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2016 World Yoga Day

This year we are happy to celebrate International Yoga Day, becoming part of global yoga initiative of Unify.org

Yoga celebrations worldwide!!! :)

Happy to see you on Saturday, the 18th of June, at Yoga & Music Picnic in Greenwich Park, which will be dedicated to Yoga Day.

As usual – 1.5h of Himalayan Hatha & Kriya Yoga, Meditation, followed by music improvisation & food sharing with friends.

We will start at 3pm.

Our Facebook event page: Yoga Day

Our Facebook Yoga & Music in Greenwich Park page

 

Wonderful video about yoga from Unify

 

2014 World Yoga Day memories

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We raised £515 for Oxfam International at World Yoga Day in London!

Thank you dear friends for sharing yoga which makes the difference and creates the wonders for all of us!

Thank you for sharing blissful Yoga and Meditation class!

Thank youOxfam photo

 

Namaste! Get ready for wonderful Om~
We are proud to be joining the World Yoga Day 2014.

WHERE? WHEN?
GLOBAL YOGA MARATHON! Sunday, 23 February, 12pm-2pm (GMT)
On Sunday, the 23rd of February, together with over 50 yoga teachers worldwide we will be sharing yoga in London to support humanitarian action Crisis in Syria: Help Oxfam to save lives!

WHAT WILL BE HAPPENING?
1.15h of Himalayan Hatha & Kriya Yoga and 45min of Meditation will be shared by Lola Lhamo.
All gathered donations will be directed to Oxfam Charity.

WHERE ON THE GLOBE DO WE MEET?
See you at the Royal Free Charity Recreation Club, Fleet Road, Hampstead NW3 5QG.

HOW MUCH SHALL I DONATE?
Please, note, you may donate any amount – it will be directed to Oxfam Charity.
Recommended donation for participation at the World Yoga Day in 2h yoga lesson is 11£, +1£ to Royal Free Charity if you are not the member of the Recreation Club.

Please, donate by clicking Donate below or simply on arrival, and do register, as we will arrange the space to accomodate everybody.



Register for the World Yoga Day 2014 Global Yoga Marathon

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Crisis in Syria: What Oxfam is doing