IPSDEN’S Om & Bass Wellbeing and Reggae Festival is set to host 120 workshops across seven arenas in Braziers Park this year.

The ‘community-orientated’ event, set in 55 acres of Oxfordshire countryside, will feature yoga, dance, martial arts, meditation, spa treatments, crafts and talks.

The weekend festival, which runs from July 6 to 8, caters for yoga lovers of different abilities and ages, with an array of activities spanning global culture.

Organiser Rach Cox said: “We are super excited to have the amazing ‘Bassmentality Sound System’ with several roots reggae DJs.

“The diversity of the ticket holders, performers, teachers and team members is what really makes this festival.

"Our team members are of all ages and abilities, from all over the world, with a strong representation of the LGBT community.”

The festival markets itself as ‘entirely inclusive in terms of age, ability, financial situation, race, religion, sexual orientation and so on’.

Food at the festival is ‘vegan, cheap and ethical’, with no plastic allowed on site.

The event is set in the grounds of the Braziers Park country house, which was once home to the family of James Bond author Ian Fleming. Rolling Stones star Mick Jagger and artist Marianne Faithfull reportedly shared romantic stays in the grounds.

Ms Cox continued: “It is a down to earth, grass roots, community fun fest with so much to choose from, but there is also enough space to chill out should you wish.

“You do not have to have any involvement in the activities, you can just chill out, soak up the immense atmosphere and enjoy the music in the evening with bubble blowing and fire show play around the epic sun-set camp fire.”

There is no bar, but organisers say attendees are ‘welcome to bring a bottle’.

The toilets are compostable and showers are eco and wood fire heated.

All workshops and free parking, showers and camping are included in the ticket price. Early bird tickets cost £125 until May 15, when prices go up to £145 before another rise to £165 on June 1.

Children under 12 are free.

Stressing that the festival was originally started because of the extortionate cost of comparable events, organiser Rach Cox added: “We offer concessions to those who ask for it”.

Tickets are available at www.omandbass.co.uk.