Tickets are now available for the very first Bundaberg Yoga Festival to be held on Saturday, 22 June.
The blissful day of yoga is an opportunity to experience some of the Bundaberg Region's most experienced yoga teachers and their unique styles, including Leanne Toy, Tine Dimes, Karen Whyte, Katie Laurie, Noni Croft and others.
Yoga more popular than ever before
Just like the rest of the world, growing numbers of people in Bundaberg are curious about yoga.
“The purpose of this new event is to showcase the diversity and quality of local yoga offerings in the Bundaberg Region as well as meet, laugh, and connect with like-minded individuals,” Tamar Boas, organiser of the event and winner of the Bundaberg Chamber of Commerce Health and Wellbeing Business of the Year Award 2018 said.
“The Yoga Festival offers yoga for everybody, for first timers who have always wanted to give yoga a go, people who love yoga for the great stress relief benefits and for the committed yogi's who want to practice strong energetic movement,” added Noni Croft, Yoga teacher and EFT counsellor.
This year’s event will be held from 9am to 5pm at the Bundaberg Basketball Stadium.
Classes are suitable for all levels. Delicious healthy food and drinks will be available for purchase on the day.
More than a yoga practice, this one-day event also features local festival stalls, showcasing exceptional mix of health and wellness offerings from the local community.
Tickets for Unlimited Day Pass are on sale now. Admission is free to the festival market stalls at the venue.
For the festival program and to purchase tickets go to www.bundabergyogafestival.com
- Bring a yoga mat and water bottle
- Yoga pass for over 13s only
- Festival stalls free for general public
- Date: Saturday 22 June 2019
- Time: 9am to 5pm
- Venue: Bundaberg Basketball Stadium at 3 Flint Street, Bundaberg South.
- The event is being organised by Tamar Boas and kindly supported by Green Valley Digital.
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