|3rd September 2022|
|9.30am - 5.30pm|
1 Summerhall , Edinburgh South EH9 1PL
|£35 Early Bird save £5 before 05/06 / £40 General Admission ticket after 6/6|
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Strawberry Lemonade Events presents:
THE EDINBURGH YOGA FESTIVAL - a celebration of yoga in our city!
The teachers, students, studios and community that keeps us moving, breathing and well.
Join us on your mat at The Edinburgh Yoga Village, Summerhall, a vibrant cultural venue in the heart of Edinburgh.
The festival is a mix of grassroots and boutique feel, bringing together people of all abilities to practice yoga in a fun, supportive and nurturing environment. We have a range of classes, workshops and a yoga lounge where you can relax between classes with a cool drink and browse the amazing yoga inspired products the stalls there have to offer.
Profits raised are in aid of Edinburgh Community Yoga and Strawberry Lemonade Events Outreach Projects.
LOVE YOGA, DO YOGA, GIVE YOGA TO OTHERS
LET'S GET IT OMM!
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