The Sādhaka Phoenix Project
Sādhaka is wholly committed to supporting its students, teachers and the yoga community as a whole and wish to do so as soon as is possible for all affected by the current situation. From the estimates given to us, it's unlikely that we will be back into the building and operating until approximately 10 to 12 months time due to the space being a listed and needing specialist work.
The purpose of fundraising is to help get us through this initial period and to give us more leverage and opportunity to get yoga classes started as soon as possible. Whatever is left over after these events will be directed back into the Sādhaka community, and the community at large.
Any funds raised will help us cover interim costs for an alternative teaching venue, support staff and teachers and find new opportunities to offer yoga classes to our community as we rebuild the centre.
Thank you so much for your support.
With all our love,
Mollie, Simon and the
Sādhaka Yoga Centre Team
Without any notice, or chance to prepare, that all abruptly stopped. It is not only Simon and I who are challenged, but also the teachers and staff, who are having to figure out how to get by. This is especially hard for us, to know there are so many people struggling because of the fire.
This fund is also to help support them, especially in this first month where there is not much we can do but wait...
We are trying to stay positive amidst all of the unknown. We are pretty certain it is going to be a slow road to recovery, and sometimes that feels pretty sad. Mostly, we just want to start sharing the yoga again! Your support is so helpful and encouraging. Thank you!
For me Sadhaka is a place of anchoring, of nurturing and deep healing. As a therapist and yoga teacher, what I cherish about it is how much space it gives every single person that walks through the door to find the right way for them to heal, explore who they are and how they want to practise, whilst providing support, guidance and heartfelt warmth. It is more than a space. It is deep spirit of community and curiosity.
it will be so wonderful again for the path ahead - courage, strength and peace
So many want to see Sadhaka restored and the community brought back together. It will take a commitment.