The Ashtanga Yoga Center on Wednesday sent around notice of two upcoming events at Tim Miller’s shala. The first is March 15. It’s a 108 Sun Salute practice to benefit Yoga Stops Traffic. Practice is at 1 p.m.; a reception follows from 2 to 4 p.m. The suggested donation is $20.
In April, from 2 to 5 p.m. on the 5th, Tim will be leading a workshop,” The Essence of Sadhana.” It is $50 and proceeds benefit the Sean O’Shea Foundation. A reminder of what it is all about:
The Sean O’Shea Foundation is a 501(c)(3) non-profit organization that was created after the fatal car accident of the young Ashtanga yoga teacher and studio owner, Sean O’Shea. Sean’s family and friends wanted to continue Sean’s vision to bring yoga to the youth of his community, especially at-risk children ages 8-18.
The Sean O’Shea Foundation programs are designed to empower youth with a yoga and nutrition curriculum focusing on providing memorable lessons and activities aimed at enriching young lives and providing invaluable instructors who will be a positive role model.
I might also note: It’s officially on Tim’s workshop schedule that he’s going to Bhakti Fest in September.
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