Yoga For All York
Iyengar Yoga teacher Laura Potts has put together an amazing looking event in aid of our Yoga for Bhopal project with participatory, informative and entertaining activities including: Restorative, relaxing Iyengar yoga session suitable for all; Indian snacks and warm chai; dance performance by Zoobin Surty Company dancers; a Yoga quiz with prizes; a display about work of The Bhopal Medical Appeal
Saturday 1 December, from 5.30- 7pm. Clement’s Hall, Nunthorpe Road, York, YO23 1BW on
Generous donations welcome. To confirm a place, contact: firstname.lastname@example.org
Yoga for Bhopal- Solidarity in Ireland
On Sunday 2nd December Red River Yoga will host a Yoga Class with Marion at their beautiful Swynnerton Lodge venue on the banks of the River Boyne in County Meath. After the class there will be hot chai and all are welcome.
Sunday 2 December 2018, 4pm. Swynnerton Lodge, Slane Road, Blackcastle, Navan, Co. Meath.
Pay by Donation. All Proceeds to Bhopal Medical AppealFor further information: Red River Yoga Events
Marion Gilsenan (+353) 087-624827 or Danny Cusack (+353) 085-7396938
A Collection for the Bhopal Medical Appeal
At her yoga classes during this week, Adele Robertson will be collecting donations for our appeal:
“The clinics funded by this charity are doing great work to help those suffering. The fourth generation of Bhopal residents since the disaster are still affected. Please bring your contributions to class so we can do our bit to contribute to the Ayuervedic and Yoga therapy clinic. Thank you.”
Adele runs classes in Somerset and one of her students was recently in India and lucky enough to make time for a visit to the Sambhavna Trust Clinic:
“Thank you so much for getting in touch with Sathyu and organising our visit to the Sambhavna Clinic last week. He is a very inspirational man and the work they do is truly amazing.
“I had no idea that they had a production facility for Ayurvedic medicines or about the amount of research they do and the work in the community. We were also able to talk to a British volunteer which was very interesting too.
“It has been brilliant to talk to our yoga groups with first-hand knowledge about the work they do and hopefully encourage them to help and donate more.”
Our thanks go to all past, present, and future participants and supporters of our Yoga for Bhopal project.