This site is in the process of being updated for 2017. Please bare with us as we update various dates, facts and figures (25.11.16).
Now in its ninth year, Surya Yoga Camp is about getting away, trying new forms of yoga and movement and finding harmony, within yourself and with those around you. It’s a small festival which takes place once a year and welcomes families and single visitors alike.
In 2017 the festival will be held over the late May bank holiday from 26th – 31st May at Chyan Cultural Centre, Nr Falmouth, Cornwall. Arrivals Friday 26th (afternoon), workshops from Saturday to Tuesday all day, departures Wednesday 31st (morning).
Surya is incredibly lucky to be based at Chyan Cultural Centre; an eleven acre site deep in the Cornish countryside. Ideal for retreats and for returning to nature, some of the land is wild, some is nature reserve and there is plenty of flat meadow for camping. Chyan has two large, modern barns for classes plus several marquees. We are blessed to be able to hold the festival in such a beautiful, peaceful and positive space. https://chyan.org/
Surya is a great place to expand your yoga horizons; whether you are a lifelong yogi or a newcomer; from early meditation practice to kirtan evenings – diversity and exploration are able to flourish in our non-judgemental space.
All of our teachers are here because they love what they do. They have been specially selected for their enthusiasm, their skill and their dedication to yoga or chosen discipline. They are all qualified and experienced. Not only that, but they all come and work on an exchange basis, which is what helps to keep the cost of the festival low. Without their generosity of spirit, Surya would be an entirely different event and I thank them for being prepared to offer their services to a new venture and bring their energy to hold the space.
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SURYA is particularly geared towards being safe and enjoyable for families. The whole site is Drug and Alcohol free and we are sorry that we do not allow dogs. We also have a ‘Peace and quiet time’ for everyone from 10pm onwards. This means that those with young children are able to get well deserved rest. For night owls there will be spaces you can use for quiet company. If you do not like any of these policies then please choose nearly any other festival where you can drink, smoke, drum etc. On arrival you will be asked to sign a site agreement which relates to the above.