Kingston Yoga & Vegan Festival (4th Edition)


Online ticket sales will be closed in advance but you can buy tickets on the door for £5 per class - kindly pay in cash. There is free entry for children

Join the 4th edition of Yoga and Vegan festival in Kingston Upon Thames at the lovely campus of Southborough High school in Surbiton. All classes and talks will take place indoors. Participate in all-day Yoga & meditation sessions, enjoy yummy vegan and raw vegan food, shop for vegan products and attend talks.

Help us make this a #zerowaste festival by bring your own cutlery. All food stalls will give discounts to those who bring their own. 

  •                ******Please bring your own Yoga mats*****

 Entry fee starts from only £4 (plus booking fee). We will schedule  Yoga/meditation classes in two halls at the festival. Each session will be 45 minutes long and will cost £4 . You can book the sessions in advance and pay only for the sessions that you want to do. Free entry for children 

The £4 (per session) ticket also gives you access to our stalls, talks, free indoor sessions as well. You can stay for as long or as little as you like. If you want to attend more than one sessions, you are welcome to do that – you just need to buy more tickets as every session has a ticket of its own. Everything can be booked online and you will be guaranteed a space in the class of your choice. 

Rent a Yoga Mat

Yogific has teamed up with the lovely team of Chakra Project to offer you the possibility of renting the mat for use at the festival. You can book a mat to rent for only £5 from our ticket page. Collect the mat from Chakra Project's stall for a fully refundable cash deposit of £10. Return the mat and get the deposit back. Please note that there is a limited number of Yoga mats that can be rented, so book soon to avoid disappointment. For all queries related to this, contact Chakra Project on 

Not interested in classes?

If you are not interested in Yoga classes and only want to come to enjoy the stalls area, talks and free sessions, you can buy a  £3 ticket titled 'Entry to Stalls+Talks+Free Sessions'. 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 50 vegan stalls at the festival :) 

Yoga for Kids

All children below the age of 14 years will get free entry to the festival. There will be some sessions exclusively for children. Children can also attend the normal Yoga classes with adults. We request you to not leave your children unattended at any time.We encourage you to bring your children along. There will be some Yoga classes exclusively for them and they can also join you for adults classes. Some adults meditation classes may not be suitable for children. 

The  £3 Ticket

You can now buy tickets titled 'Entry to Stalls+Talks+Free Sessions. It costs only  £3 and you get the following:

  • Access to the Stall Area
  • Access to all talks
  • Access to all free sessions (Yoga, meditation, tai chi, qi gong, workshops etc)

Timetable of Talks and Free Sessions will be released soon. 

Booking Individual Yoga Classes

You can now pick and mix the classes that you want to attend at the festival. You will get a guaranteed place in the class that you book. 

Room A; Class 1 @ 10am: Power-Vinyasa Yoga + Relaxing Meditation For The Perfect Mind-Body Workout with Olivia 

Power Vinyasa Yoga is a powerful, energetic form of yoga where students fluidly move from one pose to the next while connecting their breathing to their movements. It incorporates strength, flexibility, balance, cardio and physical and mental stamina in one session.

The class will end with a relaxing meditation which will make you feel at peace both physically and mentally. 

Taught by the experienced Yoga teacher,Olivia, this class promises to be the perfect total mind-body workout that you need.

Room A; Class 2 @ 11am: Flowing with the Breath via Vinyasa Yoga with Cheryl

An energising, dynamic vinyasa flow yoga class, incorporating breath work for connection with mind, body and soul. This style of yoga is characterized by stringing postures together so that you move from one to another, seamlessly, using breath. In vinyasa yoga, each movement is synchronized to a breath. The breath is given primacy, acting as an anchor as you move from one pose to the next.

The variable nature of Vinyasa Yoga helps to develop a more balanced body as well as prevent repetitive motion injuries that can happen if you are always doing the same thing every day.

This class taught by a lovely Yoga teacher, Cheryl, will leave you buzzing happily throughout the day

Room A; Class 3 @ 12pm: Pranayama(Breating), Nidra (Sleep) and Dhyana (Meditation)

Prana means life force/vital or breath sustaining the body; Ayama translates as “to extend or draw out.” Together two mean breath extension or control. The aim of Pranayama is expand the vital force that makes us alive. It is the

Daily stress, tensions and physical habits can create physical and energetic obstacles in our bodies. Without even noticing it our breathing can become gradually more shallow or stilted, we develop unconscious breathing patterns restricting the flow of breath and prana.

In this class, you will learn the traditional 1000-years-old breathing techniques. You will be working on letting the life energy flow through the body. Breathing will be followed by Yoga Nidra (Yogic Sleep) and deep meditation. This class is suitable for beginners as the experienced Yoga teacher, Asha, will take all the precautions for your safety.

Room A; Class 4 @ 1pm: Movement Psychotherapy Yoga Flow

This unique class will combine the principles of Movement Psychotherapy with the traditional Yoga poses. Movement Psychotherapy  uses the body, movement and dance as a way of expressing oneself and findings ways of exploring and addressing psychological problems or difficulties. 

You will be flowing from one posture to the other and using breath, yoga posture and embodiment to explore the journey of inner connectivity and self discovery. This class is excellent for increasing the overall physical and mental mobility, flexibility and gaining strength.

The class will be taught by a brilliant Yoga teacher, Delice, who is also a trainee Movement Psychotherapist

Room A; Class 5 @ 2pm: Yoga  for Opening and Strengthening the Back (Energising Heart-Opening Flow)

Taught by one of Kingtson most renowned experienced Yoga teacher, Asha, this class will focus on Yoga postures that help open and strengthen the back muscles. Back bending postures encourage a sense of openness. They gently open out the chest, abdomen, pelvic region and the whole front of the body. They are also strengthening and energising as they release tension and blocked energy. This workshop will explore the best way to improve your back bend and explain how and why it works, and why, sometimes, it doesn’t. The workshop also includes pranayama, and deep guided relaxation.

Room A; Class 6 @ 3pm: Kundalini Yoga and Gong Bath with Victoria

Kundalini Yoga is one of the most comprehensive styles of Yoga. It encompasses Bhakti Yoga (the yogic practice of devotion and chanting), Raja Yoga (the practice of mediation/mental and physical control) and Shakti Yoga, (for the expression of power and energy). The Kundalini energy is a poetic metaphor which describes the potential energy that exists within each of us. The Kundalini energy is considered to be located in the energetic body at the base of the spine. With the practice of Yoga, the Kundalini energy expands upwards awakening our potential to connect with our higher selves

This class will be taught by Victoria, a well-known Kundalini teacher in Kingston. The practice ends with a Gong Bath for a unique sound experience.

Room A; Class 7 @ 4pm:Yin-Yang Yoga with Sandra: Blending the Stabilizing and Dynamic Powers Within

The concepts of Yin and Yang originate from China in the ancient Taoists texts. Yin is a feminine, passive, cooling energy. On the other hand,  Yang is the masculine, dynamic, warming energy.

It is believed that Yin and Yang complement and balance each other. This class, run by Sandra Tiidt, aims to combine the static nature of Yin Yoga and dynamic Vinyasa flow (bringing out the Yang) to provide you with both physical and spiritual practice. Join this journey of finding union between the opposites. Together we will tap into the female and the male consciousness, that resides in each of us, find the space within us where our inner warrior meets our inner goddess, energise with the firey energy of Shiva and cool down with the energy of Shakti. 

The carefully selected postures in the class will warm the body, stretch and strengthen the muscles, lengthen the connective tissue (fascia) and encourage a balanced chi (energy) flow. The session will improve your energy and fitness while promoting relaxation and healing. What a wonderful combination!

Room A; Class 8 @ 5pm: Sound Healing with Tibetan Singing Bowls with Alva

Sound Baths are one of the most soothing, body detoxing holistic rejuvenating vibrational Tibetan singing bowls. The  bowls produces a strong sound wave, almost tangible to the touch, which stimulates the physical body by influencing the surface of the skin and every cell. It feels like a sound massage for the body and mind (great for those of you who like the idea of a massage, but don’t like to be touched).

On a physical level, the sound bath releases tension and blocks in the body, it stimulates a higher functioning of the glandular and nervous system, it increases prana, our vital life force and improves circulation.

Led by the the well-known Yoga teacher, Alva, the session will aim to purify and relax the mental, emotional and spiritual bodies. Alva will guide you into the experience with the bowls and help you to relax before the sound bath begins.

Room A; Class 9 @ 6pm: Yin is In: Yin Yoga for Ultimate Relaxation and Stress Relief with Michelle 

Yin Yoga is one of the most relaxing and static style of Yoga that allows you to make a deep connection with your body and release hidden tension. A passive practice, Yin Yoga involves variations of seated and supine poses typically held, accessing deeper layers of fascia.

If you struggle with too many racing thoughts and crave for calm, Yin Yoga is perfect for you. Yin is the stable, unmoving, hidden aspect of things; yang is the changing, moving, revealing aspect. In the body, the relatively stiff connective tissues (tendons, ligaments, fascia) are yin, while the more mobile and pliable muscles and blood are yang.Led by Yoga teacher, Michelle, this class will make you feel super relaxed.

Room B; Class 1 @ 10am: Vedic Meditation Practice for Inner Peace

Join this meditation class to learn how to meditate using mantra, and learn the meaning of mantras. This meditation technique is derived from the 5000-years-old vedic tradition.

The teacher,Andre, will break down the technique and make it so easy that you will be able to practice it daily. He will show you how you can create an inner energy sanctuary so that that your inner peace is not disturbed by what’s happening around you. You will see its profound effects on walks of life if you meditate daily for 20-minutes. This class is suitable for both beginners and experienced mediators.

Room B; Class 2 @ 11am: Dru Yoga for Rejuvenation of Mind and Body

Dru Yoga is a graceful and potent form of yoga, based on flowing movements, directed breathing and visualisation.

Set firmly in ancient yogic tradition, Dru works on body, mind and spirit—improving strength and flexibility, creating core stability, building a heightened feeling of positivity, and deeply relaxing and rejuvenating your whole being.

‘Dru’, an Indian (Sanskrit) word short for Dhruva roughly translates to ‘north star’ and represents the stillness of the stars; our own ‘inner still-point’.

Dru Yoga was created by a group of yoga enthusiasts some 30 years ago. This session taught by the teacher, Kate, will include traditional yoga poses like the bridge, downward dog, cobra and so on but its piece de resistance is a focus on positive transformation through rebalancing the ‘chakras’ (the body’s subtle energy systems) and the ‘koshas’, which include our thoughts, feelings and our inner self, making it a subtle yet effective workout – and quite unlike any other yoga that you have practiced

Room B; Class 3 @ 12pm: Simpilyfying Yogic Lifts and Inversions: The Journey from Crow to Handstand

Feet are not the only parts of body that you need in order to stand. You can stand on your hands, head, elbows too! How? Join this class to know the answer. In this workshop, you will learn the right techniques and posture and props that are needed to get that perfect handstand you always wanted. There is no limit to what your body can achieve, if you put your mind to it.

This class will show you how to use the strength in your body and mind (with some assistance) to do challenging arm balances. The teacher will also tell you about the secret to falling safely so that you are not afraid of trying it over and over again at home in your own time. Practice is the key to unlock your potential here.

Some level of experience in crow/crane poses, headstand or good core strength will be helpful for the class.

Room B; Class 4 @ 1pm: Unblocking Muladhara Chakra: Yoga for Opening Tight Hips and Hamstrings

According to the Yoga philosophy, the seven chakras or energy centers comprise their model of the energetic or subtle body. Each chakra is located along the spine, starting at the base and running upwards to the crown of the head. Just like Pituitary Gland, Pineal Gland etc make up our physical body, the chakras constitute our subtle body.

The word Muladhara is a combination of two Sanskrit words.: “Mula,” which means “root” and “Adhara,” which means “support” or “base.”The seven chakras are all important and interconnected. However, the root chakra is especially important, as it is the base of our whole chakra system. It is the most instinctual of all chakras, the very basis of our survival center. Our “fight-or-flight” response is initiated here.

On an emotional level, the root chakra is associated with grounding, vitality, and stability. But on a physical level, it regulates the lower part of the body – legs, inner thighs, hips and hamstrings. So, in this class, the teacher will help you open the blockages in the Muladhara chakra thus helping you develop flexibility in your legs. Keep following the practice and eventually you will be able to slide into full splits.

Room B; Class 5 @ 2pm: Om & Bass Yoga Rave

Om & Bass draws upon the discipline of traditional yoga and combines it effortlessly with modern music. It rejuvenates your energy centres (or chakras), starting gently with ambient music and moving through various genres building up to an energetic “Drum & Bass” climax. It’s OM… and BASS.

