
* We come together for lunch in the food hall.
* The afternoon program will offer slightly longer workshops.
* At 6pm we meet for the all-camp meditation that will honour the theme of the golden chain and gives us a chance to come together as a community
* Dinner is served from 6.30-7.00 pm.
* The evening program runs until just before lights up at 10.00pm

💛HEALING AREA: If you have a healing modality you would like to offer at the festival email us

💛BAZZAR: If you have goods, products or something yummy to sell and would like to reserve a table for the festival bazaar please contact us

We have some incredible teachers gracing us this year. Keep checking the page for updates. We will announce the line up in full in April.

This year we invite you to experience a nurturing space at the GBKYF inside the Heart Space Children’s Camp, where children and parent/carers can simply be themselves.
0-4 years to be cared for by parent/carer within the children’s camp
5-12 years can be left in children’s camp with a range of exciting indoor and outdoor activities organised by Rachel Leigh-Janney and a team of sevadars
13-17 years to group up for teen camp with Hari Karam Singh.

Programme includes daily indoor and outdoor activities, sports and games, music, drama and many more.

The festival is committed to sharing this experience with respect for all living beings including other people and their belongings, animals and plants on the festival site. In order that we all keep safe please note that fires including tea lights and incense are strictly forbidden. Please do not bring drugs, alcohol, cigarettes or pets to the festival.

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