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Yoga Garden Party in aid of The Hope Foundation

Our fourth annual Yoga Garden Party in aid of The Hope Foundation, raising funds for the street and slum children of Kolkata. Taking place on the 26th July in the tranquil surroundings of Commonwork Farm, near Sevenoaks in Kent


Bore Place, Chiddingstone, Edenbridge Kent, GB TN8 7AR
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  • Community Event

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Jul 26
04:00 amto11:00 am



Includes one free yoga class
Children go free

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Now it its fourth year and having raised just over £20,000 for HOPE, we are thrilled to announce that the Yoga Garden Party in aid of The Hope Foundation will take place this year on Saturday 26th July at Commonwork Farm, near Sevenoaks in Kent, from 11am – 6pm.

Expect a delicious afternoon of treats for the body, mind and soul for the whole family and a chance for the yoga community to come together and give something back to the country that gave us yoga.
There will be a wide range of classes to try from vinyasa flow to Kundalini yoga, a Gong Bath to Yin Yoga and classes with some of the UK’s best loved yoga teachers including Simon Low, Liz Lark, Catherine Annis, Colin Dunsmuir, Fiona Agombar, James Reeves (iRest) and more.

A whole host of wellbeing treatments will be on offer, including Indian Head Massage, Reflexology, Craniosacral Therapy, Bowen, Reiki and Thai Yoga Massage.

The Yoga Garden Party makes for a great day out for the whole family, yogis and non-yogis alike, with delicious and healthy food and drink, and plenty of fun stuff for kids including yoga and crafts. This year, we are thrilled to have expanded to live music with kirtan from Australia’s number one devotional chanter Kevin James and Karnamrita-Das, the first classically trained western singer in sanskrit bhajan with a voice that leaves you spellbound confirmed to perfom. Plus live music from Geoffrey Richardson (Caravan/The Penguin Café Orchestra) and Frances Knight.

Make sure you bring some funds, as there will a whole host of stalls with ethical products to buy from yoga clothing to handmade jewelry. As always the luxury raffle will be full of great prizes to win.
Entry is £25 per person (entrance includes one yoga class). Children under 16 go free.

In addition, why not make a weekend of it? This year you can stay all weekend and make the most of the beautiful house and gardens at Commowork Farm with two nights B&B, some meals, entry to the garden party on Saturday 26th and a whole day of yin and yang yoga with leading UK teacher and Hope patron Simon Low on Sunday 27th all for £295.

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