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Living Yoga: “Off the Mat into the World” Fundraiser, Bellingham, Washington

Saturday, September 12th, 2009
September 30, 2009
7:30 pm to 9:00 pm

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Kristi Moseley is organizing a screening of Living Yoga as a fundraiser for: “Off the Mat into the World-Seva Challenge African Humanitarian Tour 2009 (OTM).

The screening will be held on September 30, 2009 at 7:30 pm at 3 OMS YOGA,  1210 Bay St. Suite 100
(previous location of The Yoga Room) Bellingham WA 98225  Telephone: (360) 671-3510

Please support Kristi who has  committed to “live my Yoga” and raise $20,000 by December 15, 2009. The proceeds will go to improve the lives of children in the poorest regions of Uganda and support at-risk youth yoga programs in the United States.

Kristi says: Upon meeting my goal, next February I will travel to Uganda with OTM to help build a 7-room schoolhouse, teacher housing, an eco-birthing center, access clean drinking water, create an organic permaculture farm and work in conjunction with the Youth AIDS International along with additional service work the area and experience various culture events. OTM is committed to leaving a legacy to the individuals that they serve and will improve the lives of thousands in Uganda while also supporting and empowering at-risk youth here at home.

We’re honored to support Kristi’s seva and hope the event is a great success! We’re also donating 2 Living Yoga DVDs for auction at the event.

Directions to 3 OMS YOGA:

To learn more about Kristi’s goal:

Seattle, WA Premiere Screening of “Living Yoga”

Wednesday, November 19th, 2008
December 4, 2008
7:00 pm to 8:30 pm

Thursday, December 4, 2008   7:00-8:30 p.m.
Location: East West Bookshop of Seattle
6500 Roosevelt Way, NE
Seattle, WA  98115

For more info: 206-523-3726

Report from the DC Premiere

Wednesday, May 21st, 2008

Film director Joshua Greene answers questions after the screening.

Film director Joshua Greene answers questions after the screening.

Brahmi Romero, Joshua Greene, and Paul Orum (Chairman of the Yoga Center Board)

Brahmi Romero, Joshua Greene, and Paul Orum (Chairman of the Yoga Center Board)

IYTA member Christine Brahmi Romero, director of the St. Mark’s Yoga
Center on Capitol Hill in Washington, DC., hosted a premiere on May
15th as part of its 30th Anniversary Celebration. The screening of
the film was followed with a discussion with filmmaker Joshua M. Greene.

Brahmi reports:

Our screening went well. Everyone was very moved by the film and
asked such wonderful questions of Joshua at the end. His responses
were amazingly informative and inspiring. He is a truly wonderful
man and we very much enjoyed meeting him.

People were very impressed by the film and the message of Integral
Yoga and Gurudev. As one of the audience members said last night to
Joshua, thank you so much for the service to all that this film

Seeing the film on “the big screen” was even more impressive. I think
my favorite part of the film is Dr. Amrita’s explanation of the
Integral Yoga class. She is so clear in her description.

Several people sought me out afterward to ask specifically about
taking IY classes. One young woman wants to go to Yogaville for
Teacher Training.

In July, we will do another screening at a local arts venue. (check
back on our event calendar for details)