Charities & Community


The more we get the more we give: we are all part of our local, national and global community so we donate monthly in our parish, our country and our planet. Thank you for your contribution.

  PHOENIX PRISON TRUST  – Enables the teaching of yoga inside prisons to support rehabilitation.      
ACTION AID     AA India works towards a vision of a world without poverty , patriarchy and injustice where every person enjoys life with dignity. Himani Seth is the  Indian child Uckfield Yoga sponsors with Action Aid to enable her to attend school regularly and get an education. India is a very over populated country and the key to birth control is to educate women, Grace is hoping to visit India again one day soon and meet her. We have the most recent picture up at the studio and we send her letters telling her about the yoga studio.
This is a photo of the child we sponsor – Himani Seth, she lives in Balisankara, Odisha state where AA are empowering the communities to access their rights over land, water, forests and other commons; advocating for their participation in public welfare schemes; restoring rights of women and girls, and ensuring their safety; ensuring the rights of children, their education and protection; and advocating for providing them with equal socio-economic opportunities.
The Bevern Trust in Barcombe village ensures that people with disabilities can live truly active and fulfilling lives, in an environment where they can feel safe, are loved and are offered compassionate care.The Bevern Trust

Community supported by UCKFIELD YOGA

We are very involved with the local community and would like to share yoga with everyone. In 2018 we went along to the Brownies, WI, Divas, Headway, Wellbeing Centre and we are always keen to link with other neighbourhood groups who are interested. We are also connected to the following groups ; Member of the Uckfield & District Chamber of Commerce

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Look out for our advert in the local Uckfield matters magazine.