In recognition to the outstanding support to our yoga program, Andiappan Yoga Community presented a partner appreciation certificate to Changing Young Lives Foundation. AYC’s project leader M/s Kristy Chau presented this certificate.
In recognition to the outstanding support to our yoga program, Andiappan Yoga Community presented a partner appreciation certificate to Tai Kok Tsui Integrated Services. AYC’s project leader M/s Ceci Lee presented this certificate.
After the successful event last year, Asia Society HK and Indian Consulate Hong Kong has requested us to teach at the International Yoga Day 2018 Event
To raise awareness to the community of Hong Kong people, Andiappan Yoga Community Supports International Yoga Day Celebration 2018
Organised by Asia Society & Indian Consulate, Hong Kong
June 17, 2018 (Sunday)
Location: Asia Society Hong Kong Centre, 9 Justice Drive, Admiralty, Hong Kong
Family Yoga at the Lippo Amphitheatre from 3 pm – 4 pm,
Pranayama & Meditation in the Lee Quo Wei room from 11:15 am – 112:15...
The Peak 24 is the largest youth movement in Hong Kong aiming to confront modern slavery through Peak24, gauging the support from business leaders in Hong Kong to unite worldwide youths and anti-slavery NGOs in one voice and action to confront modern slavery.
They have been working towards this vision since 2010 and is now present in Hong Kong with the second edition of the annual Peak24 event. In 2015, the first Peak24 commenced and concluded with great success. 16 teams from 12 multinational corporations in Hong Kong joined with Bain Capital and The Executive Centre being our event...
Andiappan Yoga Community is pleased to partner with Queen Elizabeth Hospital in providing free yoga therapy classes to the patients. With the increasing awareness of yoga and its therapeutic benefits, various yoga practice has now been applied in the rehabilitation and prevention process. Dr. Yogananth Andiappan along with AYC Volunteers M/s Cheryl, M/s Louise, M/s Rita, M/s Shirley and Master Mahesh will a lecture demonstration about the benefits of yoga for back conditions and yoga poses that can be practiced while sitting on the chair.
A therapeutic sequence of gentle yoga poses combined...
Latest update on 7th March: We got the venue and the classes will be conducted regularly at Prime Credit, 12/F Euro Trade Centre, 21-23 Des Voeux Road, Central
Update on 5th March: We are also in the progress of liaising with some venue owners and soon we will get a new venue soon and start the class within this week or next week.
Update on Feb 2018: AYC class Meditation and Destress project at Indian Consulate
This project is currently is on hold and we are now looking for a new venue. If anyone is able to offer an indoor venue in and around central, admiralty, Wanchai, Sheung wan we can...
AYC has donated a total of 20 yoga mats, straps and yoga blocks to the Lok Sin Tong for the yoga class. Students group at Lok Sin Tong have progressed from chair to mat practice today. They are very pleased with the progress. Master Yogananth lead them to this new sequence of poses the class was assisted by Master Mahesh along with AYC Volunteer teachers M/s Angela, M/s Rita, M/s Jennifer, M/s Shirley and will continue to teach this very enthusiastic group of students. Thank you all AYC Volunteers.
On 30th September, we initiated a new yoga project at Lok Sin Tong Benevolent Society where yoga is introduced to seniors. We had over 15 students aged from 60 to above 90. Master Yogananth gave a introduction to the benefits of yoga and explained how yoga can be practiced at any age and how it help arthritis, limited mobility, or other health issues, AYC volunteer Coordinator Louise and Volunteer teachers M/s Angela, Vivian and Edward Wah gor assisted the seniors with great care.
Various gentle yoga poses that can be done seated on a chair and simple breathing techniques were taught to...
Project Leader and Teaching Volunteers needed for a new project
Andiappan Yoga Community is pleased to partner with Vocational Training Council (VTC) in providing free yoga classes to VTC students. With the increasing demands of student life, the regular practice of yoga can lead students into well-being and allow them cope with the day-to-day life of being a student.
Established in 1982, the Vocational Training Council (VTC) is the largest vocational and professional education and training provider in Hong Kong. VTC provides valuable credentials for some 250 000 students each year...