Yogis for Nepal - Second Annual Benefit in Golden Gate Park

Join us on Saturday, September 24 at 11:30am for the second annual Yogis for Nepal donation based benefit in San Francisco's Golden Gate Park -- brought to you by the Purusha Seva Project. 

Where: Between Queen Wilhelmina Flower Garden (windmill) and 47th Avenue in the shaded yard surrounded by a circle of trees.

All proceeds to benefit The Shanti Sewa Ashram in Kathmandu, Nepal. The ashram, founded by Dr. Chintamani Yogi, seeks to educate and empower victims of war, the poor, those in social decline, etc., focusing especially on children, women and the elderly. Shanti = peace; Sewa = selfless service. We will gather together this day to raise funds, send prayers and connect with our local community as we help those in great need abroad. 

108 is a mystical number found countless times throughout classic yogic texts, and the class will consist of 108 sun salutations done with the intention of healing Nepal and our planet. Participants are encouraged to raise or contribute $108 (although no one will be turned away based on donation amount). Contributions of any amount are greatly appreciated. 

After the practice, we will gather at Purusha Studio for conversation, community building, and light Nepalese fare. We invite you to stay with us for Point of View by Bischoculars - an Art Opening which will be held from 2-4pm. 

Donors who contribute $108 or more will receive sacred Rudraksha 108 Mala beads. 

The Purusha Seva Project is a California Non Profit Organization. Your generous donations are appreciated and tax deductible #26-3894229. We look forward to sharing this experience with you! Namaste!