Festival 2021 Theme: Virtue of the Soul – Humility
July 24: Arrival
- Please plan your travel to arrive on the 25 July, and not earlier.
- Festival shuttles will be running from Blois Station on that day.
- Registration will be open from 9:00 – 19:00 (for more information see when you arrive)
- The first meal of the Festival will be served on the langar field.
- The official opening ceremony of the Festival will happen in the Big Top at 17:00.
July 25, 26, 27: Workshops – Kundalini Yoga
Choose from workshops in the morning and evening to take your experience deeper. Yogi Bhajan taught on a vast number of topics; this is your chance to expand your horizons, lead by exceptional and inspiring teachers from around the world.
Many workshops build on a theme across 2-4 days of the Festival, to take you deeper into your experience and understanding.
More details on this year’s programme will be online nearer to the Festival (What’s On)
July 28, 29, 30: White Tantric Yoga®
Three days of White Tantric Yoga® – put on your best white clothes and head cover, and join a thousand people meditating under the Big Top!
White Tantric Yoga® is a powerful meditation practice that clears the subconscious mind allowing prosperity, success, and happiness to flow freely into your life. It is an ancient and unique yogic technology that accelerates psychological growth by dissolving deep-rooted blocks.
White Tantric Yoga® is administered by Yogi Bhajan, the Mahan Tantric, through his video series under the direction of a facilitator. Learn more about White Tantric Yoga®.
It is possible that this year’s festival will not involve White Tantric Yoga®, due to the ongoing coronavirus pandemic. Updates will be posted on the website closer to the Festival.
July 31: Peace Prayer Day
Our workshop programme continues, with the addition of some special programming for Peace Prayer day – to deeply instil peace in our hearts and pray for peace, including an 11 hour jappa (continuous chanting) of Sat Narayan mantra for peace.
We close the Festival with a magical gathering, in our Closing Ceremony.
August 1: Departure Day
Our last sadhana under the stars together, then our final breakfast of the festival, time for hugs and goodbyes, and packing up to head home.