Changing Young Lives Foundation, Hong Kong

15 May 2010

Volunteers Required

Andiappan Yoga Community partners with the Changing Young Lives Foundation to teach yoga to mothers from low-income families.

“So far, everything is great and super rewarding teaching these ladies. We all have gotten attached to each other and we always have a great class.” — Andiappan Yoga Community Volunteer Teacher Edith Chan

When: Fridays from 11:00 a.m. to noon Where: Pak Tin Estate Block 10, 51 Pak Tin St., Kowloon, Hong Kong Requirements: Minimum three-month commitment, female teachers preferred

Changing Young Lives Foundation provides health, welfare, educational, and recreational programs to disadvantaged families in Hong Kong and rural China.

For more information about the Changing Young Lives Foundation, please visit: http://www.changingyounglives.org.hk/

Fridays from 11:00 a.m. to noon
Pak Tin Estate Block 10, 51 Pak Tin St., Kowloon, Hong Kong
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Kristy Chau

Before Kristy found her real passion in yoga, she practiced as a commercial architect in Hong Kong. Yoga not only relieved her chronic back pain, it helped her find strength and balance for the body and mind. The rest is history and she hasn't looked back since. She now makes her yoga practice her life journey. She shares her passion with everybody because she believes yoga connects us all. Through teaching yoga, she continues to grow her practice and learn a deeper knowledge of yoga. She completed her 500 hours teacher training with the International Yoga Academy (IYA) under the guidance of Master Yogananth Andiappan. In 2016, she continued her training in Chennai, India and got her certificate in Yoga Therapy at the Asana Andiappan Yoga College. Kristy is currently assistant coordinator for the Andiappan Yoga Community and remains an active volunteer in the community's yoga program for overseas workers and low income families. She now joins her mentor master Yogananth as an instructor at Anahata Yoga.

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