• Karma at Be-yoga

    Every 2nd Saturday of the month from 3.30 - 4.30pm Be-yoga holds a Karma class.

    This is a regular hatha yoga class, and all proceeds go to charity. The classes are drop-in, there is no need to book or become a member. We ask that you leave a small cash donation and all proceeds go to our charity of the month.

    Each month we select a new charity as our focus. If you, as one of our members, have a charity particularly close to your heart, let us know! We welcome fundraising suggestions from our members.  

    Have a read below about the charities we have been supporting over the past year. 

  • Ourmala

    Ourmala is an organisation that helps refugees and asylum seekers rebuild their lives; providing them with access to critical services, English lessons, and yoga classes where they can experience the therapeutic benefits of yoga practice. 

    Find out more about their work here. 

  • Yoga for Alzheimer's

    Yoga For Alzheimers is committed to raising awareness of Alzheimers and supporting those living with the disease, as well as those caring for family members. 

    Find out more about their work here. 

  • Winston's Wish

    Winston's Wish is a charity supporting bereaved children to make sense of death and rebuild their lives.

    Read more about their work here.

  • Demelza Children's Hospice

    Fundraising for Demelza Children's Hospice was kicked off by our Rockin' Flow Christmas Party, and continued throughout January and early February. Demelza supports children and families across Kent, South East London and East Sussex.

    Read more about their work here

  • Malawi Bail Project

    The Malawi Bail Project aims to increase access to justice for the 90% of Malawians who experience the legal process unrepresented.

    Read more about their work here.

  • Motor Neurone Disease Association

    The Motor Neurone Disease Association is the only national charity in England, Wales and Northern Ireland focused on MND care, research and campaigning.

    It is a membership organisation with over 9,000 members, forming a powerful national and local network, which provides information and support alongside fighting for improved services.  

    Bryony's family are heavily involved in the West London branch.

    Find out more about their work here.