Some of the services we currently support:


Blenheim is a charity that provides support services for drug & alcohol users, families and carers. Currently we are offering a support class at CASA Alcohol Service in Islington.


Castlehaven Community Association is a thriving community association in the heart of Camden Town. We support their Over 50’s project with Kundalini Yoga & Meditation.


Crantoun is a chairty that helps over 15,000 people who are affected one way or another by alcohol and drug misuse.We currently offer classes within their residential rehabilitation services.


Crisis is the national charity for single homeless people, dedicated to ending homelessness. We offer classes to help support the homeless at their East London Skylight Centre.


Medway & Swale Advocacy Partnerships is a service to support individuals with mental health issues. We offer a class to service users in their Medway Centre.

St Mungo’s

St. Mungo’s mission is to house, support and care for vulnerable and excluded people who either have been, or are at risk of, sleeping rough and homelessness. We currently offer classes in 2 of their centres.



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Opportunity for teaching a weekly seva class: Paul’s Cancer Support Centre, Battersea, London

GRDP is setting up a weekly class for people affected by cancer and would like to invite anyone from the Kundalini Yoga teaching community who feels inspired to offer their service by teaching this class.

Venue: Paul’s Cancer Support Centre

Address: 20-22 York Road, Battersea, London SW11 3QA

Day: Wednesday

Time: 11am – 12.30pm

Clients and attendees include:
– people at different stages of cancer from initial diagnosis to post-treatment and remission
– carers
– relatives

Class requirements: A gentle approach based on pranayam, stretching exercises and meditation with a focus on relaxation and stress release.

As people have different levels of physical ability and overall health, the teacher would need to accommodate and adapt for anyone sitting in a chair.

Website: For more details about the Centre visit:

Further information: If you are interested, please contact Angad Kaur at GRDP: