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Bend, stretch and relax at Bermuda Yoga Festival

Posted by Paul Kandarian  February 14, 2014 02:10 PM

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Yoga lovers, check this out: The first Bermuda Yoga Festival is scheduled for April 3-6 on the grounds of the Fairmont Southampton, featuring a variety of yoga, wellness classes and workshops. You can pick from 42 master classes and sessions and take part in things like wisdom talks, meditation, qigong and ecstatic dance, according to a festival press release (we had to look up “qigong,” which translates to “life energy cultivation”). Teachers and presenters include Elena Browner of Virayoga; Kia Miller of Radiant Body Yoga; Rusty Wells of Bhakti Flow; Beryl Bender Birch of The Hard & Soft Yoga Institute; and Nischala Joy Devi of Yoga of the Heart.

Travelers can buy an all-access pass to the festival for $505. Day passes are available from $45-$445. Check it out at www.bermudayogafestival.com

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