Yoga Stops Traffick

by Feb 9, 2012

On Saturday 10th March from 10am to 12pm Nick will be taking a traditional “Mysore style” class as part of the “Yoga Stops Traffick” initiative. This class will be by koha (donation) with all funds going to Odanadi Seva Trust, to give survivors of human trafficking the chance of a better future. To find out more about Yoga Stops Traffick click the link. Please come and support this great cause.

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