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– Carri Uranga, Yoganonymous - http://www.yoganonymous.com/ubuntu-yoga-travel-articles-south-africa-community-carri-uranga/
…at South Africa Yoga I appreciated the serenity of the environment, the millions of stars in the night sky, the mountains and the wild animals, but the most memorable days were the ones we spent in the local townships visiting early childhood development centers, donating toys and books and playing with the kids.
– Dillon Mann, co-founder of South Africa Yoga - http://www.yoga-abode.com/travel/how_to_make_a_difference_on_retreat
With its values of community and selflessness, the international yoga community is uniquely placed to harness the positive benefits of travel
– Kerry Harding, traveller and founder enjoybedandbreakfast.com - http://www.lonelyplanet.com/travelblogs/62/140690/Travel+Inspiration%3A+The+Yoga+Retreat+That+Made+Me+Ditch+My+Day+Job?destId=355611
What I love about South Africa Yoga is that it really is in the middle of nowhere and for every retreat that they do, they give something back to the community
– Dillon Mann, co-founder of South Africa Yoga via Health24 - http://www.health24.com/fitness/Specific_Sports/16-2175-2187-2277,73041.asp
Yoga is growing in popularity around the world. Latest estimates suggest that 15.8 million Americans and half a million Britons regularly practice yoga. Yet in South Africa, teachers claim that despite yoga becoming more mainstream, many South Africans are reluctant to try it out because of a few persistent myths.
– Tanya Rayfield - http://www.facebook.com/media/set/?set=a.268017949939366.63677.137021559705673&type=1
The Outdoor Charity Yoga class was a magical morning…really loved being a part of it!!:)