Sunday 16th October 2022 @ 11:45 AM - 1:15 PM

Yoga Stops Traffick! Charity Class – £12

Presenter - Yoga Stops Traffick!

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Sunday 16th October 2022

11:45 AM - 1:15 PM

Expect a vibrant taste of India as Yoga Stops Traffick brings their flagship Mysore YST event to the London Om Yoga Show! Each year young survivors of human trafficking lead 108 sun salutations outside the gates of the iconic Mysore Palace in South India, to mark Yoga Stops Traffick and to call for an end to human trafficking.

We will roll out our mats to complete a series of led sun salutations together in solidarity with the young survivors in India. Through this dynamic practice, we will breathe and move together, sending hope and light with each salutation of the sun to those who need it most. The practice will open and close with the traditional Ashtanga yoga opening and closing mantra call and response.

This session is open to all and will include modifications to suit varying abilities. Everyone can take part and every body on every mat counts!

Siobhan McCarthy-Morton, CEO at Adventure Ashram, will also be speaking about this powerful campaign and how you can get involved by donating or supporting through your own yoga sessions.

Yoga Stops Traffick is a global campaign to raise awareness and funds for survivors of human trafficking in India. The money raised supports our Indian grassroots partner, Odanadi, to rescue and rehabilitate survivors of human trafficking, sexual exploitation, slavery, domestic abuse and child marriage.

Ashtanga Yoga is of huge significance to the young people of Odanadi. As part of their rehabilitation program, it has allowed them to reclaim their bodies; build physical and mental strength, and restore a sense of peace, confidence and self-worth.

Now is your chance to make a difference! Join the yoga movement against human trafficking.

Yoga Stops Traffick is managed by the UK based charity Adventure Ashram Reg. Charity Number: 1122629.

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Please remember to bring your own yoga mat