The region's largest family-friendly yoga festival is coming to Dubai

XYoga is taking place at Kite Beach

The region's largest family-friendly yoga festival is coming to Dubai

The region's largest yoga festival is coming to Dubai on Thursday 21 and Friday 22 February.

The two-day family-friendly yoga extravaganza will take place at Kite Beach and is absolutely free.

Get your – and the kids – yogi on at the end of February when an enormous yoga festival lands at Kite Beach.

There will be a cool programme of over 50 classes, workshops, meditation sessions and talks to take part in, all headed up by well-known holistic faces including Sjana Elise and Jacob Manning.

Throughout the two days, experienced and beginner yogis can immerse themselves in a variety of practices that cater to all levels with classes ranging from tranquil meditation sessions to gravity defying Acroyoga, which this year will include a fun-filled family class.

In addition, little ones and their parents can take part in Dad & Me classes and Mummy & Me classes, too.

This will be the fourth edition of the yoga festival, which will kick off with a mass yoga class lead by Bollywood film actress and model Esha Gupta at 8am on the first day of the event.

But it's not all about the downward dog, the festival village will feature local venture Ripe Market, which will host an array of retail activations by home-grown and international specialist yoga brands, a variety of nutrition focused outlets offering healthy and organic options, as well as artisanal products by local entrepreneurs.

Plus a dedicated children’s area will host Yoga for Kids classes alongside entertainment and activities for young yogis to keep the kiddos entertained.
Free. Thu Feb 21- Fri Feb 22. www.xyogadubai.com.

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