Houston — By Christina Uticone on February 1, 2011 at 9:00 am
Filed under: fitness, yoga, yoga festival

Texas Yoga Conference: February 25-27

Will you be in Houston the weekend of February 25-27? Are you a yogi looking to connect with others who love the challenge and stimulation of yoga practice? Or are you new to yoga and looking for extra guidance and instruction? No matter what your skill level or your reasons for seeking out a yoga practice, the Texas Yoga Conference is coming to Houston and it is the perfect opportunity to explore this ancient mind-body practice and to learn more about the Texas yoga community. The Texas Yoga conference offers three days of special guests from across the country, local experts, lectures, music and of course, yoga.

The conference opens on Friday night with the Bhakti Bash: Doors open at 5 PM and the evening includes an asana class Dana Flynn, a performance by DJ HyFi, and a kirtan concert with Sean Johnson. Henna tattoos, massage, dancing and door prizes keep the action moving while you mingle and meet other yogis.

The next two days include lectures from over 60 empowering and enlightening yogis from our own backyard here in Houston and beyond. Among the presenters: Jenny Buergermeister and Rhia Robinson from CuraYoga here in Houston, Albina & Roger Rippy from YogaOne Houston, plus famous national “yoga names” like Sadie Nardini, Duncan Wong, Ricky Tran, and Robert Boustany to name just a few; click through to explore the full list of Texas Yoga Conference presenters and their lectures.

What: Texas Yoga Conference 2011, February 25-27.

Where: University of St. Thomas, Jerabeck Athletic Center, 4000 Mount Vernon (map).

Tickets & Parking: Tickets for the Texas Yoga Conference can be purchased online. Tickets for the Friday 2.25 Bhakti Bash or the Saturday 2.26 MC Yogi performance are $25. Full, 3-day conference tickets are $290 and include access to the Friday and Saturday night musical performances. A full day pass for Saturday 2.26 or Sunday 2.27 is $145; half-day passes (8 AM-1 PM or 1 PM-6 PM) are $80. Parking is available at the Jerabeck Athletic Center via the University of St. Thomas parking garage; $2 fee is due upon exiting the garage. Surrounding streets have parking but watch for no parking or permitted parking signs.

You can follow the Texas Yoga Conference on Facebook and Twitter.

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