Yoga Events and Happenings | Kilifi Wellness Festival

Four days of aerial, SUP, yoga, hula hooping, meditation and wellness workshops
on the white sands of Bofa Beach.

The festival opens with a short welcome ceremony at 11am on Thursday 7th January. The remaining four days will be filled with yoga and wellness, workshops and wonderfulness, sunshine and happiness.

Expect laughter yoga, aerial yoga, animal totems, SUP yoga, floating meditation, coastal flow, aerial acrobatics, sunrise specials, power yoga, aerial flow and more.

Workshops include head-wrap, arm balance, hula hoop, injury prevention and stress resilience.

The festival will end with a yoga flow and closing ceremony on Sunday 10th January.

All levels welcome. Let’s laugh together!

Thursday, January 7th

11:00am Opening Ceremony

12:30pm lunch at Salty’s (not included)

4:00-5:00pm Laughter Yoga

5:15-6:15pm Aerial Yoga: Power

6:30-8:00pm Shamanic Wisdom Animal Totems Workshop

Friday, January 8th

6:00-7:00am Mandala Yoga

7:15-8:15am Floating Meditation

9:00-10:00am Stand Up Paddle Board Yoga

10:30-12:30pm Hatha & Headwrapping Workshop

2:30-4:30pm Hula Hoop Creation & Flow Workshop

5:00-6:00pm Vinyasa + Yin Yoga

6:15-7:15pm Coastal Flow​

Saturday, January 9th

6:00-7:00am Sunrise HathAlign

7:15-8:15am Aerial Yoga: Yin

9:00-10:00am Stand Up Paddle Board Yoga

10:30-12:30pm Stress Resilience N&S Workshop

2:30-4:30pm Arm Balance Workshop

5:00-6:00pm Intro to Aerial Acrobatics

6:15-7:15pm Steady & Strong Yoga Flow

Sunday, January 10th

6:00-7:00am Meditative Movement

7:15-8:15am Hatha and Vinyasa Yoga

9:00-10:00am Stand Up Paddle Board Yoga

10:30-12:30pm Get into the Splits Workshop

2:30-4:30pm Injury Prevention Workshop

5:00-6:00pm Aerial Yoga: Flow

6:30pm Closing Ceremony

Early bird rates until 20 December 2020:

One day pass: 3,000 Ksh

Festival pass: 9,000 Ksh


Event Dates:

Scheduled for: 7 January 2021 ~ 10 January 2021


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About The Region

North Coast

North Coast

Stretching from Nyali to Malindi, the North Coast is known for its long white beaches, its trading history and its Swahili ruins. Highlights include Tana River Delta, Malindi Marine National Park, Watamu Marine National Park, Arabuko Sokoke Forest, Mida Creek and Gede Ruins.

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Where To Stay

Salty’s Kitesurf Village
Established in 2019, Salty’s is on Bofa Beach, Kilifi. The resort has whitewashed coastal rooms, beachfront gardens and a popular beach bar and restaurant. Salty’s is known for kite surfing, great seafood, sustainable ethos and a relaxed atmosphere.

The superior suite is on the

Established in 2019, Salty’s is on Bofa Beach, Kilifi. The resort has whitewashed coastal rooms, beachfront gardens and a popular beach bar and restaurant. Salty’s is known for kite surfing, great seafood, sustainable ethos and a relaxed atmosphere. The superior suite is on the ...

Distant Relatives Backpackers and Ecolodge
This eco-friendly and hospitable lodge opened in 2012. A short walk from Kilifi Creek and its own private beach, the lodge promotes socially conscious living, environmentally friendly practices, adventure and parties.

The wide range of accommodation comprises 11 en-suite bandas, 4 private rooms, 5 safari tents, 2 dormitories and a

This eco-friendly and hospitable lodge opened in 2012. A short walk from Kilifi Creek and its own private beach, the lodge promotes socially conscious living, environmentally friendly practices, adventure and parties. The wide range of accommodation comprises 11 en-suite bandas, 4 private rooms, 5 safari tents, 2 dormitories and a ...

Mnarani Club
On the opposite side of the bridge from Kilifi, Mnarani Club looks out on the creek. The name, meaning lighthouse, refers to the hotel’s position at the entrance to the creek. The hotel’s infinity pool appears to be tumbling into the creek.

There

On the opposite side of the bridge from Kilifi, Mnarani Club looks out on the creek. The name, meaning lighthouse, refers to the hotel’s position at the entrance to the creek. The hotel’s infinity pool appears to be tumbling into the creek. There ...


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