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You completed a coaching journey, joined a retreat, workshop or Korumo talk. Through Korumo Living Change we offer on-going support and inspiration on your journey of change.
YOGA AT WORK
"Well-being at work is a leadership strategy", says Deepak Chopra. People thrive when mind and body are cared for. These non-profit organizations in Pietermaritzburg are leading the way. You can join any of our Korumo Yoga classes:
- Monday lunch hour 1-2pm at the Institute of Natural Resources
- Tuesday lunch hour 1-2pm at the Assocation for Rural Advancement
- Wednesday morning 8-9AM at the Law Building, University of KwaZulu-Natal
Cost R50 per session
More info: firstname.lastname@example.org, +27 (0)83 3012936
Whether you are a beginner or experienced yogi or have physical restrictions, you will feel the benefits. We start with basic breathing and postures that ground and strengthen. As your body settles into the movements, your mind quiets down. Self-care builds resilience. Come try it out and stretch yourself in new ways.
WRITING RETREAT: FINDING VOICE THROUGH BODY AND BREATH
Heidi van Rooyen & Monique Salomon - Solitude Retreat Centre 2019 date to be confirmed
Do you use words to compile reports, craft poetry write a blog, your life story or a PhD? No matter your path, use your breathe, a yoga stretch, and meditation, to find a way from mat to notepad, to face your inner critic and dissolve writer’s block. Join us! Stretch yourself in new ways. Find ease, confidence and flow. Be with your body and what is. Reach beyond known limits. Let the words find you.
KORUMO RUN/WALK FOR CHANGE
Through Korumo Run/Walk for Change we raise funds for a just cause and get fit doing so. We run (and walk) because it makes us feel strong and confident. Running reminds us that we can push through any difficulty.
Our first just cause was Iranti-Org, an African queer media and advocacy NGO based in Johannesburg. In 2015 and 2016, #TeamRunForIranti ran 10km and 21km at the Mandela and Soweto Marathon races. In this video executive director Jabu Chen Pereira tells why Iranti's work is worth your support.