Monday, 12 June 2017
Last autumn my yoga teaching was transformed when I attended Strala Yoga intensive in London with Tara Stiles and I had the 'aha' moment when everything I felt about how I should share my love of yoga fell into place.
In London I also sat on the next mat to Niraj Shah who set up The Present of Yoga and this week I read about Our Mala on his Instagram page.
Here I found something else I was looking for - a way of using yoga to give back.
From this month I will be sending all the profits from my last Thursday class of each month to Our Mala to help support traumatised refugee women heal by providing free specialised yoga classes.
If you want to help support this work then join me in a very gentle @stralayoga flow on Thursday June 29 at Holy Trinity Workshop in Formby.
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