Service

One of the most important practices in yoga is seva,

the Yoga of Service.

It is integral to yogic philosophy.

It is not limited to teaching yoga.

TSY is dedicated to providing seva opportunities for our community.

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Nepal

Nepal is in need of dedicated and highly trained organizations to assist them during this difficult time. PayPal has provided a very good option for choosing who to donate to. You can make donations to fully vetted and reliable relief agencies through the link provided below. PayPal will waive all associated fees and ensure the funds are distributed quickly.
https://www.paypal-donations.com/pp-charity/web.us/campaign.jsp?cid=35

If you would like to explore other options for donating funds, we recommend you read the following two articles to assist you in your decision making:
http://www.huffingtonpost.com/2015/04/27/how-to-help-nepal-victims_n_7154198.html
http://www.pri.org/stories/2015-04-25/how-help-nepal-7-vetted-charities-doing-relief-work-following-earthquake

Shivani Kharel, a TSY graduate, is a native of Nepal and has been tireless in her efforts to raise support for the relief efforts.  She recommends the following website to donate funds: https://www.crowdrise.com/nepalearthquakefund Please contact her at: shivanikharel@gmail.com for more information on how you can be of service to the people of Nepal.

The Al Fourney Center

Hegulka Scheiman, one of our graduates and teacher at Unity Yoga, is a volunteer Learning Independence for Empowerment (LIFE) Coach at AFC. She loves it and we love her.
“AFC has 42 transitional housing beds in shared apartments throughout Manhattan and Brooklyn. Young people can reside in our more independent Transitional Housing Programs for up to two years, while they maintain employment, continue their education and prepare for living on their own.”

To get involved: http://www.aliforneycenter.org/get-involved/support/

TSY Community Scholarship Fund Drive

TSY’s mission is to provide access to yoga teacher trainings for all interested students. We are keenly aware that many would be students are shut out of trainings because of financial hardship. To date we’ve been able to offer a small range of scholarship and work trade opportunities, however we are a very small business with a limited budget.

The TSY Community Scholarship Fund is for dedicated yoga students who demonstrate economic need or hardship. The current drive is an on-going effort. Our hope is that we will be able to offer our first TSY Community Supported Scholarships by Fall 2015. Scholarships will be given based on the number of donations we receive and 100% of the monies donated will go towards student tuition.

If you are a graduate of our program, if you have benefited from the practice of yoga and/or from the work of our teachers, please consider donating to this fund by clicking on the link below.

Thank you for your continued support of Three Sisters Yoga!