Soul Circus Yoga Festival: Cotswolds, England


Have you ever been to the Cotswolds in England?  
This lovely countryside is a far cry from close but oh so far away London.  The rolling hills, manors, and quaint towns will have you coming back as much as you can manage!

Have you ever been to a yoga festival on a lady's farm in the Cotswolds in England?
IF the answer is NO then Hashtag 59 seriously recommends you consider heading there for the one of a kind and truly unique Soul Circus Yoga Festival in 2018!

The when to go, where to stay, and what to do's of this post have all been handled for you...Go to Soul Circus, Stay and Camp at Soul CIrcus, and do yoga, take long walks, meet incredible people from all over the world, and bask in the beauty that is this amazing experience!

Mike R was grateful he was able to attend in 2016 as you can see above but today's post goes to Jered S!  

Mike R was grateful he was able to attend in 2016 as you can see above but today's post goes to Jered S!  

Jered S is the owner of Yoga Warrior Wear; one of the most innovative and incredible companies around. His quest for authenticity of the brand and quality of the product is what every business owner should strive and hope to deliver customers. 
He's also a world traveler and will share his adventures on here but today Jered shares his thoughts on what Soul Circus is.

Make sure you check YWW out HERE and take it away Jered!

Getting set up for Soul Circus 2018!

Getting set up for Soul Circus 2018!

As I was packing up from what felt like a weekend of mental, physical, and spiritual fulfillment, I overheard a mother and daughter asking about next year's event and watched as they eagerly purchased early bird tickets for 2018. Regardless of schedules and calendars; the two threw caution to the wind to ensure one thing; they would be coming back to the Circus next year!

What makes Soul Circus so different from other festivals out there? I suspect that it's because it doesn't feel like a festival. It feels like a family reunion. I don't know what the percentage of repeat participants is, but anecdotally, I certainly recognized a handful of people (often, by name!)  that made the pilgrimage across England to attend. 


It's a small intimate environment, where people let go and regain their trust in others. They allow themselves to be vulnerable; try new classes, meet new people, and share different thoughts without the fear of judgement and ridicule of peers.


When a gathering of like-minded people come together in a field to celebrate the simple things in life like good food and health in an intricately balanced setting of indulgence and mindfulness; it feels like family. It's the reason the mother and daughter were securing their spot for next year, the reason I travel so far to get there, and the reason the overwhelming staff of volunteers are so happy to help.


Have you been to England?  How about a yoga festival?
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