REVIEW | Brighton Yoga Festival


A little girl and her mum walked past the entrance to Brighton Yoga Festival this afternoon as I was leaving.
“We can get sweeties in there mummy””No darling,” the mum said, “It’s all healthy in there…”

She wasn’t wrong. 
I left the festival energised, relaxed and full of vitality and health, ready to take on the world. Luckily, I only had to meet my husband (still love saying that) for a lovely sunny lunch in town so no one else had to put up with my dreamy, zenned-out state. 
I have a feeling I wouldn’t have been the only one floating around Brighton today after a whole day of free classes and workshops put on by the city’s finest yogis. 
Currently in its second year and held at St Georges Church in Kemptown, the festival offered massages and other treatments, delicious vegetarian and vegan food, lines of stalls advertising art, crafts and the cream of Brighton’s yoga crop, and a host of indoor and outdoor classes of just about every type of yoga you could ever imagine. 
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