AYVic is proud to  be hosting our 6th Annual Yoga Stops Traffick Event

yoga stops traffick

Sunday March 15th, 2015!


Yoga Stops Traffick is a one-day GLOBAL YOGA EVENT to raise awareness about human trafficking in India.  100% of the proceeds from this event go directly to the Odanadi Seva Trust to help rescue and rehabilitate women and children from the horrors of human trafficking.



Event Schedule:     ALL CLASSES BY DONATION!

CLASSES AT ASHTANGA YOGA VICTORIA
203-560 Johnson Street - Downtown in Market Square

9:00 - 10:15 AM - Ashtanga Yoga - Half Primary Series Class
A fun class for All Levels, from beginner to advanced practitioner.

11:00 - 12:00 PM - Community Yoga Class
This is a great option for students looking for a more restorative option, or those who are New to the practice.  This class is challenging, but helps to relax the body & calm the mind!

12:15 PM - Odanadi Talk
Join Madison Kolla for an informational talk about the fantastic work being done at Odanadi in an effort to stop human trafficking.  Madison volunteered her time and acupuncture skills during her recent trip to Mysore, India.

We will provide Sweet Sweet Chai, and you can bring a small something to contribute, or just yourself...

1:00 - 3:00 PM - Community Acupuncture
The talented Susan Shields and Madison Kolla will be providing community style acupuncture treatments, with all donations being given directly to Odanadi.


All classes are offered by Donation!
All proceeds go directly to the Odanadi Seva Trust



Rachel Reid's

ORIGINAL ART

A RARE SILENT AUCTION

The 30" x 40" Acrylic on canvas piece called
Fearless will be silent auctioned.

The gallery retail price for this piece is $650.00


Bring Your Bid!

All proceeds go directly to the Odanadi Seva Trust




Yoga Stops Traffick in Mysore



The central event is being held in MYSORE, South India, the world-famous birthplace of Ashtanga Yoga and home to Odanadi Seva Trust.

For the past 20 years Odanadi has been committed to providing a safe haven for survivors of human trafficking, sexual exploitation, slavery, domestic abuse and destitution, both in and around the Mysore area.

Over the years Ashtanga Yoga has come to play a vital role in the rehabilitation process. This yoga practice has helped to rebuild physical and mental strength, and restore a sense of peace, confidence, and self-worth in many wounded boys and girls.



Children Learning Yoga at Odanadi












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October  
9 - 11, 2015




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