Join Dublin's second annual Yoga and Vegan Festival in the heart of the city at Trinity College Dublin. You can participate in Yoga and meditation sessions, treat your taste buds to some delicious plant-based foods, try henna body art, enjoy relaxing massages, attend talks on subjects of health and wellbeing (including mental health) and do lots more. There will also be free Yoga classes for children to make this a perfect family day out. Please see below to know the format of the festival.
Parking: Parking not available at the venue. Nearest public carpark: Dawson Street. To find the exact address and parking fee charged by the carpark, please visit its official website.
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Pay per class: We are planning to schedule a variety of Yoga/meditation sessions at the festival in a big sports hall (Room A). Each session will be 45-minutes-long. There is a capacity of 200 participants per session in Room A. Doing Yoga and chanting with 200 like-minded Yogis could be a divine experience in itself. Imagine, what positive vibes we will create together!
Each session in Room A is priced at only 4.50 euros (plus booking fee). The ticket gives you unlimited access to our stall area, Talk Room & sessions in Room B. You can stay for as long or as little as you like. If you want to attend more than one session, you are welcome to do that - you just need to buy more tickets. Everything can be booked online and you will be guaranteed a space in the class of your choice.
Free Classes for Children: Please bring your children along. All children get free entry to all classes. There will be some sessions exclusively for children. Children can also attend normal Yoga classes with adults. Please do not leave your children unattended at any time.
Yoga Mats: We request you to bring your own mats. If you can't bring a Yoga mat, you can bring a Yoga towel too
Timetable of classes and description: Please visit our website to get details about classes, talks and workshops on offer: https://yogific.org/dublin/