Top 10 tips to make the Tucson Yoga Festival OMAZING!


1. Bring your mat!

This is a BYOM event. While you’re at it, feel free to bring personal blankets, blocks or any other yoga paraphernalia that will enhance your practice!

2. Don’t forget the sunscreen!

Even in October in Tucson, we must be mindful of the sun.

3. Are you beloved of mosquitos?

It might be a great idea to pack some bug spray in your bag. FYI- the first 150 registrations receive a free bag!

4. Stop at the welcome / info booth!

Everyone practicing needs a wristband and a waiver signed. You can do that in advance right here:

Register Now!

5. Bring some moola for a delicious lunch.


This year, we have Tucson’s premier food truck, Enjoyabowls,  on-site to serve up real good vegan food for you and keep you fueled for the day! Click here to view their menu.

food menu

6. Check out the schedule and plan your day in advance.


We have 4 different areas, with over 20 different teachers. Classes range from movement to meditation to discussion and there is something for everyone. The biggest problem of the day will be deciding how to spend your time!

Classes and Schedule

7. Plan to spend some time with our vendors!

We have some amazing community partners and they help make the festival possible. Stop by and see what the Tucson community has to offer!

8. Be aware of parking!

You may need to park at a lot further away from the actual festival. Give yourself time to find a parking spot. 

9. Remember, this is an outdoor practice.

We will be in the sun, out in the grass, with nature surrounding us. Bring water, the aforementioned sunscreen and dress for the October Tucson weather!

10. Bring that attitude of gratitude!

Each of the teachers and volunteers are working their asanas off to make your experience great. They are all offering to serve the community, free of charge. In the yoga festival world, this is unheard of. Thank them for their time and commitment to Tucson!

This is a leave no trace event. Please dispose of waste properly. Be considerate of others. No glass bottles, pets, slacklines, hoops, etc.