Brighton Yoga Foundation Ambassador, Emma Newlyn’s simple “Winter Wellness” guide.

Emma Newlyn’s simple “Winter Wellness” guide, including lifestyle and yoga practices for this season. As the world around us changes each season, so do our needs. Whilst the bright, warm and vibrant energy of Summer supports and extroverted and lighter way of living, the cold, dark days of Winter encourage us to turn inward, reflect … Read more

The Jill Jones Memorial Yoga Programme

Three local organisations have come together in a unique collaboration to offer free yoga classes to homeless people in Worthing in memory of a local yoga teacher – the Jill Jones Memorial Yoga Programme. The first class will be on Tuesday 25 May. Turning Tides[1], Salt Water Studios[2] and the Brighton Yoga Foundation[3] are launching … Read more

Feedback from participants in our outreach classes.

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Sometimes in the day to day work of co-ordinating and organising our yoga community outreach programmes and classes, we forget just how valued they are to those who participate in them. And then we get an email like this – last week – and it reminds us that our work is so important and makes … Read more

Why the need for a yoga Trade Union?

A Trade Union for Yoga Teachers Written by Brighton Yoga Foundation Chair Davy Jones You may be surprised that some yoga teachers feel the need to join a trade union. After all, teaching yoga is a privilege, very rewarding and something we love to do. But sadly, it is increasingly obvious that “yogaworld” is not … Read more

Yoga and Sanskrit – By Emma Newlyn

Modern yoga classes are often taught with a mixture of English and Sanskrit language – “downward facing dog”, “warrior two’ and “mountain pose” might seem a little more accessible to the majority of Western practitioners after all. However, the ancient Indo-European Sanskrit language still used in parts of India today actually has real depth, beauty … Read more

Partner Feature: Riverford

Here at Brighton Yoga Foundation, we’re extremely happy to tell you all about another of our brilliant sponsors for this year’s Brighton Yoga Festival – the award winning team at Riverford Organic Farmers. Riverford is well known across the UK for delivering fresh, organic vegetable boxes straight to your doorstep. The story behind Riverford Organic Farmers … Read more

Partner Feature: Infinity Foods

Say hello to our dear friends at Infinity Foods! The Brighton Yoga Foundation couldn’t be more pleased to announce that we have partnered up with the lovely team at Infinity Foods, who are kindly be sponsoring us again this year! Infinity Foods & Kitchen is a much loved place amongst locals where you can get … Read more

Partner Feature: Chant Malas

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We feel incredibly lucky to welcome back Chant Malas as a sponsor of Brighton Yoga Festival for the second year running. Founder Helen Forester tells us what she’s looking forward to this year, as well as letting us in on some new additions to her offering, coming soon. Tell us a little more about Chant Malas… Chant … Read more