In a new installment for our yoga service series on The Huffington Post Blog, Executive Director Rob Schware talks with yoga teacher Szymon Jarosławski about his seva work: sharing free yoga classes with blind students at a vocational training center in India.
“During a decade of volunteering I have had an opportunity to understand that it is not about ‘doing a service’. I like to feel that there is no giver and receiver, but rather a partnership.”
– Szymon Jarosławski, PhD, a certified yoga teacher and Thai massage therapist based in Bangalore, India
To read about the standout moments of working with visually impaired students in Bangalore, check out Szymon’s full interview on The Huffington Post Blog.
You can help Syzmon to cover the costs of his seva work by visiting his blog, Find Your Yoga, and making a $10 donation to sponsor a class. Learn more about this work in this video: