3 Great Yoga Festivals to Fuel the Fire

Thinking about attending a Yoga Festival in 2019? Read three of our top picks for inspiration.


The Yoga Expo

Fort Lauderdale, FL | March 8-9, 2019

This two-day event brings together the local yoga community with a wide offering of classes for every age and experience level (in fact you don’t even have to already practice yoga to attend, so its perfect to learn more about it!). Over fifty classes will be offered on seven indoor stages. Classes are fifty minutes, available all day, and taught by local and national yoga instructors. In addition, you can enjoy shopping the marketplace for yoga apparel, eating vegan food and drinks, discovering new wellness brands, visiting the sound healing stage, or taking an herbal healing or meditation workshop.  The Yoga Expo


The Toronto Yoga Conference

Toronto, Canada | March 28-31, 2019

The Toronto Yoga Conference is recognized as Canada’s largest yoga and pilates event featuring 300 exhibitors, eighty master teachers, and 700 hours of ‘World Class Sessions’ over the course of four days. Expand your wisdom and evolve your practice with every type of body movement or healing modality you can imagine including tai chi, qigong, hula hooping, surfset yoga, mala bead making, Reiki, drumming, and pilates. The conference was designed with the intention to bring people together to learn, grow, and share ideas and inspiration with each other as a united community.  Toronto Yoga Conference


Telluride Yoga Festival

Telluride, CO | June 27-30, 2019

Telluride offers a truly unique festival experience with over a hundred activities, located in a breathtaking natural Colorado setting surrounded by mountains. The four-day event features uplifting presentations at inspiring venues along with yoga, meditation, music, hiking, dining, shopping, and massage. Additional programming may include three-hour immersions, SUP yoga, AIReal Yoga™, daily guided hikes, and kombucha demonstrations. Expect an array of holistic, mind-body-spirit presentations and activities incorporating the healing aspect of nature. The full program lineup will be released in March but click here for more 2019 details and presenters:  Telluride Yoga Festival