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70 more in collection Yoga Changes the Lives of Disadvantaged People, Kenya

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24 Mar 2014

Nairobi

Nicole Akoth, 21, teaches a class in an orphanage in Nairobi, Kenya. The Njiru Progressive Focus Centre is a community-based organization that takes care of 97 children between the ages of three and 18. According to the director, Yoga brings the children something extra to relax their mind after school classes. Nicole has been practicing Yoga for two years. Nicole has been practicing yoga for two years. She loves kids and loves teaching them because she thinks she can bring them to feel that they would be able to be anything they want in life. Thanks to Yoga, she became not only more courageous, stronger and less shy but also more stable financially. She dreams to open her own Yoga center and also an art school.

Yoga pose: Adho mukha svanasana or dog pose.