Try Yoga And Help Nepal

Vishal-Teaching-Ashtanga-Yoga-Class
Teacher Vishal (pictured) from our Shala will lead an hour of Ashtanga Yoga at the upcoming Yogathon for World Peace to raise money for Nepal following its devastating earthquake last year. Get in early for an exclusive deal on tickets for our students.

If you’ve ever wanted to try other yoga styles, and are passionate about helping to effect World Peace,  there is a wonderful opportunity to do both at the Yogathon for World Peace on May 22 2016.

Various yoga styles including Ashtanga Yoga will be taught at the event throughout the day in hourly intervals. Senior Teacher Vishal from our Centre will teach the Ashtanga Yoga component.

Vishal will teach Ashtanga alongside others teaching Pranayama & Meditation, Yin Yoga, Slow Flow Vinyasa, Dynamic Hatha, Kundalini Yoga, Power Vinyasa & Yoga Nidra.

The Yogathon is a fundraiser follow up to last year’s fundraising for survivors of Nepal’s devastating earthquake in April 2015, in which over 8,000 people died and 21,000 injured.

Shortly after the quake, sex-worker traffickers flooded into Nepal to exploit the chaotic environment and to recruit vulnerable girls who had lost families, homes, or who had otherwise been abandoned due to the earthquake.

100% of profits from the Yogathon will go to rebuilding Nepal after last year’s 2015 earthquake and to ending the vicious cycle of sex slavery.

Yogathons in other parts of the country including Sydney, Byron Bay, Newcastle and the Sunshine Coast will happen at the same time.

Melbourne’s event on Sunday 22 May will be in the CBD from 9am at:

Drill Hall, Multicultural Hub
506 Elizabeth Street
Entry Via Thierry St
Melbourne CBD, Victoria 3000

Our Centre’s students get a special 15% discount off tickets bought before 1 May so get in quick.

Buy earlybird tickets before 1 May

See who is teaching at the event

Join Yogathon on Facebook

Buy tickets to Yogathon For Peace (if buying after earlybird offer ends on April 30)

More about Yogathon For Peace

More about the Ashtanga Yoga Centre of Melbourne

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