A: Yoga festivals are the best time. You create a schedule of different yoga/fitness classes you want to try and meet new friends along the way. You get to enjoy time in nature, swim, hike, shop, eat and relax. The point of the yoga festival is to have you connect with yourself and the community around you and gain an appreciation for nature by interacting intimately with it.
A: We want the festival to be accessible to everyone, which is why we reward festival guests by buying tickets early. The closer we get to the festival date, the more expensive the tickets will be.
A: Yes, all are welcome! This is a family friendly event. We may offer kid yoga (depending on number of sign ups) but we will not offer child minding. There will be one 19+ area where children will not be permitted, but other than, we are a family friendly event!
A: You can arrive to the Festival site on the afternoon of Friday July 19th to set up your camping and explore the grounds and our Opening Ceremonies will take place early evening on Friday, followed by a silent disco. The Closing Ceremonies will take place on the early afternoon of Sunday, July 21st, after which we will begin to vacate the Festival site.
A: We offer tons of yoga workshops, fitness/HIIT classes, forest walks, workshops + speakers, meditations, acro yoga and a 10k Forest Run. The schedule is spread out across the three days and will offer tons of options to try new things and dig deeper into practices you love.
A: We’ve designed the weekend for you to have an epic time! There will be a vendor market on for the whole weekend and yummy vegetarian food available all weekend long as well. There will be a 19+ tent to enjoy drinks if desired.
A: On Friday night we’ll have a silent disco and campfire jam sessions and on Saturday night we’ll have an ecstatic dance and live concert with more campfire jam sessions afterwards.
A: If you’ve paid for a full weekend pass and want to camp, you will be allotted a camping spot in the designated camping area on the Festival site. You will only be allowed to put up a tent in the camping area as no trailers or automobiles will be allowed in the camping space. Camping spots are not transferable and if you’ve received one and do not plan to use it, that spot will go to another festival guest.
A: There are many campsites close to the Festival site where you can park an RV overnight. Simply search for campgrounds in Huntsville, Ontario.
A: It’s all good – camping isn’t for everyone. There are lots of lodges close by where you can stay for the weekend and all are extremely comfortable. Check out any of these:
A: Once our schedule is finalized (April), we will post our schedule online and provide you with software you can use to organize your schedule in advance. Of course, you only have to participate in things that align with the experience you are looking for. If you don’t want to meditate or go on hikes or participate in the 10k Forest Run, you don’t have to. The whole point of the festival is that you make time for yourself, so you can do as much or as little as you like.
A: We are a vegetarian festival and will be providing a variety of yummy and healthy food options over the course of the weekend. Guests are allowed to bring their own food, however, we kindly ask people not to bring meat on to the campgrounds.
A: You can drive up by yourself or catch a new ride with friends by joining our Facebook group linked here.