YOGA FOR THE HEART
May 28, from 2pm and 6pm
Hillview Multicultural Centre
On 28th May 2022, Sanatana Yoga Academy (SYA for short) have arranged Yoga sessions between 2pm to 6pm for all interested to join. Each session will last one hour starting from 2pm to 3pm; 3.30pm to 4.30pm; 5pm to 6pm .
You can attend any session that is convenient to you. There are no fixed fees. Just donate from your heart. All your donations will go to the Ukrainian Association of Western Australia to buy urgent supplies for the people of Ukraine. First Aid packs and medicines are some items in urgent need.
Come along with your family and friends and enjoy a session of Yoga and feel the difference. Whether you are a beginner who has never done Yoga or an experienced practitioner this is an opportunity for you to practice Yoga and at the same time help fellow human beings undergoing immense suffering.
Bring your own Yoga mat, drinking water and plenty of love and happiness.
If you have any questions or wish to register your attendance, you can also email us directly at email@example.com or call us on 0438496040.
For more information about the needs of Ukrainians please contact Mykola Mowczan , President Ukrainian Association of Western Australia at +61412228056 or email firstname.lastname@example.org.
Finally, a big thank you to the City of Canning for providing the hall free of charge for this event.
MEDICAL SUPPLIES ARRIVE IN UKRAINE
A positive story has arisen out of the devastating and horrifying effects and outcomes of the Russian/Ukrainian War. A small team in Western Australia and Northern Territory, together with two suppliers has achieved a West Australian first for Ukraine.
The acquisition and delivery of much needed medical supplies to Hospitals and Trauma teams has been a priority ever since February 24th 2022, when the Russian Military invaded Ukraine under the pretence described as a "Special Operation," Leading to the ongoing injury, death and displacement of millions of Ukrainian people.
The Ukrainian Association of WA, Orest Zadvirnyy from the Ukrainian Australian Association of NT, Doctor Olexandra Voloshyn, geriatrician from Rockingham hospital, WA and specialised medical personnel, medical suppliers and logistic experts have collaborated in a combined effort to identify and deliver life saving medical products urgently needed for the region by initiating a "Special Operation" of their own.
The products have now been received by the medical teams in Ukraine. They are essential to help save lives. Company director Denise Dagley and Mandurah Pharmacist Aaron Sangalli pledged their support to the team by supplying sizable quantities of the much-needed First aid supplies.
"We are very greatful and thankful to Denise and Aaron for their support and generosity for these critically needed products and hope to send much more" said Mykola Mowczan president of the Ukrainian Association of WA.
Anyone who would like to assist the team or would like to donate much needed funds to the organisation, can contact them directly at email@example.com