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Mon, December 28, 2015 1:28pm
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Yoga Gives Back Scholarship for Higher Education at Deenabandhu Trust
Thu, December 17, 2015 5:24pm
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Ohmme is a UK's yoga clothing brand for men who launched a donation platform for YGB!! Men should practice yoga. Founded in London, Ohmme wants to encourage men to practice yoga through the medium of stylish clothing. Ohmme is now also in France, Denmark and Turkey. Ohmme donates £1 per purchase to Yoga Gives Back. Thank YOU!!! Jala Clothing   Jala Clothing, a... read more
Tue, December 15, 2015 4:24pm
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YGB's Ambassadors are the key for our programs to raise awareness and funds across the globe to mobilize the world yoga community. Thank you for your continued support to fund nearly 700 mothers and children in India this year. If you are interested in becoming YGB Ambassador, please write us at info@yogagivesback.org. AMBASSADORS   Alessandra PecorellaLondon, UKAditya Yoga... read more
Thu, December 10, 2015 12:35pm
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 Your Donation's Impact: Success Stories of Mothers and Daughters, West BengalYGB receives bi annual reports from its partners in India. Here is a great update from NISHTHA, West Bengal where YGB's "Sister Aid" program is funding nearly 300 mothers with micro loans and their 300 daughters with education funds. NISHTHA reports that 91.18% of the micro loans are repaid now, and there is 90%... read more
Wed, November 18, 2015 10:37am
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Dena KingsbergByron Bay, AustraliaByron Yoga Shala Dena is a devoted practitioner of Ashtanga yoga and a senior student of the late Sri K Patabhi Jois. With 30 years of unwavering practice she holds one of the highest recognized qualification in this method. Dena and her husband Jack live in the hills of Goonengerry with their two children Zoli and Izac. They teach both internationally and from... read more
Mon, November 2, 2015 11:44pm
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YGB Newsletter just released!!! Check out all the inspiring news from India and around the world as YGB continues to grow and reach out to global yogis to share its mission. YGB FILM "Gold in Hand" just released! (5 minutes) YGB FILMS just released its brand new film "Gold in Hand," about YGB's new program "SHE," a Five-Year Scholarship for Higher Education. With your support we now... read more
Wed, October 14, 2015 12:08pm
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 Ann-See, Bristol, UK Ann-See is a yoga teacher, trainer, mentor and the creator of My Kind of Yoga, an Intentional Movement System that encourages individuals to take their yoga off their mats and into the world to create change. She is inspired by both ancient eastern and contemporary western yoga teachings, as well as by FlashMall"> studies into human and personal growth. Her journey... read more
Wed, October 14, 2015 11:22am
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YGB is thrilled to have these inspirational Ambassadors in Peru and the UK. YGB's Ambassadors are the key for our programs to raise awareness and funds across the globe to mobilize the world yoga community. Thank you for your continued support to fund nearly 700 mothers and children in India this year. If you are interested in becoming YGB Ambassador, please write us at info@yogagivesback.org.... read more
Mon, October 12, 2015 3:03pm
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The sold-out event welcomed over 200 members of the Southern California yoga express gratitude to “Mother India” for the gift of yoga. “We are truly overjoyed by the tremendous turnout at this year’s event, and the incredible and positive comments from attendees, sponsors and event participants.”A welcome cocktail reception with appetizer wraps donated by Kye’s, which allowed guests to mingle and... read more
Tue, September 22, 2015 5:28pm
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Recipient of the first Namaste Award, presented by Yoga Gives Back, Mallika Chopra, comments: “There is heartbreaking poverty in the world, whether in India, the United States or other nations. As humanity, we need to ask ourselves why we let children go hungry and suffer from preventable illnesses when we have the resources and knowledge to help our fellow beings.” Mallika Chopra, author of... read more

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