8 Best Yoga Festivals in the UK to Check Out in 2023

8 Best Yoga Festivals in the UK to Check Out in 2023

 

8 Best Yoga Festivals in the UK to Check Out in 2023

Yoga and wellness festivals are exploding onto the scene, and most big music festivals are also starting to incorporate more yoga and wellness practices into their activity lineups. A conscious celebration and gathering of like-minded souls can sometimes be just what you need to fall in love with yoga all over again.

 

They can help you reconnect to yourself, meet new people and explore new aspects of yoga and wellness. But you needn’t travel to the ends of the earth to find one of these effervescent festivals. There are so many exciting upcoming festivals right here in the UK. So, to help you start planning for an amazing 2023 filled with enriching experiences, here is a list (in no particular order) of some incredible UK-based Yoga Festivals coming up in 2023. Enjoy! 

 

World Yoga Festival 

Where: Henley Showground, Henley-on-Thames

When: 3-6 August, 2023

What: Hosted by the Arsha Kula Foundation, the World Yoga Festival is somewhere between a retreat and a festival. This is a 4-day open air festival with the possibility to camp on site. It’s a gathering of celebrated yoga, meditation and wisdom teachers. The idea is to explore all aspects of the richness of yoga and allow participants to gain a deeper understanding of yoga in a fun environment. Expect engaging workshops, good food and an on-site market. 

Check it Out: https://www.yogafestival.world/

 

Soul Circus

Where: Cotswolds

When: August 17-20, 2023

What: A holistic yoga and arts festival set in the Cotswolds countryside lets you run away to the circus. This festival’s aim is to take each participant on a journey of discovery and recalibration through yoga, art, food and music. They have wellness activities during the day and funky DJ sets at night. A combination of the fun of music festivals but with a wellness spin. This will surely be an experience to remember. 

Check it Out: https://www.soulcircus.yoga/products/soul-circus-2023

The Big Retreat

Where: Pembrokeshire

When: 1-4 June, 2023

What: Think of a retreat but with more festival vibes. This is a 3-day festival focussed on wellbeing to allow you to relax, reset and release. Reconnect with nature in the beautiful Pembrokeshire countryside. There are lots of exciting classes, workshops, talks, experiences and live music to be enjoyed. Leave this festival feeling refreshed and revived. 

Check it Out: https://www.thebigretreatfestival.com/

 

Wanderlust GB

Where: London

When: Saturday September 9, 2023

What: Not sure you’re ready for a multi-day festival? Check out wanderlust which is a single day event in London. Their focus is on becoming your best self and finding your “true north”. There will be a wide range of yoga practices from power to yin, great music, fitness classes, inspiring talks and good food. What better way to spend a Saturday?

Check it Out: https://uk.wanderlust.events/products/wanderlust-108-london-2023

 

LoveFit Festival

Where: St Clere Estate, Sevenoaks

When: 14-16 July, 2023

What: Find your balance with the LoveFit Festival. A 3-day festival just outside of London. It combines fitness, wellbeing and magical forest parties. Set in a tranquil estate, surrounded by nature, this festival promises fitness by day and party festival vibes by night. A perfect combination for those looking for both wellness and fiesta. 

Check it Out: https://www.lovefitfestival.com/

 

Well Fest

Where: London

When: 2023, TBC

What: A wellness festival that brings in well-known industry experts to headline and guide, coming to London for the first time in 2023. There will be experts in pilates, yoga, nutrition and fitness spread across multiple stages so be ready for physical activity and an abundance of learning. 

Check it Out: https://wellfestuk.com/

 

Medicine Festival 

Where: Wasing Park, Reading

When: 17-20 August, 2023

What: The motto of this festival is “The medicine you seek is seeking you” and this is reflected in the spirit of the Medicine festival which is about honouring nature, peace, difference, gratitude and  guardianship. This festival combines teachers from different traditions and backgrounds to gain a deeper understanding of how we can live more harmoniously with the world. All profits from this festival go to protecting the land, traditions and wisdom of indigenous peoples. A truly unique and inspiring festival experience. 

Check it Out: https://medicinefestival.com/

 

Balance Festival

Where: The Truman Brewery, London

When: 19-23 May, 2023

What: A trendy London fitness festival with all the latest in the fitness and wellness industry. Here you’ll find yoga, meditation, fitness classes, health talks, great food and drink and a showcase of exciting new wellness start-ups. This is a festival showcases the latest technologies and trends of the wellness industry. 

Check it Out: https://www.balance-festival.com/Home

 

These are just a few festivals to inspire you to start planning your 2023 line-up. Each festival has something unique to offer so take your time to explore and find one that’s right for you. Or feel inspired to start your own yoga festival - anything’s possible ;) 

 

Let us know in the comments if you’re planning to check out one of these festivals or if you have any great memories from past year’s attendance. 

 

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This blog post was brought to you by Rachel Dean.
Rachel is a yoga teacher and writer currently based in Northern Mexico.
"An adventurer, wildflower, cat lover and sunset chaser.
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