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About the Devon Yoga Festival

The Devon Yoga Festival is an annual, not-for-profit and non-commercial event that celebrates and embraces the holistic practices of yoga. The festival is set in an idyllic location in Devon, UK and offers comfortable residential accommodation, delicious vegetarian cuisine and a full timetable of inspiring yoga workshops, talks, music and kirtan.
The festival was created in 2011 by Duncan Hulin, who is the founder and director of the Devon School of Yoga. In response to the growing popularity of yoga, Duncan wanted to create a new festival that was purely about yoga, offering a range of teachings from all traditions and styles.
This event is not-for-profit and non-commercial with proceeds going to the Ganga Prem (unique spiritually orientated cancer hospice) in Rishikesh, North India and also the Glacier Trust (developing sustainable practices in Nepalese hill farming communities).
Devon Shool of Yoga
The Glacier Trust
Ganga Prem Hospice
Devon Yoga Festival is created and organised by the Devon School of Yoga.
The festival is a not-for-profit and non-commercial event - supporting charities Ganga Prem Hospice and The Glacier Trust
Devon Yoga Festival has now raised £10,566 for the charities we support