Nourish Your Body, Feed Your Soul with Kundalini Yoga
The Kundalini Rising Festival is back! Now in our third year, we are excited to holding the festival at beautiful Seven Springs Retreat Center in Maryville, TN nestled in the Foothills of The Great Smoky Mountains. Friday - Sunday, May 18, 19 & 20
Practice Yoga In The Mountains of Tennessee Nourish, Heal and Revive your soul with Kundalini Yoga and Meditations, Earth Healing Workshops, Family Yoga, Nature & Arts Children’s Camp, Kirtan, & Sacred Fire
Here's some of the many reasons we gather together at solstice: ~Create peace within ourselves and reflect it out into the world~ ~Heal with Kundalini Yoga and meditate together with our families~ ~Set intention on what we want to create in our home and life's work~ ~Develop the inner grace to see our projects through~ ~Cleanse, detoxify and ground with our Mother Earth~ ~Receive healing and give generously while we enjoy the outdoors consciously~ ~Uplift and bring to our children a group vibration of love and unity~
WEEKEND FESTIVAL REGISTRATION Includes: Friday 2pm to Sunday 4 pm (there is an option for Sat & Sun rate and daily rate) All Classes & Workshops, Camping, Meals & Evening Kirtan
Classes & Workshops Kundalini Yoga & Meditation Dancing Spider Children's Yoga Permaculture Movement Healing with Sound Current Cleanse Class Reiki Healing And more to come!
Festival Activities Yoga classes ALL Day Kirtan & Sacred Chant Labyrinth Woods Walk/Meditation Nature & Arts Children's Camp Gong Baths Camping Sacred Fire Drum Circle Nature Walks
"Such an amazing weekend of bonding and sharing, yoga, camping, wonderful teachers and beautiful people! A completely invigorating, inspiring, and rejuvenating experience!"
"So many yoga teachers, styles, ways, classes & love!"
"It got me away from the bustle, family drama, & finances to give me time with my daughter."
The Kundalini Rising Yoga Festival will be held at beautiful Seven Springs Retreat Center in Maryville, Tennessee. Seven Springs is a retreat center featuring seven natural springs on 126 acres of private land in the Foothills of the Great Smoky Mountains. Near Maryville, Tennessee, we are within 500 miles of 50% of the U.S. population. The Smoky Mountains are the world's oldest mountains and one of the world's most ecologically diverse regions, featuring temperate rain forest climate with over 17,000 species of plants and animals. This incredible biodiversity adds to the abundant richness of Seven Springs.