The Hub's Fundraiser for Oz
For two months Australia has been ravaged by the fires. The toll this uncontrollable firestorm has taken is staggering: 27 people have died, more than 2,000 homes have been destroyed and 18 million acres have burned. It is thought that 1.2 billion animals have been killed.
So The Natural Health Hub’s bushfire fundraiser will bring together up to 50 yogis for an hour and a half of hatha yoga and meditation at SenSpa at Careys Manor Hotel in Brockenhurst, on 30 January 7-8.30pm. This will be a gentle class and anyone who has some yoga experience is welcome.
‘I’m sure many people, myself included, are feeling helpless and saddened by the bushfires in Australia,’ says The Hub’s yoga instructor Hannah Bimpson, who instigated the event. ‘It feels as though there isn’t much we can do to help but when people come together with a shared intention it can be a very powerful thing.
Hannah Bimpson came to teaching yoga from a background as a professional dancer.
‘I want to be able to help people feel happy and healthy, in both the physical and mental. I encourage people of all ages and abilities to try something new, whether that's starting something from scratch, a new style of class or a new teacher. We can learn so much from each other if we open our hearts, drop our judgement, breathe and stay present.'
‘So please join us on 30 January to hold space for our planet and all those affected. This will be a donation-based class with all the proceeds going to all the animals in need. An hour of yoga followed by a group meditation where collectively we shall send help, love and support.’
PLEASE NOTE: booking is essential due to limited numbers.
Cash donations to WWF-Australia on the night, or if you are unable to attend or would prefer to pay by card you can donate to Wires, a wildlife rescue charity that operates in the New South Wales area of Australia, by visiting.
The Natural Health Hub is a hidden sanctuary in the heart of the New Forest, offering an extensive selection of complementary therapies, yoga and relaxation classes. Its team of experienced practitioners specialise in gut health, intolerances, natural pain relief, women’s hormonal issues and stress, with therapies ranging from reflexology to massage, to homeopathy, acupuncture and hypnotherapy.
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