Karma Yoga and Kind Spirits

Pema Chodron states that one way to Live Beautifully: with Uncertainty and Chaos is to ask: “How can I be of service?” (72). This is Karma Yoga. Karma Yoga is the path of selfless service. It involves supporting and giving back to others without regard of attachment or personal gain.

On Saturday, October 24th from 5 to 10 p.m. at the Long Beach Museum of Art, Purple Yoga will host Hatha for Hunger Halloween Gala. The event supports No Kid Hungry, an organization that prioritizes ending child hunger in America.

1 in 5 U.S. kids don’t get the nutritious food they need, which takes a toll on their health and development. Poor health and development threaten the child’s, but also the nation’s future in profound ways.  

Put on your selfless service costume and join the fun. Alex, Sean and special guest instructor Scott Winslow will teach an Outdoor Sunset Flow overlooking the ocean. Kim, Ace and special guest instructor Sandra Winslow will teach an Indoor Chill Flow with the intention of bringing relaxation and tranquility.

Karma Yoga and selfless service include making friends with your Self. There will also be music, free food, vegetable crudité, coffee, tea and water, and an open bar with tequila tasting. So enjoy the spirits. Spirits unite the soul and the divine, and are fated to achieve liberation.

For more information about Hatha for Hunger Halloween Gala, visit the events link: http://purpleyoga.org/workshopsretreats.

Direct donations to No Kid Hungry can be made at: www.nokidhungry.org/donate