It’s Earth Day weekend and what better way to celebrate than head to the beach in Santa Monica for a weekend full of yoga, music, organic food and more. Starting bright and early this Friday at 8AM the Tadasana festival begins.
What is Tadasana?
60 World Class Yoga Teachers
- 32 Incredible Music Acts performing in yoga classes and at night
- 40 Amazing Speakers in The Daily Love Lounge
- An Eco-Village featuring 70 Booths
- Top Artists, Organic Food Court, the Santa Monica Beach + Unparalleled Fun
The Tadasana Festival of Yoga & Music is a three-day transformative experience in Santa Monica, CA, to be held over Earth Day Weekend, April 20-22, 2012. Attendees will be able to choose from 60 master teachers offering 75+ classes and workshops with live, in-class musical performances by artists from around the world, as well as dozens of lectures and an eco-conscious shopping market in an outstanding location, a mere five-minute walk from the famed Santa Monica Pier.
The Tadasana Village, located at the edge of the beach facing the Pacific Ocean, will feature five themed yoga tents, The Daily Love Lounge Lecture Dome, artwork, chill zones, an organic food court, 60+ booths of eco-goodness and so much more!
Tadasana will treat attendees to an outstanding community experience, featuring world-class yoga and one-of-a-kind musical events, in a city that has become the epicenter of yoga in America. A typical day begins around 8 am with beach strolls, smoothies, organic food and of course, yoga. Morning meditations will be on tap for early risers. Throughout the day, attendees choose from a variety of classes, workshops and lectures. In addition to practicing yoga, the Tadasana Village will offer an awesome place for people to connect, shop, eat and hang.
Lucky for me I live close, so I’ll be biking it down to the event. If you do live a bit farther try to find alternative means of transportation, take the bus or at least carpool with a friend.
You can get detailed information on their website. http://www.tadasanafestival.com/
|Green Girls Correspondent ~ Beth Whitfield
Contributing Editor / Green Guru for TheGreenGirls.com. Beth Whitfield is an expert in Interior Design + Eco Design + Sustainable Construction.
Yes, I used the "E" word. Eco is not as scary as you think. People who are concerned about the environment come from a lot of different backgrounds. I love trees but I don't spend that much time hugging them. I am not a huge fan of camping. I don't have dreadlocks. I don't weave my own clothes out of hemp. But I am still concerned with the state of the environment and am passionate about making a difference. My goal is to do things within my power to make the earth a better place. ….more