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Vermont Be True Yoga Festival 2021

Aug 6, 2021 at 1:00 PM EDT - Aug 8, 2021 at 12:00 PM EDT

$100.00 - $265.00

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Event Details

5th Annual

Vermont Be True Yoga Festival


August 6-8th


Mission: 


Vermont Be True Yoga Festival is a volunteer karma yogi* driven fundraising event to support Vermont Be True, a nonprofit organization that offers yoga, holistic wellness services, and mental health and addictions counseling to at need and underprivileged populations. Vermont Be True Yoga Festival strives to support emotional, spiritual and physical growth and healing for all beings throughout the festival weekend and beyond.


About The Festival:

The Vermont Be True Yoga festival is held at Milldale Farm Center for Wellness in Fairlee, Vermont. Tucked away in a magical valley on a lush and bountiful farm, surrounded by tranquil healing nature and open skies. Escape, experience and explore all that Vermont has to offer. This event will be a three day/two-night fun filled event offering a full curriculum of yoga classes offered at 4 locations around the campus. There will be also be; meditation, music, open-mic., kirtan, spiritual rave, wellness workshops and healing services, inspirational speakers, mindfulness hikes and walks, paddle boarding, horseback riding, tent camping and more! This is a chance to make life-lasting connections with others, make a difference and to reconnect with yourself.

This event is unplugged and a cash only event for vendors---supporting a mindful getaway.


*NO REFUNDS!*

EVENT TAKES PLACE RAIN OR SHINE!


FAQ:https://www.vtbtyogafest.com/faq.html

children are free

if you have food allergies, please bring your own food

No pets (sorry)

Bring everything you need, for all weather types!


Directions (important as if you are traveling from North of us, DO NOT CLICK SHORTEST ROUTE---it will lead you over 4-wheeling trails, follow directions here Stay on paved roads until you reach Blood Brook! https://www.vtbtyogafest.com/directions.html


If you are traveling from North of us from Burlington:


I-89 South


Take Exit 7 (VT-62 E in Berlin/Barre)


Continue on VT-62 E (you will go through Barre City)


Follow US-302 E to VT-25 S in Orange (this will be the roundabout just after the store named: Rolands)


This is where you will lose cell service please follow these directions and NOT your GPS (it will guide you over a 4-wheeling trails without service and you will get stuck!)


Turn Right onto VT-25 S for 17.2 miles


Turn Right onto US-5 S for 8.4 miles (you will drive through the town of Fairlee)


Turn Right onto VT-244 W


Turn Right onto Blood Brook



If you are traveling from North of us from St. Johnsbury Area:


I-91 South


Take Exit 15 (Fairlee/Orford NH)


Turn Left onto Lake Morey Road at the end of the exit ramp


Turn Right onto US-5 S for 2.6 miles


Turn Right onto VT-244 W


Turn Right onto Blood Brook



If you are traveling South of us, you should be good following your GPS, but just in case:


Take Exit 14 (Thetford)


Turn Right onto VT-113 E for 344 feet


Turn Left onto Latham Road for 2.4 miles


Turn Left onto US-5 N for 3.1 miles


Turn Left onto VT-244 W for 2.6 miles


Turn Right onto Blood Brook Road 


What to bring:

Cash for vendors, healing hill and food truck

This is an unplugged event, no wifi and no cell service!

A yoga mat

Your waterbottle

Gear and clothing for hot, sunny, rainy and cold--- you never know

Camping Gear (no bbq, no grills)

A smile :)




COVID-19

We are following the Vermont state regulations--The event is held outdoors--with ample space!

We thank you for your support in keeping each other safe and respecting where people are at in the their own COVID-19 journey.

We will continue to make adjustments as needed as the festival gets closer.

"As of June 14, there are no COVID-19 restrictions or requirements for businesses to follow. Businesses can make their own decisions about whether to require employees or customers to wear masks or be vaccinated..."

"Vermont's high vaccination rates mean the vast majority of Vermonters are protected from the virus and keep the virus from spreading to others. With high vaccination rates and low number of COVID-19 cases, it’s safe for most Vermonters to return to the activities they did before the pandemic."


Travel information for VT & covid-19


Thank you for your understanding and your support!


Find more information at:

vtbtyogafest.com