Yoga In Africa (Gorgeous & Inspiring Photos That Will Melt Your Heart)

As a man, yoga is a practice I use to clean out the unnecessary and walk with mindfulness in our world. As an artist, yoga is a poetic human expression celebrating our sincere desire to be better human beings. I found Africa Yoga Project a few months ago and knew, without question, I wanted to be of service to this remarkable organization.

The following images are of my first few days as a resident artist for Africa Yoga Project, whose work is dedicated to healing and empowering individuals. If these pictures inspire you, pass them on. I want the world to know about Africa Yoga Project.

Jacob Parit Noomek: Maasai Village, Kenya (The Foothills of Kilimanjaro)

Anita Njeri: Nairobi, Kenya

Arrow Created with Sketch. Article continues below

James Thiru: Hindu Temple - Nairobi, Kenya

Mama Fatuma Orphanage - Nairobi, Kenya

Mama Fatuma Orphanage - Nairobi, Kenya

Arrow Created with Sketch. Article continues below

Mama Fatuma Orphanage - Nairobi, Kenya

Mama Fatuma Orphanage - Nairobi, Kenya

Mama Fatuma Orphanage - Nairobi, Kenya

Arrow Created with Sketch. Article continues below

Ghetto Green Children's Home - Nairobi, Kenya

Ghetto Green Children's Home - Nairobi, Kenya

Wellington Owiye: Huruma, Kenya

Isaac Mukwaya: Huruma, Kenya

Kangeme Social Hall - Nairobi, Kenya

Vasisthasana: Ghetto Green Children's Home - Nairobi, Kenya

Savasana: Ghetto Green Children's Home - Nairobi, Kenya

Irene Auma - Nairobi, Kenya

Kangeme Social Hall - Nairobi, Kenya

Langata Women's Prison - Nairobi, Kenya

David Maina: Uthiru Grounds - Nairobi, Kenya

David Maina: Uthiru Grounds - Nairobi, Kenya

Faith Muyiai Somoire: Amboseli, Kenya

Julius Kapaito Seleka: Amboseli Kenya

Jacob Parit Noomek: Maasai Village, Kenya (The Foothills of Kilimanjaro)

Related Posts

Your article and new folder have been saved!