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Texas Yoga Conference 2015 in Houston, TX

The Texas Yoga Association is proud to announce the 6th Annual Texas Yoga Conference to be held Feb. 20-22 at the recently completed ISKCON Temple and Cultural Center on 34th Street, Houston, Texas 77018. The Texas Yoga Association continues its mission to build a passionate networking community of yoga professionals and practitioners by gathering industry leaders and enthusiasts at the annual event. With nearly 70 presentations on the schedule.

When

Feb 20 to
Feb 22
2015
01:00 amto12:30 pm

OM In the Big Heart of Texas - Texas Yoga Conference 2015!

Now in its sixth year, founded by Texas Yogis, The Texas Yoga Conference (TYC) brings some of the best yoga teachers and motivational speakers to Houston, offering a city retreat full of presentations, yoga classes for all levels, lectures and fun music concerts during three complete days in Houston.

The TYC 2015 will be held at ISKCON Houston at 1320 West 34th Street, Houston, TX 77018 on February 20-22, 2015 at their beautiful newly completed temple and cultural center.

Friday 12:00 – 3:00 pm: Vendor/Sponsor Set-up

Friday 3:00 – 9:00 pm: Intensives

Saturday 9:30 – 7:00 pm: All day Workshops and Classes + Evening Music Concerts

Sunday 9:30 – 3:00 pm: Kirtan morning kick off + Workshops and Classes

Sunday 3:00 – 4:30 pm: Sponsor Breakdown

Featured guests: Hawah, Brenda Feurstein, Karena Virginia, Tara Kristof, Dana Damara, Moses Love, Robert Boustany, Ann Hyde, YogaOne, Yoga Rasa, Jennyoga, and so many more amazing yogis, yoginis and local favorites we have grown to love!

Price

$350

check out our individual day prices online as well. Come Friday for $108, Saturday for $199.00 and Sunday for $129.00, or all weekend for $350!

Full Description

The Texas Yoga Association is proud to announce the 6th Annual Texas Yoga Conference to be held Feb. 20-22 at the recently completed ISKCON Temple and Cultural Center on 34th Street, Houston, Texas 77018. The Texas Yoga Association continues its mission to build a passionate networking community of yoga professionals and practitioners by gathering industry leaders and enthusiasts at the annual event. With nearly 70 presentations on the schedule, the event attracts regional and national yoga teachers who offer classes at all levels of experience, from the beginner to the advanced student. For general information as well as information about becoming a sponsor or vendor, please visit For information about this year's lineup and offerings, please visit

The conference acts as a city retreat featuring lectures and presentations that peak the interest of a wide range yoga enthusiasts, as well as demonstrates interesting research such as the effects of meditation and yoga inside the brain. A Harvard University study, for example, just released evidence of a significant increase in grey matter in the brain of meditators and yoga practitioners, and a decrease in areas associated with stress and depression.

Sponsors include the Texas Yoga Association, Jennyoga, Visible Belief Education, Breathe the Cure, The Good Space, Breakfast Yoga Club, Shining Shakti, I Love Yoga, Define: Body and Mind, BIG Yoga, YogaOne, Yoga West, WeMed Wellness Center of Integrative Medicine, Houston Ayurveda Center, Afrikan Center of Well Being, Namaste Yoga Pink Ribbons Recuperative Yoga, Nurture Soul, Houston Yoga Ayurveda Wellness, Friends of Integrative Medicine at MDACC, Minerva Leather Goods, Yoga Gives Back, Nourish Cold-Pressed Juice & Smoothie Bar, Atma Imports, Yoga Rasa, Gish Creative, Local Magazine (formally 002), Natural Awakenings, Body Mind & Soul and Texas Thai Sports Massage.

The conference provides a platform for attendees to learn more about yoga as well as the science behind it by offering an array of lecture topics related to yogic philosophy, service to community and devotion to humanity. Workshops on the 2015 schedule include: Green Psychology: A Salute to the Late Yoga Scholar Georg Feuerstein presented by his beloved wife Brenda Feuerstein; The Physics of Thought; Challenging Boundaries of Strength, Breath, Flexibility and Focus; Why Sugar is the New Fat; Pole Yoga; The Yoga Brain: Connection Between Yoga and Mental Health, in addition to 65 more presentations. Participants will have access to nearly 100 exhibitors showcasing aroma-therapeutic massage, natural products, health foods, jewelry, yoga clothing and other unique gifts.

The Texas Yoga Conference is not a conference in the traditional sense. Over the years it has earned a reputation for being a city escape, festival and annual retreat. "This event displays the heart of a great state, created for Texas by Texans, the conference brings instructors and presenters from around the world to Houston annually. Our goal is to make Houston and Texas a 'mecca' for Yoga," said conference founder and Yogapreneur Jennifer Buergermeister.