Yoga, dance and spiritualism in midwinter festivals

By on December 23, 2016

Yoga and Dance Studio Yogansa stage again Yogansafestivalen in its own premises at Kungsholmen in Stockholm. The festival, packed with yoga, music, spiritualism, dance and meditation, taking place 6 to 8 January 2017. The number of tickets sold to the public are limited to 150 and purchased via the ticket site Billetto.

Yogansafestivalen on dance and yoga studio Yogansa on Pipersgatan on Kungsholmen is held for the third time during the first weekend in January. The two previous years the festival has sold out and Yogansa expect that the pressure on the tickets this year will be harder when the festival expanded from two days to three full days while Yogansas course offerings have grown. The festival includes no less than 69 different workshops and entrance ticket gives visitors the guarantee space on a total of nine workshops. The festival offers a variety of workshops, both in traditional yoga and dance forms and even including gongbad, Handstand Yoga, power dance, partner yoga, crystal meditation, Yoga Nidra, West African dance, Shamanic Drum Journey and healing workshops.

With Yogansafestivalen we want at a reasonable price offer both novice and experienced yoga practitioners inspiring experiences that can bring light, joy and sense of community during the darkest winter days. We turn to a wide audience, where the common denominator is a desire for a richer and more conscious life, says Irini Dougias Andersson, organizer of the festival and operations manager at Yogansa.

The program offers a wide variety of different types of yoga, meditation forms, lectures, dance, treatments and other holistic and spiritual workshops emphasized. Participants pre-book at time of purchase the workshops hen would go on. The festival has a capacity of 200 visitors per day, divided into three different halls. Festival ticket for the whole weekend costs 990 SEK and provides access to nine optional workshops and two open events Friday and Saturday night. One-day tickets cost 650 SEK. Only 150 tickets will be released to the public.

Read more on www.yogansafestivalen.se and purchase ticket at Billetto.

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