Thank you for registering to this years
Brighton Yoga & Wellbeing Festival
Brighton Yoga & Wellbeing Festival is the UK’s 2nd largest annual yoga festival.
Become a sponsor
Find out about how to be seen at the festival with our sponsorship packs which help contribute significantly to the costs of the festival and our projects through the year.
We need your help to run the Brighton Yoga Festival and other events through the year. It's a wonderful opportunity to give to something you value and appreciate.
History of Brighton Yoga
Brighton Yoga Foundation aims to trace the history of yoga in Brighton and Hove through some of the main lineages in this city. We have chosen to look at Iyengar yoga, the Scaravelli-Inspired approach, Ashtanga and this year there will be a presentation about the Brighton Buddhist Centre's contribution to Brighton's Yoga history.
Programme for Brighton Yoga Festival 2020
We are busy compiling all the information for this years fabulous festival. To ensure you find out as early as possible you can sign up to the mailing list to receive email notification when the programme is available to view.
You will be able to download the festival programme here a few days before the event
Come and join us make Yoga history in the present...
Previous Brighton Yoga Festivals
25 July. A difficult year. We planned a hybrid event - live and in person on 24 July and online on 25 July. But at short notice a huge spike in Covid cases locally caused the cancellation of the live event. We live streamed 13 workshops with teachers from around the world and the UK and a discussion on the future of yoga post-pandemic.
25th & 26th July. With the pandemic in full flow, we had no alternative but to take the 2020 Festival online. At relatively short notice we presented 4 top quality teachers from around the world and the UK to teach online workshops and also hosted a panel on “Black Lives Matter – diversity within the yoga community”. More than 300 people attended the sessions.
BHASVIC - Brighton & Hove.
27th & 28th July. Over 2,500 people attended the Festival at BHASVIC college, braving the rain on the first day. The event featured almost 100 classes, a world first survivor-led Panel on Sexual Abuse in the Yoga Community, and a celebratory coming together of the yoga community and Extinction Rebellion.