MOYO’s Festival 108: A Summer Solstice Celebration of Love, Transformation, Elevation and Empowerment
After enjoying an opening speech from progressive State Senator Daylin Leach, attendees can choose from 15 different yoga classes, including Pete Guinosso’s “Morning Cup of Vinyasa” and Maura Manzo’s “Wheels of
Life: Understanding and Applying the Chakra System”. Portland-based Bibi McGill hosts “Love and Gratitude” and an ecstatic, conscious dance party. Guest teachers also include Moondog Yoga founder June Hunt, Natalie Levine, Mark Moliterno, Kyra Anastasia and Kate Goodyear.
A percentage of ticket sales will be donated to Team Red, White and Blue, a nonprofit that helps veterans connect to their communities through social and physical activity. A special class will be taught by CJ Keller, of the Veterans Yoga Project.
The Whiskeyhickon Boys will provide music to groove to while sound healer Harold Smith will give the audience music for meditation. A kids’ tent will offer activities exclusively for the younger set, and kids under 12 attend free.
“It’s all about good vibes,” says festival founder Maureen Priest. “I hope people leave Festival 108 with a smile on their faces and feel more connected to one another and the larger community.”
Local sponsors include Natural Awakenings magazine; Women Grow; Alyssa Walters, Doterra Wellness Advocate; Pranic Healing Penn; Legend Soap Company; Chava Juice; Jeffery Miller Catering and the Center of Integrated Health.
Cost: $60 prior to May 18; $70 thereafter; $80 at the do or. Tickets can be purchased online. Location: 4335 West Skippack Pk, Schwenksville. For more information, call MOYO at 610-584-1108, email [email protected] or visit Moyo-Yoga.com/festival-108.
May 2016 Issue