We struck a good balance again this year as a family unit which gave everyone the opportunity to do the things they wanted to do. I planned ahead and booked another nature run with Nick, having loved it last year, and it didn't disappoint; with a gentle 5k+ around and beyond the festival site I can definitely recommend it - a morning run set off at 9.30 on each of the mornings and cost £5.
Kali Green Yogini - who has reignited my desire to move to Cornwall just so I can take some more of her classes! This year all yoga and meditation classes were free.
There were a few bonuses of being up at 8; one was seeing the sun over a very quiet festival site and another being the post yoga Chai Latte from the Coffee Camper and sitting drinking it in complete peace and quiet before the majority of festival goers headed onto the site.
Jenny Ellinghaus speak about taking yoga on your travels. Now, unfortunately I don't travel beyond driving to see family or pitch up a tent somewhere but the fact it was about yoga made me go along - and I'm glad I did. Jenny spoke about her ongoing travels around the world and how she manages to incorporate yoga into her days on the road. I had to buy her book, Yoga for Travellers, even though I have no travel plans as it is a great read for any yoga lover.
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