Where is the Port Adelaide Yoga Festival held?
The Bendigo Yoga Festival takes place May 8th-9th in the Port Adelaide Masonic Hall. The Festival is an all weather event with yoga classes held entirely indoors.
How do I get to the Adelaide Yoga Festival?
Taking Public Transport to the Yoga Festival.
We recommend the train. Get on the Outer Harbor line from Adelaide City which then stops at Port Adelaide, it only takes about 20 minutes! It is then about a beautiful 15 minute walk to Hart’s Mill.
However, there are some good bus links as well. The best bus would be the 150 which leaves from Currie Street and takes about 40 – 45 minutes.
Do I need previous yoga experience to attend the festival?
Not at all. Many people first yoga class has been at the Port Adelaide Yoga Festival. The festival encompasses many styles of yoga and instructors that cater for all levels of yogi from new to advanced.
How much are festival tickets?
Single class passes start at just $20 or you can enjoy unlimited yoga for any one day of the festival for $35 or indulge with a full weekend of unlimited yoga and festival activities for only $65.
What is included in festival entry?
All festival yoga classes and activities including meditation, workshops, kirtan and more are included with one or two day entry.
Do I need to register for classes?
Simply arrive 15mins prior to your class and line up to attend no prior registration is necessary.
Are children welcome at the festival?
There are no kids yoga classes being facilitated this year. Supervised children are welcome at the event but we recommend yoga classes are only attended by those over 16.
Is there free parking at the event?
Yes there is ample free parking at Harts Mill.
What kind of yoga is at the festival?
The Port Adelaide Yoga Festival features over 40 different yoga and mindfulness sessions.
Do I need to bring anything?
To get the most out of the festival we recommend brining your own matt, blanket and yoga block if you have them. Some matts will be available on the door. Be sure to dress warmly for the cooler weather.