A Yogi Kitchen is more than a small woman-owned business. We're a family. We're a community. We're a social business.dedicated to serving from the heart. We're committed to feeding and clothing people. We devote ourselves to love and care as the guiding force of our yoga practice. What is a social business? It means that our profits go right back into our community. All of our regular yoga classes are by donation. You can join us from anywhere in the world. We have two in-person classes in Lawrence, KS. and two Zoom classes. Click on Delicious Yoga to see description and times and read about Pop-Up Yoga requests. Stay up to date on everything we're doing by subscribing to our newsletter, which comes out a few times a year.
At A Yogi Kitchen we believe in community and we believe in service. We believe in people. So, we practice Yoga Off The Mat. We love our mat practice. It strengthens and relaxes, offering challenges beyond hard poses. We practice core yoga concepts beyond learning poses like Trikonasana. We grow and connect through the art of selfless service, or Seva.
Because we are A Yogi Kitchen and our founder is a chef, we practice by stocking a pantry for the community and cooking for the Free Community Meal at Sunrise Project. Our Seva is feeding people mind/body/soul. Food does that, doesn't it. It's the perfect match.
On the first and third weeks of each month we invite you to dedicate yourself to your community, whether you cook or not. , dedicating our practice to our community. Join us for yoga off the mat as we cook four days a month for the Free Community Meal at Sunrise Project, the first and third Wednesday of every month. With this amazing community non-profit we share over 700 meals per month. Yogis who can't join us during the workday have he opportunity to bake desserts in their homes and deliver to Sunrise. .
In addition we collect and repurposes resources like cookware, dinnerware, blankets and clothing to for individuals and to support organizations that may run low. .We collect donated food and keep a pantry at A Yogi Kitchen in Lawrence, KS. Every week we create food boxes and bags to share with local families and unhoused people. The pantry also provides baking supplies to people with baking skills, who want to bake for Sunrise Project.
Be a part of our family, serving our community, on and off the mat.
Join us this November