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Eventbrite - 2014 Sedona Yoga Festival, a consciousness evolution conference

The schedule for SYF2014 is complete. Pre-registration for ticket holders has begun! Buy your All Access Pass now to be among the first to choose your own adventure!

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SEDONA YOGA FESTIVAL | February 6–10, 2014

Deepen your practice and tap into ancient wisdom with three days of yoga, music and energy work in the spiritual center of the West: beautiful Sedona, Arizona. Unlike larger corporate-sponsorship yoga conferences, held in large central facilities with cavernous rooms and hundreds of attendees per class, the SYF2014 schedule was developed specifically with Sedona’s quaint, homey atmosphere in mind. The conference’s rich offering of classes, workshops and events are sprinkled over 21 intimate local venues, with convenient local shuttle service available and a variety of lodging options close at hand. This flexible structure gives you an unparalleled opportunity to weave your own experience in the richly colored cultural and natural tapestry that is Sedona.

Together, the festival’s 108 presenters will facilitate more than 200 classes, workshops and events, from Yoga Nidra to Ecstatic Dance and just about everything in between. Presenters were chosen not purely for their marquis-friendly names, but for the richly layered credentials, commitment to consciousness and unfailing authenticity that resonate in Sedona’s spiritually charged environment. Among them are acclaimed author/teacher Mark Whitwell, Yoga Journal Co-Founder Rama Vernon, Kundalini masters Ana Brett and Ravi Singh, best-selling spiritual author Sunny Dawn Johnston and more than 100 yogis, healers, artists, authors, musicians, shamans, scientists, philosophers and performers.

Workshops and music are everywhere: spas, studios, ballrooms, banquet halls, theaters, chapels and beyond. At the hub of this creative collective is Heart Center Village, a lively central gathering area where you can enjoy healthy food and drink, conscious vendors, live music and a host of free, open-to-public activities. You’re also encouraged to set aside time to embrace your surroundings, which include some of the most breathtaking high desert landscapes in the world. With more than four million annual visitors, Sedona is a mecca for hikers, bikers, artists and spiritual seekers. Rich in energy “vortexes,” the area has long been known for its inspiring, regenerative powers—making it the ideal place to take your practice to the next level.


Bronze Sculpture, 2009, by John M. Soderberg, Ph.D. Designed by John M. Soderberg and Gil Gillenwater Commissioned by Gil Gillenwater

Bronze Sculpture, 2009, by John M. Soderberg, Ph.D.
Designed by John M. Soderberg and Gil Gillenwater
Commissioned by Gil Gillenwater