The Santosa Living Yoga and Bhakti Camp is a two week Yoga celebration set in the heart of the beautiful Somerset countryside. With a jammed packed daily schedule of yoga from over 40 experienced teachers, expect everything from Womb to Women's Yoga, Kashmiri, Kundalini, Laughter, Yoga Nidra and of course all the usual favourites too.

Founded by Umi Dinsmore-Tuli,  Santosa was formed from a seedling dream some 12 years ago with a view to creating a more family-friendly UK Yoga Camp. When Jacob Jones of the Glastonbury Healing Fields got wind of the idea, he offered his land and festival structures; and in 2001 the first Santosa was born.

Family and friends are at the heart of camp’s focus, and thanks to Santosa’s inclusive programme, yogis, yoginis and their children can play freely from dawn until dust. Run mostly on the hard work of volunteers and Bhakti yogis, the spirit of community makes the Santosa experience particularly special. Come rain or shine three delicious meals are prepared and eaten together every day (included in the ticket price), along with may other offerings like Joyful Harmony singing, Intimacy workshops, Gong Baths and Biodanza – all contributed by, and for the community.

Lorraine will be offering special women's classes during the festival. Exact time and dates to be confirmed.

For more information: www.santosayogacamp.co.uk

Santosa Yoga Camp, The Healing Field Meadow, Ridge Lane, Near Shepton Mallet, BA4 4PF, UK

The Healing Field Meadow is on Ridge Lane, between Shepton Mallet and Pilton. It is two miles from the centre of Shepton.