Beneath the Baobabs presents KISIMA Festival! A transformational wellness experience, spanning four days in the tranquility of beautiful Kilifi.
From Thursday afternoon (21st October) to Sunday morning (24th October), the 50-acre Beneath the Baobabs festival venue will be transformed into an oasis of peace, joy and relief for you and your loved ones. Come celebrate life and all its wonders!
KISIMA Festival is a space dedicated to holistic practices, workshops and discussions centred around creating space for human connection, creativity and mutual understanding. This event is dedicated to the well-being of mind, body, and soul.
Our practitioners and workshop leaders are some of the best wellness professionals in Kenya. There will be a wide range of offerings available from sunrise to sunset. So whether you are an experienced yogi or a complete newbie - there is something for everyone.
Your four-day ticket allows you to access *all* workshops, talks, events, and classes. There will be a wide range of scheduled offerings on-site as well as the opportunity to enjoy the stunning location.
In addition to all our workshops and classes, you can enjoy our food and vendors area, selling a range of healthy options. There is also a water slide and shower swings to enjoy while you cool off. Children are more than welcome - there will be places to be creative and join in the festivities!
As we celebrate, we want to lovingly remember that we can all be the change we want to see in the world.
We invite you to join the movement!
Scheduled for: 21 October 2021 ~ 24 October 2021
Payment services for this event are available through our partnership with AER Africa. To complete payment, you will need to sign into your AER Africa account - it's free.
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