Isabella Nitschke

Yoga & Coaching

Karma Yoga

– giving back to society

Yoga for genocide survivors in Rwanda – Project Air

Karma Yoga is the path of service for in this path, it is believed that your present situation is based on your past actions. So by doing selfless service now, you are choosing a future that is free from negativity and selfishness. Karma Yogis change their attitude towards the good and in the process, change their souls, which leads to a change in their destiny.”

Yoga practice is not only asana practice. Yoga also happens off the mat. My teacher Sharath R Jois says:

“Asana practise is for 2 hours. Yoga practise is for 24 hours.”

Yoga is about helping others and giving back to the community. In recent years I’ve been involved in two different organisations that work for women (and human) rights and who are both using yoga as a tool for helping disadvantaged individuals to re-adapt to society. Please read more by clicking on the links below:


Yoga for Indian children who’ve been victims of human trafficking – at Odanadi in Mysore, Karnataka

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