Out of Town: Lamu Yoga Festival, Mar. 8-12 2017 @ Shela – Lamu Island

February 23, 2017 at 4:38 pm Leave a comment

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Dates: March 8-12, 2017
Venue: Shela, Lamu Island
Tickets: A* – KES 12,500, B**- KES 8,000

*Inclusive of all day yoga classes, festival present, Swahili dinner, sunset dhow meditation & final beach party
** Inclusive of all day yoga classes and festival present only

About
We are bringing you the fourth annual Lamu Yoga Festival March 8-12, 2017. Activities will be centered in charming Shela village, but will encompass Manda Island and Lamu Old Town, so the whole area is abuzz with yoga.

A variety of yoga classes and meditations — for all levels — will be offered over four days at 10 unique venues and studios. From early-bird yoga on the beach to meditation under the moon, the festival offers something for everyone, including new experiences for long-time practitioners.

Highlights include a dhow sail, workshops, fun competitions, and a grand finale beach party with Lamu drummers and acrobats.

PS: Registration closes on March 1, 2017. For details on accommodation, festival ticket and airport transfer, download the lamu-yoga-festival-2017 (pdf) pamphlet.

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