Festival Freedom is back for 2019 and it's cooler and juicier than ever
Sunday 23rd June will play host to Festival Freedom this year. The day will run from 10am to 5pm and will be filled with fantastic yoga, incredible food, live music, sunshine and good vibes. There will be stuff to buy, massages to be had, meditation, relaxation and more.
If you are looking for a beautiful way to try out some different teachers, experience some new styles of yoga, bathe yourself in blissfulness, eat nourishing food and recharge your batteries, all in the most glorious outdoor setting, then this is a day not to be missed.
A ticket for Festival Freedom on Sunday 23rd of June is £75. This includes four yoga classes, mediation, yoga nidra, and lunch.
To book your mat space email email@example.com
And this year, Freedom Yoga club will be getting in on the Festival action too!
On Friday 21st June, which just happens to be the summer solstice, we are opening the festival with an epic Silent Disco Freedom Yoga Club. Rolling out your mat on the grass for a dynamic 90 minutes of creative vinyasa flow practice set to a cool soundtrack, as the sun sets on a balmy June evening could not be more perfect.
To honour the solstice we are following the fun and free flowing practice with a fire ritual as we cast off old habits, set new intentions and say a great big hello to summer.
Think tiki torches, a fire pit, awesome tunes and a deep Friday night vibe.
A ticket for this event on Friday 21st June at 8pm is £30
To book your headphones email firstname.lastname@example.org
We have packaged these two events together for the beautiful price of £90, but please note that this price will only be available until April 30th.
Of course you can also come to just one or the other – we are so accommodating here at Freedom Yoga huh?!
Keep checking social media for the line up of teachers plus all the other goodies that will be happening.
Festival Freedom 2019 is officially open for business!
Check out the awesome teachers at
Festival Freedom 2019
Jeff is one of London’s leading yoga teachers and has been practicing yoga and meditation since he discovered it in India in the mid 90s and teaching since 2002 It is pretty exciting to have Jeff teach our "DEEPENING YOUR BACKBEND" workshop at Festival Freedom 2019. And he will also be rounding off the Festival with an incredible yogic sleep. As a long standing teacher and teacher trainer at London’s premier yoga studios, The Life Centre and Triyoga, Jeff is really well respected teacher nationally and has a very successful international yoga retreat business. He puts his heart and soul into teaching, which he offers up with authenticity, energy and humour. "My intention is to encourage you to become more skilful & insightful; to improve your physical practice and experience the spiritual essence of yoga. To feel more at ease with yourself and the world and to find your peaceful centre".
This elegant yoga goddess uses the most beautiful fluid and intelligent sequencing to bring you to a place of peace, equilibrium and exhilaration. I am so grateful Nicky said yes to teaching at Festival Freedom 2019. Trained in classical ballet Nicky, moved to Paris to perform at The Lido with the Bluebell Girls and to continue her study of Martha Graham technique. She is now a fitness professional and yoga teacher. Nicky is passionate about vinyasa flow and has a strong following in many studios across South Bucks. Nicky says “Practicing for me brings a place of quiet that I love to share with others. What better than the breath and body moving together?” Nicky will close the day’s asana practice at Festival Freedom with a blissful mellow flow to soothe and centre you. It's going to be delicious!
This fabulous Forrest Yoga teacher considers herself a perpetual student of life and yoga. Terri strongly believes yoga helps you to achieve a happier, healthier life by increasing the circulation of vital energy throughout the whole body, mind & spirit. After completing her first yoga teacher training in 2010 Terri went on to study with Anna Forrest. She was naturally drawn to this practice which is founded on breath, strength, integrity and spirit and has been developed as a practice for healing body and spirit. Terri brings a sense of fun, adventure and freedom to her classes. She invites you to experience the joy of exploring and challenging your personal limitations, digging deep into your inner reserves and resources and learning to work honestly at your edges. Terri will open the day's practice on Sunday 23rd June and I for one can't wait!
I'm guessing you pretty much know who I am right?! I teach breath driven, creatively sequenced vinyasa flow classes with an emphasis on effective alignment and a large splash of humour. As part of Festival Freedom this year I am going to be teaching SILENT DISCO Freedom Yoga Club on Friday 21st June. This epic class is all about honouring the Summer Solstice. Think Friday night soundtrack and an accessible yet challenging 90 minute flow. I am so thrilled to announce that my offering on Sunday 23rd June will be to live music. I have my very own sprinkling of immensely talented and very well respected musicians including Ian Watson from The Divine Comedy and world class double bassist Elena Hull plus a set list to die for. This is shaping up to be a truly next level experience!
We have live music on Sunday 23rd
These two incredibly talented women are going to be providing the soundtrack to Sophie’s 60 minute flow on Sunday for Festival Freedom this year.
If you have ever practiced yoga to live music then you will know what a beautiful experience this will be. The vibration of live sound is powerful, moving and joyful and we can’t wait to flow to the beautiful harmonies of these two world class musicians
Elena Hull is a double bass player and multi-instrumentalist from Somerset. She attended the Yehudi Menuhin School and subsequently the Royal College of Music as a full scholar.She has been principal bass of the Trondheim Symphony Orchestra, sold out at the proms with Aurora playing symphonies by memory, and she is part of the contemporary ensemble CHROMA. Not only is Elena an incredible musician, she is an adventurer, a little bit mischievous, wickedly funny and a kick ass yoga teacher!
Eleanor Turner is a harpist and composer whose passionate performances have brought her worldwide acclaim. Conservatory of Music. She is Head of Harp at the Royal Birmingham Conservatoire and has been hugely inspired by the American superstar jazz harpist, composer and conductor Deborah Henson-Conant, with whom she has performed in New Orleans, Sydney and Hong Kong. She enjoys collaborating with performance artists and composes for concert, radio and dance. Conductor Julian Bigg says Eleanor has "endless energy, mesmerising talent and unswerving commitment"