On August 2, 2014 VML, a Savannah resident and Savannah State University graduate along with a group with the Africa Yoga Project will be setting out on an adventure of a lifetime. “I will be traveling with The Africa Yoga Project (AYP) to Tanzania, Africa on a Seva Safari for 2 weeks” says VML with a big smile on her face.
The Africa Yoga Project is an organization that empowers young people in Kenya’s urban slums through yoga, innovating a replicable model that creates jobs, improves health, and develops leaders. “I am excited about this opportunity because I get to be involved in a service that reaches individuals that might not otherwise be exposed to this art form” says VML. AYP is opening a brand new adventure into the heart of east Africa – Climbing Mount Kilimanjaro. Co-led by John Fortin, triathlete and life long yogi, alongside Billy Sadia, Development Director of AYP.
The participants will go to the top of Mount Kilimanjaro with the Africa Yoga Project community on this world class adventure.
Seva is the Sanskrit word for “selfless service” and safari is the Swahili word for “journey or trip”. On a Seva Safari trip with Africa Yoga Project, that is exactly what you will be getting – a selfless service journey. It is a trip that will change your life and the lives you touch forever. Any one of our Seva Safari trips will leave you with a deeper understanding of your purpose and how you are being for others.