Seva is the Sankrit for Service. In this page you will find events organized to take yoga beyond the mat and into the world.

From October 2015 i’m Ambassador for the wonderful Organisation YogaGivesBack. You can find more Seva related events at my other dedicated website Aditya Yoga School .

YogaGivesBack Campaign  One Million Yogis!

Yogis Worldwide Unite! Let’s start a sustainable Revolution: Yoga is our gift form Mother India. To give back to the land where yoga originated YogaGivesBack has recently launched a new campaign.

YogaGivesBack One Million Yogis Campaign

To mark YGB tenth Anniversary we want to inspire ONE MILLION YOGIS to show their gratitude together.

Nowadays there are more than 300 million yogis worlwide! If one Million of them unite and donate as little as £ 3 a month we can make a difference to the lives of many mothers and children in India with micro loads and education funds.\

Please become a sustaining member at

YogaGivesBack special Charity Class at The Om Yoga Show London 22 Oct 2017

Come to the Yoga Show and support the campaign ” Thanks YOU Mother India”.

Every year with special yoga classes we raise finds for Women in India that have no access to education. Follow the incredible work of Kayoko Mi


Fundraising for The Great Ormond Street Hospital Children’s Charity

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Friday 7 November 2014
The Life Centre, Islington
1 Britannia Row, London N1 8QH
Book: tel 020 7704 0919

By donation ( min £ 10 – all proceedings to the GOSH Charity)

7.30  to 9.00 pm
A Vinyasa Flow Yoga Session to support the Great Ormond Hospital Children’s Charity

The Life centre has invited me to host a friday night event to extend the practice of Yoga well beyond the mat to help children ( and their family ) in need of special medical care.  Please join me and fellow yogis on a community building vinyasa flow session on friday night to raise funds for a great cause, The Great Ormond Hospital Children’s Charity.

About Great Ormond Street Hospital Children’s Charity

Great Ormond Street Hospital is one of the world’s leading children’s hospitals with the broadest range of dedicated, children’s healthcare specialists under one roof in the UK. The hospital’s pioneering research and treatment gives hope to children who are suffering from the rarest, most complex and often life-threatening conditions, from across the country and abroad.

Great Ormond Street Hospital Children’s Charity needs to raise money to help rebuild and refurbish Great Ormond Street Hospital, provide vital up-to-date equipment and fund research into better treatments for the children. You can help us to provide world class care for our patients and families. For more information visit

Fundraising for Hackney Yoga Project

Saturday 23 February 2013
The Life Centre Islington
Price TBC

contact the Life Centre for booking

5.00 to 7.30 pm
A Vinyasa Flow and Restorative Yoga Session w Live Music of Ann Malone to support the Hackney Yoga Project

Hackney Yoga Project. Wish Tree, forward fold and banner
Hackney Yoga Project. Wish Tree, forward fold and banner

On Saturday 23rd February I will be teaching a 1hr and 15 minutes Vinyasa Flow session followed by another hr of Restorative Yoga ( taught by Sarah Scwarf). Ann Malone will be playing her divine music during the restorative and part of the flow. This will be a Fundraising event and all the proceedings are going to the HAckney Yoga Project which is supporting women refugees and asylum seekers.
After the 2 and 1/2 hr long session Planet Organic is offering tea and cake for all the participants. Please come help us support this amazing women and raise the vibe!

Yoga For Unity. 18 December  2010 , 1.00 p. m. Covent Garden London


Bring your Yoga Mat and Flexi bodies to our Mass Yoga Session in aid of AFRICA YOGA PROJECT.

Guest Celebs will be showing their support and all will be filmed – so get involved and get your names on the credits!!!

Yoga For Unity is working on an awareness campaign for a charity group called The Africa Yoga Project to support Kenyan yoga teachers who, using yoga are tackling Tribalism in their country. Already this has seen many youths, who were idle and living in the slums, to receive a personal transformation through the practice of yoga. It is this experience that the yoga teachers would like to take out to the the rural districts in Kenyan Rift Valley, to bring transformation on community levels.

Yoga For Unity is having it’s big launch for this awareness campaign on Saturday 18th December and will be hosting “Flash Mob” style events in London, in LA and in Kenya. These events will be Yoga Sessions, where volunteers on the day in guise as normal members of the public will drop to the floor, roll out yoga mats and will complete the Sun Salutation series for 5 – 10 minutes.

The London event will be on

Saturday, December 18 at 12.30pm in Covent Garden for a rehearsal at The Africa Centre, 38 King street

Flash Mob to start at 1PM and will last about 5-10 minutes, max.

For more info see Yoga for Unity on Facebook

In Love and Seva of the people of Haiti. 31 January 2010

Fundraising vinyasa yoga class and healing circle held at Yogahome, 11 Allen Road London , N16 8SB

2.00 p.m. to 3.15 p.m.

Minimum suggested donation £8

All proceeds will be devolved to Medicins Sans Frontieres ( Doctors without Borders)

Join in for a lead vinyasa class aimed at opening the heart centre. This class will close with sitting and chanting in a circle to direct our energy to the people affected by the earthquake in Haiti.

This event will take place on 31 January that is World Yoga Day. Many studios around the world are running a 24 hr yoga marathon to raise funds for Haiti.

World Yoga Day 2010: Let's join forces and support Médecins Sans Frontières also known as Doctors without Borders! Click here to join.

This is the follow up from one of the organizer of the World Yoga Day, Samira Radsi:

A warm and enthusiastic HELLO to all of you.

We had a fantastic WORLD YOGA DAY 2010. Nearly 350 schools/teachers collected €27,000/$37,600 in donations for Médecins Sans Frontières. This is a wonderful achievement as it means help and relief for many people.

Thank you all we are so happy and proud to join forces with you.

Namaste and lots of great energy,

WYD Team

Samira Radsi
Brückenstrasse 4
10178 Berlin
Tel. 0177 47 87 677