"Japan Benefit" Donation Svaroopa® Yoga & Kirtan Night ~ Amy Barnes with Special Guests, Karen Hogg & Gadi Das"
~ Helping Tsunami & Earthquake refugees fleeing the east coast of Japan
Date: Saturday, April 9th
Time & Cost: Yoga Class at 4-5pm (any donation! 100% goes to the Benefit) & Kirtan at 6-8pm ($15 suggested donation, a part of your donation goes to the Benefit) ~ Come to either class or Kirtan, or both! There are great local restaurants near by the studio in Berry Hill.
Location: THE YOGA ROOM (Berry Hill, near 100 Oaks Malls)
2829 Azalea Place, Nashville, TN 37204
Bring our conscious minds together, and experience the power of consciousness & healing within.
My hometown in Japan, Aizu in Fukushima prefecture, where my family lives, is about 60 miles northwest from the nuclear power plants damaged by the recent tsunami and earthquake. Many people have been evacuated from the affected areas to Aizu, and the schools and churches are filled with these people. In addition to food, water and shelter, they need diapers for babies and elders, female napkins, soaps, shampoos, underwear, and other basic life necessities.
This time, your donations will be sent directly to these shelters in Aizu and other prefectures where people are temporarily living to help purchase their life necessities (click here to see where your donations are going). This is a disaster of unprecedented size and its effect will be felt for years to come. Thank you for your generosity, kindness, support, and prayers!
If you cannot come to this class, you can still participate by donating your gift at:
OR you can send your check, payable to "Ryoko Suzuki" to: "Attention Ryoko (Donation to Aizu), Yoga Room, PO Box 40228, Nashville TN 37204"
Please join us for daily prayer "Water Ceremony with Dr. Masaru Emoto" at Noon (your local time. You can do this from where ever you are.) Please say the following phrase three times it aloud or in your mind. Please offer your sincere prayer (pure vibration)
"To all the souls of the victims from the disaster in eastern Japan,
We are sorry,
Please forgive us,
We thank you,
And we love you."
Thank you very much from my heart.
Click here in JAPANESE