Wellbeing

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A space to learn, grow, connect and inspire!

Good Vibrations Society offers a weekend of regeneration and deep connection for those that seek it out. Sitting at the heart of the event is an ethos of personal development, community and connection to nature, each other and to ourselves.

The Root

The Root is our space onsite dedicated to connection; with self and with community. Opening and closing with cacao fuelled ceremonies and offering free Yoga and meditation classes each morning, workshops each afternoon, talks dotted throughout the day and music each evening. This will be the heart of the festival where someone will always welcome you.

Classes, Workshops, Talks, Music

Hosted by Yard Yoga

Yard Yoga is a dynamic yoga studio in Forest Row, Sussex, the heart of the Ashown Forest. The studio was founded by two sisters, Sarah Campbell-Lloyd and Daphne Harman-Clarke in 2014 to provide a welcoming, warm and natural space for the community to practice yoga in. They believe that yoga classes should be accessible to everyone and it is never too late to start. They provide a wide range of classes including hot yoga, yin yoga, vinyasa yoga, Hatha yoga and pregnancy yoga as well as soundbath, master classes and other workshops. The studio is part of a vibrant hub of independent businesses at the yard which creates a great sense of community, health and wellbeing.

Food & Drink

Good Vibrations Society is packed full of fresh, healthy and hearty food and drink from vegan and vegetarian food stalls to our seated vegetarian restaurant run by The Seasons Kitchen in Forest Row.

Wild Swimming

Awaken your senses with a serene swim in this beautiful location, we believe this represents the perfect start to a perfect day.

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Aerynn

With a “breathtaking voice” that “lulls you into a blissful trance”, Aerynn is an American-born singer-songwriter creating music in the North of England.  Socially awkward and shy but with no qualms about singing vulnerable and real songs to others, songwriting has always been aerynn’s therapy as a process to feel less alone in this strange…

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S-bars

S-bars (they/them) is a queer spoken word/movement artist and actor from the UK. Their work is often raw, reflective and comedic. Catering to all audiences, their work empowers listeners and leaves you wanting more.  As well as performing at Prides across the UK, S-bars regularly features and headlines at events. They’ve performed and facilitated writing & poetry workshops for the…

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Ashdown Forest Foundation

Covering over 10 square miles, Ashdown Forest is one of the largest open access areas in Southeast England. Situated within the High Weald Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty, its lowland heathland and deciduous woodland habitats are home to many rare and threatened species. With a rich human history from Kings and commoners to smuggling and…

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The Root opening ceremony with cacao

Begin your festival weekend in The Root. Come together as a group, enjoy a hit of ceremonial-grade cacao and dance your way into the weekend.  Cacao’s reputation is that of a gentle yet powerful Earth medicine, containing many beneficial nutrients and goodness, perfect for these times. Cacao has been known to open your heart, create…

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