Stretch your body, mind, and spirit at this mindful gathering.
One hardly needs an excuse to go visit Telluride. The incredible mountain setting draws beauty-seekers all year ’round, but this July 14-17, yogis will take over the tiny town. An incredible gathering of those who want to learn and those who love to teach the ways of yoga, the Telluride Yoga Festival was covered last year by Kelsi Coia on elephant journal. Read parts One, Two, and Three of her inspirational experience.
Not only does the festival celebrate the physical practice of yoga, it also helps to benefit the world that sustains us. Read on to hear from the Telluride Yoga Festival coordinators.
The Telluride Yoga Festival is one of the most unique and intimate yoga experiences in the world. Hosting master teachers from all over the globe and focused on the philanthropy of environmental work, this festival offers yoga to people of all shapes, sizes and ability levels. Whether you’ve never practiced yoga or you’ve maintained 30 year yoga practice, this event will give you the opportunity to deepen your yoga practice, deep in the mountains while helping to raise funds for sustainability projects and environmental awareness. Join us for the 4th Annual Telluride Yoga Festival by registering at tellurideyogafestival.com.
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Here’s the lineup of teachers and presenters at this year’s Yoga Fest:
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