Enjoy Your Yoga Practice Whilst Supporting Those In Need At The Same Time….

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Good people, there is no valid reason for you not to get some Yoga and we have never needed it more. At Pure Peace Yoga, we are not just offering Zoom live Yoga but we have shorter pre-recorded classes, meditation, mantra chanting and Satsung (teachings/messages) on the cards too, which you will have access to through a subscription.

You are a drop, but you are also the Ocean. 20% of what we bring in goes to support Hotel Hope, our local foster home, and we have committed to continue paying our domestic and gardening staff. So when you support us, you support them.

Your first class with us is free! Go to www.purepeaceyoga.co.za and book a class on our schedule. Here’s a HOW TO: www.youtube.com/watch?v=5D0JVUIz4Pc
Queries: 076 813 2825 or purepeaceyoga@gmail.com

Once you have a profile, use “complimentary class” as your payment option. Your first month with us for Unlimited Access is only R500!

THEREAFTER:

OPTION 1: CLASS CARDS
Stick to class cards if you only come to class once a week.

OPTION 2: MONTHLY SUBSCRIPTION (Unlimited Attendance)
Pricing 1: R500 per month.
Pricing 2: R850 per month.
Pricing 3: Donations

There is no difference between these three options in terms of what you have access to. This model is asking you to pay based on what you can afford, weighing up how often you want to come to class. We are offering this until we are all in more certain times. Please take some time to be with yourself about this. For many of our students, what you receive here is priceless and you may want to give more than R850. If you can, be generous so that you are covering those who can not pay much or anything at all. For now, you can change the amount you pay from month to month, until the economy is more stable. If you are not in a position to pay for classes at this time, please let go of guilt and shame and COME TO CLASS. You are loved and wanted in our classes. Those facing loss of income shouldn’t have to give up the thing that is helping them get through it. This too shall pass.

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