The SYF Conscious Expo / Vendor Village is open to the public, and a great way to get a taste of the best mindful businesses in Sedona.
Telling stories is Manoj Chalam’s calling. He started importing Hindu statues to the U.S. 21 years ago, and it wasn’t long before the job morphed into one that would end up defining his life. Manoj...
Part of what makes SYF so unique is the landscape we’re grateful to call home. Mindful participation in nature *is* a type of yoga.
The Conscious Expo brings together local vendors, regional small businesses, and national mindful mainstays. Read on for a special gift!
Presenter Janet Farnsworth is all about reframing our relationship to the body, and how the physical self can be a conduit to the divine.
Dr. Tequilla Hill brings her experience as a psychotherapist to guide her yoga participants back into self-compassion and grace.
Shanna Small was trained in Ashtanga, but has found that adapting tradition and letting go of rigidity is a crucial practice in grace.
For SYF22 presenter Allé K, holding space for trans yoga students and people of all backgrounds is a step toward collective liberation.
Fern Conn is just one of the incredible teachers joining the SYF2022 lineup this June. Tickets are on sale now!
The definition of what trauma-informed yoga means is ever-evolving — just like SYF’s signature training offering. Join us this June 2–5!
SYF2022 presenter Hawah Kasat is a renaissance teacher in terms of unique and mind-shifting offerings. Join him and others in person this June!
International teacher Desiree Rumbaugh is on a quest to remind folks of all ages that you’re never too old for a physical practice. Learn from her in person at SYF this June!
When we make space for each other’s differing opinions — and share in community with folks who think differently than we do — we create grace.
Music is an integral part of the SYF experience. DJ Crisanto Santa Ana shares why he’s excited for June, and why you won’t want to miss it.
With new programming ideals and a brand new home, Sedona Yoga Festival is the season’s most not-to-miss event. Here’s why.
The winter solstice is a time of contemplation on what “light” means, and how we both create and move toward it.
Making plans fosters optimism and a sense of the future, which has been proven to help combat depression and make life more meaningful.
Yoga asks how we may be of service. This holiday season, consider paying it forward to these local Sedona charities.
After a two year hiatus, the Sedona Yoga Festival is back! Our theme for 2022: Give It Up For Grace. Read on for more.
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