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One in four people in the world will be affected by mental health issues at some point in their lives. This is an invitation to use yoga as a force to help create a safer, brighter future for people who are facing challenging times.

ACCEPTANCE LOVE COMPASSION

See charities we supported for Mental Health Awareness Week

Give the cost of a class to charity and get sponsored to help a great cause

Mental Health Awareness Week 18th-24th of May 2020  

Know your limits

Yoga is a beautiful and enriching practice that can challenge us in unique and unexpected ways on our personal journey. A position that was 'easy' yesterday could feel impossible today, and vice versa. With this in mind, and in the absence of an instructor sharing the same physical space as you, please take responsibility for your safety. Listen to your body throughout a class and know your limits as neither the instructors or the event organisers bear any responsibility for any injury sustained during your on line session with us  

  •  Choose a class that suits your experience

  • Log on to your class 10 minutes early and allow time to set up your remote link and set your self up in a  suitable space 

  • Let your instructor know about any injuries, health condition or specific circumstances (eg. pregnancy)

  • Don't push yourself too hard. yoga isn't a race

Nama-stay-at-home and make a life changing difference to families and individuals throughout the country struggling with mental health, just by doing some yoga

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We are currently raising money for the following charities as part of our Mental health Awareness Week Campaign:

 

Please send any feedback or comments to the email address or facebook page listed below

Email: admin@flipyourdogformentalhealth.com

We are currently raising money for the following charities as part of our Mental health Awareness Week Campaign:

Phone: 00447949 742 055

Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/events/243042220131599/

Fundraising on behalf of: Family Action, Centrepoint, Gingerbread, The Mental Health Foundation, Refugee Council