Charity Yogathon At Arch 197

Marathon event supports African orphans

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To help support the Fulakunda Orphanage in Gambia and Little Angels Orphanage in South Africa, Arch 197 dance and fitness studio is holding a yogathon on Sunday 18th May from 9am to 9pm. A minimum donation of £20 is required to enter.

Led by some of UK’s most innovative yoga teachers, Pablo Imani & Howard Napper, the African Orphanage Yogathon 2014 promises to be a treat for enthusiasts and beginners alike. The day will be filled with live African music, fun and laughter. So come along, do some yoga, have fun and raise money for a great cause, all at the same time!

You can register by going to the Just Giving web address (details below), or by texting JALK89 to 70070 for the Gambian orphanage or TVEC82 to 70070 for Little Angels. Please give your name when you register. Alternatively, you could drop in and pay at the door.

To find out more about the orphanages and the yogathon event, visit the Just Giving fundraising webpage:

The African Orphanage Yogathon will be held on the 18th May from 9 to 9, at Arch 197, Prebend Gardens, Chiswick, London W6 0XT (Nearest station is Stamford Brook)

Getting Sponsored

Fancy more of a challenge? Why not get your friends, family or work colleagues to sponsor you? You can set up a fundraising page on the Just Giving website or download the sponsorship form by visiting the 'Support Us' pages at: to support the Gambian orphanage or for the South African Orphanage.

Further Details

  • Sessions will be 2 hours long and led by a different teacher.
  • Stay for the whole day or pop in for a few hours and come back later on (£20.00 donation for re-entry).
  • Free registration on the day for participants that raise £100.00 or more through online sponsorship
  • Yoga mats and water will be provided
  • Talking of giving, how about bringing some vegetarian/vegan food to share with your fellow yogis on the day? Plates and cutlery will be provided.

About the Teachers

Pablo Menfesawe-Imani

Pablo Menfesawe-Imani is an author, yoga teacher, massage therapist, holistic health and wellbeing consultant and Balanced Health practitioner trained in Kinesiology.

Pablo is the founder of Afrikan Yoga, and his popular classes have helped people to promote inner harmony, flexibility and spiritual awareness.

Howard Napper

Howard Napper is a yoga teacher, author, broadcaster and lifestyle expert. Through his numerous books and television appearances he has shared his knowledge of yoga to help people to achieve physical and mental wellbeing.

March 27, 2014

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