On Sunday 18th February, all proceeds from Louise’s Sunday Mysore class at Astanga Yoga London will be donated to Solace Women’s Aid, a charity which supports women and children in London “to build safe and strong lives… free from male abuse and violence.”
Come and join us for practice and show your support for this excellent charity. Doors will be open (and you are welcome to practise) from 5.00am. Teaching will begin at 7.00am. Please finish your practice by 11.00am. See you there!
About Solace Women’s Aid
Solace Women’s Aid’s vision is of a world where women and children live their lives free from domestic and sexual abuse.
Solace Women’s Aid exists to bring an end to the harm done through domestic and sexual violence to all survivors and in particular women and children. Our work is holistic and empowering, working alongside survivors to achieve independent lives free from abuse.
Solace Women’s Aid’s core values reflect our history and were developed in consultation with staff, service users, and trustees. We are:
Women and children focused and empowering
Diverse and anti-discriminatory in all our practice
Committed to service users having a central voice within the organisation
Feminist in our understanding of domestic and sexual violence
Committed to continuous improvement
On Sunday 12th November, all the proceeds from Louise’s 7.30 – 11.00am Mysore class will be given to Birth Companions, a unique charity which supports women experiencing severe disadvantage during pregnancy, birth and early parenting. Come and practise and help support this amazing charity.
Pushpam Issue 3 is now available to buy. It centres on that unavoidable human condition of suffering. The word for suffering in Sanskrit – duḥkha – means “bad space” and many of the stories in this issue aim to give us ways to see our suffering more clearly, understand it and even ultimately let it go. As life brings both misery and happiness, this issue includes cartoons, a recipe, a book review, a secret bookmark and a postcard. 5 golden tickets are also hidden amongst the first print run…