What is Ohana Fest?
A festival inspired by yoga, music, meditation, family, community, dance, art, food, animals, and outdoor activities. Yoga and meditation sessions, music, and other events will take place throughout the property including the petting farm.
Do I have to pay to come to the festival?
No, Ohana Fest is free and open to the public. Please enjoy the music can vendors. If you would like to take a class you can pay at the door!
What are we celebrating?
Ohana Fest is a celebration of life, family, and community.
Ohana Fest is a family festival which incorporates yoga, meditation, outdoor activities and family togetherness.
What is yoga?
Yoga is an ancient practice that leads to a healthy body, peace of mind, joy in your heart and a liberation of your soul.
Do I have to know anything about yoga to attend?
No, beginners are more than welcome, Ohana Fest is the perfect setting for you to learn more about yoga.
What kind of classes can I expect?
Right now there are over 50 yoga, meditation, and mindfulness classes for the entire family, as well as other activities scheduled throughout the day with local teachers. Almost every class is family friendly.
Ohana Fest will have something for everyone - classes for infants, to toddlers, pre-teens, teens, and adults. Many different styles and lineages, as well as a variety of classes to enjoy.
All ages and beginners and practiced yogis are welcome.
Can I practice with my child?
Yes, it is encouraged to practice with your family. There are many family classes on the schedule throughout the day and most classes are family friendly. We want you to get together and connect.
What if I don't have a family?
We’ve got you covered. There are classes for everyone, you can come alone or with your friends, there is something for everybody.