Australia’s first Kundalini Yoga Festival is here!


Kundalini Yoga is big overseas, and now it’s getting big in Australia. Coming into the Aquarian Age, we are prompted to live in community, open our hearts to the cosmos, and give give give… What better time for the Kundalini Yoga community to come together, raise the collective consciousness, and create our very own, first ever Kundalini Yoga Festival Australia (KYFA).  It’s happening 2-5 October 2015 at Broken Bay on the Hawkesbury River, just one hour’s drive or train ride from Sydney.  Pencil that date in your diary now!

20150203-KYF-logo-FINAL-outlinedAustralia’s first Kundalini Yoga festival will open and share the amazing teachings of Kundalini Yoga to a lot more people who may not otherwise experience the benefits of this practice and sense of community. It will help us build on the energy created by classes, workshops, teacher trainings and White Tantric, and continue the momentum of growing the Kundalini community here in Australia.

It’s time Australia stepped up and joined the international Kundalini community with our own festival, and help many more people find the joy and peace they so deserve.

There will be camping, cabins, kids activities, water sports, live music, vegetarian food and of course lots of Kundalini Yoga and meditation taught by some amazing teachers.

There is plenty of opportunity to get involved in this big event … The KYFA organising team will be looking for volunteers/seva teams to help run the camp. So, if you are keen to contribute in any way you can, email kundaliniyogafestivalau@gmail.com, as there will be plenty of jobs big and small. The group is also looking for fundraising help…

“Our first goal, is to raise $30,000 with a crowd funding campaign. This will help bring some international guests to the festival and ensure we can open it up to more people. The campaign will be launched in the coming weeks with Advance Early Bird tickets going on sale in March and a festival website launching soon too.”

KYFA is a not-for-profit event and entirely run by a group of volunteers.  Any proceeds from the event will help make KYFA a sustainable event for many more years to come.

Check out some more pics of the festival venue here.

Acknowledgements: The content for this blog post comes from the latest KYTANZ newsletter and the KYFA organising team – thank you!


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