Join for a relaxing and nourishing weekend of intention, connection and yoga! Teton Yoga Festival, scheduled for September 8th-10th will be held at Moose Creek Ranch in Teton Valley, ID. A Leaders of Unity ticket option will kick off the festival weekend on September 7th, with a farm to table dinner featuring local organic farms, a regional chef, and guest speakers, along with live music.
The 3-day festival will have multiple classes and workshops to choose from, as well as inspiring lectures, intimate talks, music and dance. Onsite there will be a pop up restaurant and food vendors, all sourcing from local organic farms, as well as an outdoor healing sanctuary offering massage and other wellness services. Select market vendors will be selling goods and services that contribute to sustainability and the quality of life.
The Teton Yoga Festival is paving the way for the yoga community, inspiring deeper individual and community experiences that ripple out into the world. The festival is intended to be an intimate retreat, with a mission to honor the true nature of yoga, which is union. Teachers, presenters, and vendors, are being selected with the intention to bring about a deep conscious experience of union. Union with our planet, each other, and the source that connects us all.
The festival is committed to making a local and global impact and will be partnering with two non profit organizations. A portion of proceeds from the festival will be donated to Mountain Roots Education, a local nonprofit that focuses on bringing gardens and greenhouses into our local schools, and educating about sustainable living. "When a child has the experience of growing and eating their own food, it makes an impact and stays with them forever," says Hayes Swinney, Executive Director of Mountain Roots Education.
The festival will be held at the Moose Creek Ranch in Victor, ID. Moose Creek Ranch provides resort style comfort and treatment. “It is the perfect location for the festival as it provides an opportunity for an intimate experience while being immersed in nature,” says TYF Co-founder Crystal Borup.
Whether you're a local to the area, or visiting for the weekend, this is a great opportunity to deepend your connection to nature and the yoga community!