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Bring the Elephant Home Fundraiser

A garden full moon yoga & meditation event to support Bring the Elephant Home's Tom Yum Project. - 8.11.2022

"In an effort to protect the wild elephant population in their significantly decreased habitats, as well as the livelihood of their neighboring communities, Bring the Elephant Home has created the Tom Yum Project -"named after the spicy, healthy Thai soup of which the ingredients (chilli, garlic, lemongrass, galangal, kaffir lime, onion, coriander) are not attractive to elephants. This means the crops can be used as an income-generating natural elephant deterrent."

To stay up to date on donations and project visit this link.

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Past events

World Elephant Day Fundraiser

Join me next Monday, August 12th from 6-

August 12, 2019 we were able to meet and beet our goal of raising $500 for Heart of Ganesh and were able to raise $615!!


From the Director of Heart of Ganesh:

"Hitting the $500 goal would allow us to hand out backpacks filled with school supplies for every child, provide satchels of teaching supplies for the 2 teachers and the School Director, and paint the inside of the school with bright colors, which will help counter the lack of lights and electricity and brighten the space to better see, learn, and read.


What does a project like “Elephants Can’t Read” really have to do with World Elephant Day?



If we want to save the last of the wild elephants and bring humane treatment to those already in captivity, then some of the focus must be on those who live among the elephants, particularly the struggling ethnic minority population.  Access to education and additional support for these extremely rural schools in “elephant lands” can help change the future for elephants living in the greater surrounding area by giving options and choices for livelihoods that are in keeping with coexistence. Given a chance, these impoverished children of subsistence farmers and foragers could become the elephant’s greatest supporters, saving what’s left of the wild ."nes and tending those in captivity with love and respect.

Earth Warriors Weekend

A weekend of yoga, cultivating mindfulness practices, learning more about how to protect our planet and connecting with Mother Nature at the beautiful Miami Beach Botanical Garden.


2 Day Pass: $199 with $50 of the price going to Botanical Garden and Debris Free Oceans


(If interested in a one day pass, send email to


Ticket Price includes:

  • 3 yoga classes

  • 7 meditation practices

  • 6 workshops

  • Lunch catered by Della Bowls

  • Kombucha from Radiate

  • Fresh snacks

  • Beach cleanup


***Closing sound journey with Sharon Aluma 


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