Fundraising Yoga Day for Australian Bushfire Relief
Yoga Day for Australian Bushfire Relief

Fundraising Yoga Day for Australian Bushfire Relief

Our hearts are broken for the victims of the South Australian bushfires. We can not underestimate or ignore what is happening in Australia, the most visible drama of climate chaos so far with the death of millions of many species, including humans.  This is a painful time for all in Australia and the rest of the world,  so we have decided to organise a whole day of yoga to fundraise money for them.

We are gathering together on Saturday January 18th from 9am – 6.30pm in Samadhi Yoga Dublin, hosting a range of activities throughout the day to help raise funds to support those affected by the heartbreaking fires in Australia. The programme includes a great line-up of classes, teachers, snacks & music.

All classes are mixed level and suitable for everyone to attend. Bring along your yoga mat, water, friends & family. You can do your part for the bushfire relief efforts by attending this yoga fundraiser event.

A highlight of all the activities we will be holding on this day:

  •  9:00 Ashtanga Yoga with Ewa Szczupak
  •  9:30 Myofascial Released with Joseph Devlin
  • 10:15 Hatha Yoga with Clare Ryan
  • 10:45 Dreamy Restorative with Mary Williams
  • 11:30 Backbending & Inversions Workshop with Greg Walsh
  • 13:15 Planetary Meditation with Cara Chotiner
  • 14:30 Yoga for Kids with Miriam Needham
  • 14:30 Gentle Yoga with Melanie Taylor
  • 15:45 Reggae Yoga with Reeta Cherie
  • 17:00 Slow Flow & Yin Yoga with Elena Moreo
  • 18:15 Closure Active Meditation Singing Circle with Sandra Kwiatkowska

Along with some relaxing and energising yoga there will also be free herbal teas and kombucha for you to enjoy, as well as a range of snacks for sale.

Activities are donation-based. Register for these classes online, and please pay a cash donation at the door. Minimum suggested donation per class is €12 per person but any further money donated would be appreciated and please give as your heart guides you.

All proceeds are going to be donated in equal parts to Redcross Australia who are working in the affected areas with those that have lost their homes and Wires Australia who are working to protect and rescue wildlife.

If you would like to donate now click HERE to donate.

Bookings available on our website.

Let’s get together in movement and meditation, the People Power is amazing so if you can support this, please do!

With Love & Gratitude,

Your Samadhi Yoga Family

Emily Jauregui

My first contact with yoga was about 14 years ago when a friend of mine took me to a class. I didn't want to go, as I did not know what it was about or what to expect, but I remember at the end of the class the teacher encouraged me to keep going. He said, "The more you practice the easier it gets". He was right. My practice got easier, my body became looser, but I never imagined it would make my life easier too! My way of thinking and living changed completely. I started reading books about yoga and yogis, listening and chanting mantras, eating vegetarian food, and following the teachings of some of the greatest yoga masters in India. Yoga became my lifestyle.
In 2015 I took a trip to the Himalayas in India to do my first 200hrs teacher training course with Sivananda Yoga Vedanta Centre. Soon after I lived a few months in the north of Thailand where I learnt Yoga Thai Massage. In 2016 I moved to Spain where I had the opportunity to work as a volunteer in one of the Sivananda Yoga Centres. When I was not greeting students behind the desk, I was teaching yoga or cooking vegetarian meals or learning how to play the harmonium, or taking part in workshops. It was during this time that I realized how much I enjoyed working in a yoga centre. In these places the energy is always so positive and calm, it is a sort of magic and peacefulness. There are always wonderful people coming in, the students are always so excited to take part in their favorite yoga class and all the teachers are always willing to share their knowledge and experience with others. I am absolutely honoured to now be part of the Samadhi yoga community. I will be more than happy to welcome you to our centre and to help you with any enquire you might have. I am looking forward to getting to know you all. Om Shanti

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