All set for the 2013 Healing Festival

A weekend of bliss is almost upon us. Pay for entry to the Garden on Saturday and you get in on Sunday for free.

Healing Festival

Don’t forget that tomorrow sees the return of The Healing Festival to the Ventnor Botanic Garden. Ed

All are welcome to the 2013 Healing Festival. This festival will give you an insight into the healing arts.

Discover tree essences, join in meditation, yoga, nia, drumming or didgeridoo workshops or just bring a picnic, relax and take in the therapeutic sounds and wonderful scenery.

There is a great choice of healthy food and invigorating drinks available, using fresh ingredients and local Island produce. We want to give you a mind opening experience so you leave calm, balanced, energized and smiling!

Lots on offer
There is a large play area in the meadow where there will be refreshments, creative workshops, story telling, face painting, magic, relaxation classes … loads of stuff on both days, even a fancy dress parade with a nature theme of ‘flowers, fairies, butterflies and bees!

Entry to the Garden
Entry to the festival is free, but you must pay the regular admission fee to the Botanic Garden.

Maximum admission is £5 for Islanders, £6.75 for visitors for both days and various concessions apply.

As a Healing Festival special offer, pay to get in on the Saturday and Sunday’s FREE. Under 6 are free, Island families £12 / £15 for visitor families for both days.

Once in the garden you are free to walk around the festival site, explore, learn and relax, come and go as you wish over the whole weekend.

Image: © Used with permission of Lucy Boynton Photography

Friday, 9th August, 2013 2:00pm



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Amanda BH

Thanks for the reminder about this. I was getting worried the weather was going downhill, but am told by a friend in Ventnor that the sun is out so I’m heading off to see what’s on offer. Hoping to get my sore back seen to.