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Yoga & Kirtan with Special Guest Bhola Yogi

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We are grateful for the opportunity to host Bhola Ji, founder of the Children Peace Home Orphanage in Parsa, Nepal. Please come enjoy Traditional Yoga teachings and a truly authentic, blissful Kirtan Experience and your donations will benefit these beautiful, humble souls in Nepal. You can join us for Yoga Asana (postures) practice, Traditional Yoga teachings lecture, a joyful singing and dancing Kirtan experience or come for all three!

Evening Schedule with Bhola Ji:
5-6pm | Traditional Yoga Asana Practice
6-7pm | Yogic Studies & Lecture
7-8pm | Raw Vegan Cuisine
7-9pm | Joyful Kirtan with FYC Friends

Please offer your donations on our Buy Tickets page. Proceeds will go to improving the structures that endured an earthquake and have been in much need of repairs for over 2 years. This is a beautiful and humbling opportunity for us to help those that are truly in need and we invite you to be a part of that. 

You have the option to come for yoga asana, yogic lecture, kirtan or all three! We look forward to seeing you beautiful presence in our Space to share peace, love and harmony. Let's make the world a better place together. ♡

Guest Teacher & Artist Biography:
Bhola Nath Yogi, BA, Diploma in Yoga Education, and MD in Yogic Therapy, was born and raised in Nepal. He is the Founding Principal of Hindu Vidyappeth Nepal, Ghorahi, Dang, Founder of the Children’s Peace Home in Parsa, Nepal, and Gorakshya Nath Sewa Sangh, a public service organization. He is Chairman of the Disabled People’s Organization, a committee member of Matribhoomi Sevak Sangh, and a member of Hindu Vidyapeeth Schools-UK, and the District Welfare Center. The Hindu Vidyapeeth School in Ghorahi, Dang, has approximately 430 students, who adheres to a rigorous academic curriculum, as well as a values, ethics based education. The Children's Peace Home in Parsa helps approximately 164 children receive their education, with 34 children actually in residence in a peaceful, rural setting. Volunteers from the Universities of Oxford, Durham, and Cambridge help teach the children. Mr. Yogi speaks Nepali, English, Sanskrit, Hindi, Punjabi, Bengali, Tharu and several local languages.

Earlier Event: January 13
Yoga in the Park
Later Event: January 16
Beginners Yoga