The Yoga in You
Ever feel you are searching for something, outside of yourself? Whatever it is, chances are you already know it, possess it,
and contain it inside of you. The challenge is to clear the cobwebs, settle the fog, and come see for yourself . . .The Yoga In You
Bring yoga off the mat and into the world: Suggest a non-profit organization you would like to support by raising awareness at a Yoga In You workshop. Please contact me and witness the power within you to transform the lives of many.
The National Breast Cancer Foundation's mission is to help women now by providing help and inspiring hope to those affected by breast cancer through early detection, education and support services. NBCF provides free mammograms to women in all 50 states through their network of hospitals. They are now joining hands with people around the world to provide breast cancer education. Your donations help provide mammograms for women in need. To donate, please visit www.nationalbreastcancer.org
Senhoa Foundation supports vulnerable persons and survivors of human trafficking through prevention, rehabilitation and advocacy programs. Senhoa provides funding and capacity building through long-lasting partnerships to establish sustainable programs that serve underprivileged women and children. Vision: Disadvantaged communities will be free from oppression, poverty and discrimination; have equal access to education and empowered to fulfill their goals, aspirations and reach their highest potential.
100% of donations supports the foundation.
Please visit https://www.senhoa.org/pages/about-us for more details.
Senhoa believes in . . .
Educational and social programs for intellectual empowerment.
Income generation for women’s economic and personal independence.
Using business sensibilities to achieve humanitarian goals.
Feeding America is the leading domestic hunger relief organization, with network food banks serving every state. Feeding America’s nationwide network of over 200 food banks provides food and groceries to 33,500 food pantries, 4,500 soup kitchens and 3,600 emergency shelters. This extensive network helps feed 37 million Americans each year -- delivering over 3 billion pounds of food. Each week nearly 5.7 million people receive emergency food assistance from an agency served by a Feeding America member. Read more about it at www.feedingamerica.org
NVFS: Northern Virginia Family Service who empowers individuals and families right here in Northern Virginia improve their quality of life and promotes community cooperation and support in responding to family needs. To find out more about their mission, please visit www.nvfs.org.
Brite Paths (formerly Our Daily Bread) www.britepaths.org Helping families in Fairfax County, while not homeless, who are in financial crisis and likely to be members of the working poor often juggling multiple jobs, as well as the elderly and disabled. More than half of those they serve are children. In need of canned goods and supermarket gift cards (many clients are single moms).
Justice Ventures International (JVI) a non-profit human rights organization seeks to end modern day slavery through legal casework and advocacy, human rights training, and freedom businesses. JVI partners with Freeset, a freedom business in Kolkata India, empowering women out of the sex trade through dignified employment, education, social services, and a loving community. Your purchases and donations sustain dignified jobs and transform the legal system, to protect people in extreme poverty and vulnerable to human trafficking and modern slavery. Please visit www.shopforfreedom.com and www.justiceventures.org for more info.
Big Brothers/Big Sisters Northern Virginia Council which is part of the nationally recognized one-to-one mentoring program for at-risk boys and girls. A research study found that on average at-risk boys and girls are 46% less likely to use illegal drugs and 53% less likely to skip school when they have a Big Brother / Big Sister mentor. To find out more, visit www.novabigs.com/current-bigs/the-louis-white-fund.
Please contact me to discuss your yoga or meditation questions or to arrange a private or specialty class, workshop, retreat or event.
Thanks for visiting.
I hope to practice with you soon. Namaste, Suze
Please Note: My self care includes taking Wednesdays and Saturdays off. It is unlikely I will be checking emails on either day.
Celebrating 20+ Years of Yoga
300 Hour Certified
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