The festival, now in its 13th year will:
- Include various tools with the focus of raising awareness of Kundalini Yoga and Sikh Dharma to the wider community
- Be a celebration of the community and being pioneers of a new age
The teachings of Yogi Bhajan are imprinted in our hearts, he wished for us to be free and he taught us methods to liberate our hearts so that we could live from our souls and have a positive effect on the beings that come behind us. Our festival this year will be themed to honour his wishes while connecting us to the elemental forces that make it possible for humankind to exist.
Full details of our 2017 festival and programme to be released soon. Keep an eye on our Facebook news feed.
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.
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.
Aquarian Sadhana or morning group get together normally begins at 5am.
Interested in the Aquarian Sadhana.
The all-camp-meditation will be held every day at 5.30pm. This is an opportunity for the whole camp, including the children, to meditate together. The meditation will be Mul Mantar for 22 minutes.
Children’s Activities will be run by Julianne from star child yoga and Vineet Kaur will be organising fun and colourful activates for the kids (including kids bouncy castle).
There will be delicious vegetarian food available at mealtimes cooked fresh on the day. At breakfast expect fresh fruit and spicy tea.