Remembering Ozge Charity Yoga Class

 

09:30 – 14:00

Saturday 7th January 2016

 

Our annual SYL charity class in memory of our co-founder and raising money for the Chartwell Cancer Trust

Join us for our annual remembrance charity class where we come together and raise money in memory of our co-founder, Ozge Karabiyik, who sadly died on 2nd January 2012. When Ozge was alive she raised thousands of pounds for charity. It is in this light we remember her and celebrate her life.

This year we will only be running one class but extending the time you spend with us. We value community, being able to spend time before and after the class and we want to be able to share more of the day together.

World renowned ashtanga yoga teacher John Scott, joined by SYL Director Scott Johnson, will again lead a primary series class and will be assisted by the teachers of Stillpoint Yoga London teaching faculty and teachers from the John Scott Yoga TT program.

The days program will be:

09:30 – 10:00:  Arrive to get ready for the class.

10:00 – 12:45: Led ashtanga yoga primary series, pranayama, chanting, sitting practice.

12:45 – 14:00: Time to connect with each other after practice and to join in community.

 

The minimum donation for the event is £50. This fee will go directly to The Chartwell Cancer Trust when you register. The fee is non-refundable. Please do make sure that you read the terms and conditions on the charity’s booking page and that you are able to attend when you book.

 We will be filming the day for a short video we are making so please be aware that there will be cameras around. 

NOTE: PLEASE DO NOT MAKE A DONATION UNTIL YOUR REGISTRATION HAS BEEN CONFIRMED BY LOUISE JOHNSON

Register here for the Remembering Ozge charity class.

8 + 13 =

“We are rays of light Divine. To go home is to return back to that light from whom we borrow our existence. May the ray of light , called Ozge rest in the lap of the Divine Mother, she alone knows why things are the way they are; trust the light that it guides the spirit back home, of one of her brightest most beautiful rays”

 

Written by Swami Nityamuktananda Saraswati in January 2012