do yoga in Africa and help women

According to the Seva Foundation “two-thirds of the 45 million blind people in the world are female, yet women receive less than half of eye care services. Moreover, 80% of these cases are preventable or treatable forms of blindness.” As part of their payment for yoga, each participant will donate $108 to the Seva Foundation…

karma yoga in Tanzania, Africa

I borrowed this fabulous photo of Mt. Meru from Miss S and her blog Yoga, Dogs, and Chocolate. Miss S was kind enough to help spread the word about my Yoga Adventure in Africa. I was overwhelmed that someone who has never met me could write these words: “Linda is an old soul, peaceful and…

selling myself

As per Svasti’s suggestion that I should ask people to spread the word about my Yoga Adventure in Africa…I am asking you to spread the word. All of you who are regular readers of this blog and the yoga bloggers on my blogroll, please help spread the word about my yin-yang yoga weekend in Arusha,…

stay in paradise before your yoga adventure

I have exciting news to sweeten the yoga adventure in Africa pot! To chill out after the craziness of the Kumbh Mela and before Tanzania, I will engage in some island time on Zanzibar. The Blue Oyster Hotel will graciously give Yoga Adventure in Africa participants a 10% discount off 2010 prices when you book…

no turning back now

There’s no turning back now from METTA YOGA’S YOGA ADVENTURE IN AFRICA, February 26-27-28, 2010. This is the ad that will appear in the September-October issue of Yoga Chicago magazine. For complete details about the yoga camp and two safari options, see here. A Midwest winter can be rather brutal, at least it can be…

your yoga adventure in Africa!

It’s not too early to start planning for your YOGA ADVENTURE IN ARUSHA, TANZANIA, February 26-27-28, 2010! SCHEDULE: Friday night: Introduction to Mindfulness Meditation (90 minutes) Saturday morning: Yin + Yang practice + meditation (2.5 hours) Saturday late afternoon/evening: Yin practice + meditation (2 hours) Saturday night dharma talk: Buddha’s Four Foundations of Mindfulness as…