All Children Deserve a Chance

Ocean Collection, A Chance for Children, Szilvia GoghSzilvia Goghs decade of volunteering with A Chance for Children

“Ten years ago, one of my scuba diving students told me about her volunteer work at A Chance for Children youth camp,” said Szilvia Gogh, PADI Scuba Course Director, inspirational jewelry […]

By | April 27th, 2015|Cause & Activism|0 Comments

Dharma Yoga LA

Dharma Yoga LAThree generations of yogis gathered on August 31st to dance, chant, and enjoy vegan cake to celebrate the five-year anniversary of Dharma Yoga LA (DYLA), the launch of their nonprofit organization, and the opening of their new studio space.

Their quaint new home is a […]

By | October 9th, 2013|Studios|0 Comments

Rajashree Choudhury Yoga Studio

Rajashree yogaBorn out of the need for a dedicated yoga studio on the Aviva Family and Children’s Services premises, Rajashree Choudhury–yoga teacher, motivational speaker, and advocate for youth and women’s causes—collaborated with the non-profit to create a peaceful practice space.

Prior to meeting Rajashree, Aviva High School […]

Marina Chetner is a Los Angeles-based Australian freelance writer.
By | September 25th, 2013|Studios|0 Comments

Art & Soul Yoga

Downtown LA’s Arts District is experiencing a renaissance that is both refined and cutting edge. So it is no surprise that a Yoga collective has emerged amidst the thriving community of artists and entrepreneurs.

Art & Soul Yoga has popped up at […]

By | May 7th, 2013|Studios|1 Comment

People Power in the Park

Community Partnerships Power Practice

There’s nothing better than practicing Yoga outdoors with friends, family, and live music—unless you’re doing all of this and serving the community by supporting the efforts of a hard-working nonprofit organization. This combination has been the great effort […]

Jordan Younger is a student at Loyola Marymount University and a Yoga teacher in training who loves the ocean, being outdoors, and tasting delicious vegetarian food around L.A. She hopes write novels in the future, and if she is not on the yoga mat you will probably find her at the beach, hiking with her friends, or playing with her adorable nieces.
By | May 2nd, 2013|Cause & Activism|0 Comments

Dance Camera West Presents the 12th Annual DCW Media Festival

Dance Camera West (DCW) recently announced their 12th Annual DCW Dance Media Festival to take place in Los Angeles from May 2-5. This year’s festival theme, “Get Wet: A Celebration of Screen Dance, Live Dance and Water” promises to be an intersection of culture and choreography. The DCW 2013 Festival will […]

Vanessa Harris is a writer, Associate Producer of Bhakti Fest, and the Editorial Coordinator at Bliss Network.
By | April 24th, 2013|Film|0 Comments

The Service Behind the Scenes

Projects around the world supported by Bhakti Fest

By Cheryl Depp

As Founder and Producer of Bhakti Fest, Sridhar Silberfein invokes the vibe of a master creator. With a rock star edge, his aim is to harmonize our world by elevating the voices of […]

By | July 2nd, 2012|Cause & Activism|0 Comments

Spread Out Your Mat For Room to Read

Join Room to Read’s Namaste India! Global Yoga Day June 16, 2012

 By Jacki Ueng

As we’re reading this article, we may either be taking for granted our ability to decipher the words on the page […]

By | June 12th, 2012|Cause & Activism|0 Comments

Awareness Film Festival Supporting Efforts to Heal and Educate our Communities

By Karen Henry

Films that raise our consciousness related to healing, spirituality, the environment, veterans and humanitarian concerns, animal rights, and other pressing issues of today—these are the subjects filmmaker Skye Kelly is interested in conveying on screen. She does this through the Awareness […]

Vanessa Harris is a writer, Associate Producer of Bhakti Fest, and the Editorial Coordinator at Bliss Network.
By | May 2nd, 2012|Film|0 Comments

Comedy Benefits Yoga-Based Activism

Off the Mat into the WorldAs yoga becomes more mainstream by the day, partnerships between charitable organizations and Yoga-driven endeavors raise funds and consciousness, even with humor.

On November 16, the newly formed organization, Transforming the World Through Comedy, will launch […]

Karen Henry is an Associate Editor at LA YOGA who volunteers in a variety of capacities for nonprofit organizations and artists around Los Angeles. She practices yoga as a counterbalance to her daily impact sports and is a mother of four grown children who also practice yoga (well, the two in California at least).
By | December 15th, 2011|Cause & Activism|0 Comments