Less common in yoga and dance workshops, Om and Bass features an incredibly good teacher, Rach. Rach is both qualified in yoga and dance, with a background in freestyle and hip-hop dance. Om & Bass encourages the participants to “feel” their way through the experience without feeling exposed or intimidated.

Room B; Class 6 @ 3pm: Martial Flow with Rach Cox

This dynamic Yoga class combines Yoga, martial arts and meditation. 

The class is suitable for beginners.

Room B; Class 7 @ 4pm: Mindfulness Meditation & Yoga Flow

Mindfulness, a concept derived from Buddhist meditation, means maintaining a moment-by-moment awareness of our thoughts, feelings, bodily sensations, and surrounding environment, through a gentle, nurturing lens. When you’re mindful, you carefully observe your thoughts and feelings without judging them good or bad. Instead of letting your life pass you by, mindfulness means living in the moment and awakening to your current experience, rather than dwelling on the past or anticipating the future.

With the help of gentle Yoga poses, this class will offer you techniques to deal with the difficulties of everyday life in a more helpful way, as well as a set of practical stress-management tools. Through mindfulness you will moreover learn how to efficiently handle day-to-day stress, deal with pressing thoughts and worries, and appreciate and enjoy life.

Room B; Class 8 @ 5pm: Yoga and Meditation for Balancing Chakras

Chakras are the human body’s seven main energy centers with each one corresponding to individual glands that govern our specific body parts plus various areas of the psyche. They are located next to a hormonal gland along the human spinal column.

This class will combine the elements of Vinyasa Flow Yoga with the aim to balancing Chakras. Each posture in the class will focus on a chakra. Some of the postures will be held and some will be dynamic – the perfect combination of holding on and letting go.

Room B; Class 9 @ 6pm: Updesh Kaur’s Kundalini Meditation, Mantra, and Sound Resonance (with Gong)

Kundalini Yoga is one of the most comprehensive styles of Yoga. It encompasses Bhakti Yoga (the yogic practice of devotion and chanting), Raja Yoga (the practice of mediation/mental and physical control) and Shakti Yoga, (for the expression of power and energy). The Kundalini energy is a poetic metaphor which describes the potential energy that exists within each of us. The Kundalini energy is considered to be located in the energetic body at the base of the spine. With the practice of Yoga, the Kundalini energy expands upwards awakening our potential to connect with our higher selves

Traditionally, Kundalini Yoga was a secret practice only passed from teacher to the deserving few students. It was brought in its currently practiced avatar by Yogi Bhajan. This class taught by Southwest London’s popular Kundalini teacher, Updesh Kaur. The class will comprise of Yoga poses, seated meditation and gong bath. It promises to leave you awakened and more conscious of the potential of your body and mind. The class is suitable for everyone

Sessions in Talk Room| Room C| Main Stage

If you have bought any paid class or ticket titled 'entry to talks+stalls+ free sessions', you are free to attend these sessions. No booking needed. Entry on first-come basis. 



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How to reach the venue
Please note that the venue postcode is KT65AS. There is free parking available at the venue for a few cars. There is also an option to park on the street. We suggest that you either carpool or use public transport to reduce your carbon footprint. The venue is well-connected by buses. Nearby public carparks can be found on

Yoga mats
Please remember to bring your own Yoga mats or book yoga mat rental from Chakra Project's stall. Yoga mats can be booked for renting via this ticketing page only. ou can book a mat to rent for only £5 from our ticket page. Collect the mat from Chakra Project's stall for a fully refundable cash deposit of £10. Return the mat and get the deposit back

There is no entry fee for children (under 14 years) if accompanied by a paying adult.We have many exciting classes and activities planned especially for children, so do bring your kids along.

Please help us reduce waste by bringing your own reusable cups, plates, cutlery etc.

There will be drinking water taps at the venue but it's a good idea to bring your own water bottle along to stay hydrated

Class Etiquette
We request you to kindly vacate the room after the class to make place for new participants. You may join the queue again if you wish to attend consecutive classes.

Once purchased, the ticket is non-refundable but can be transferred. In an unlikely situation where the event is canceled or changed significantly, full refund will be given by the organizer.

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