Kaliji’s spring Europe tour completed with weekend programs in London at the Special Yoga Center. SYC is a registered charity that offers yoga programs and workshops, as well as yoga therapy for children with special needs, on a donation basis. This is the third year that Kaliji has taught at SYC.
During the weekend, Kaliji and assistants John, Stephanie and Eva-Maria had some sightseeing time.
With Horse Guard in front of Admiralty Arch
Kaliji and Hunk the Labradoodle in Regents Park
Kaliji with Big Ben
Kaliji and student Ekaterina in Regents Park. Ekaterina is from Austria, and attended programs in Switzerland, Munich, and London.
Kaliji and assistant Eva-Maria Beck.
With Alexander Gifford. Alexander is the co-Artistic Director of The Picturedrome Theatre in Gloucester and co-directs the Tongues of Fire Youth Theatre at the ASHA Centre in Gloustershire. Alexander’s mother, Zerbanoo Gifford, is the founder of the ASHA center, where Kaliji visited last summer. Zerbanoo wrote “Confessions to a Serial Womaniser: Secrets of the World’s Most Influential Women”, which included a feature on Kaliji.
In the London hotel
Scenes from the TY sessions ~
John assisting students with Wall-Supported Shoulderstand
With student James at the Special Yoga Center. James attended last summer’s programs in London as well.
Assistants Eva Maria, John, and Stephanie with TriYoga Teacher and London organizer Jill Everett.
Kaliji with John and Stephanie in Regents Park. John and Stephanie will remain in England for a week, teaching at the ASHA Center in Gloucestershire, before continuing on to Israel and Moscow.
Kaliji enjoyed two delicious vegetarian restaurants in London. A favorite is the completely vegan restaurant 222 Vegan at 222 North End Road in West Kensington:
Another great restaurant is the all vegetarian and vegan-friendly Tibits, 12-14 Heddon Street (off of Regent Street), near Picadilly Circus: http://www.tibits.co.uk/e/.