Holiday Fundraiser in Gstaad


Yoga for a Cause

The season is here for warm company, idyllic scenery, Yoga and a cause that unites.  

Join us for a two hour Yoga multilevel masterclass with, renowned Jivamukti Yoga teacher, Yogeswari,  at The Alpina Gstaad hotel.

Tuesday, December 27th, 10:00 am - 12:00 pm CET

Alpinastrasse 23, 3780 Gstaad, Switzerland

                All proceeds destined to promoting peace, human dignity & cross-cultural communication.

Holiday Fundraiser for 

AZAHAR Foundation

Hosted by Nastasia Bach

You're invited to a gathering showcasing the life-changing work of AZAHAR Foundation in promoting peace, human dignity and cross-cultural communication. In this afternoon get-together we will introduce the work of the foundation and present funding opportunities over coffee and cake.

Holiday Fundraiser Afternoon Program

16:00 - 16:10 

AZAHAR Foundation's vision - by Yogeswari

16:10 - 16:20

"Peace is Possible" video screening

16:20 - 16:30

Highlights on reconciliation and access to justice in post-genocide Cambodia - by Nastasia Bach

16:30 - 16:40

Powerful effects of yoga for trauma healing & Fundaci├│n Radika┬┤s partnership with AZAHAR Foundation - by Maria Macaya

16:40 - 16:50 

Overview of donation goals and opportunities

16:50 - 17:30

Q&A and networking over coffee and cake

Who is Yogeswari? 

Yogeswari is a world renowned Senior Jivamukti Yoga teacher and one of the most senior teachers in this method. She was named by Sonima as one of the 100 most influential yoga teachers in the US. She travels and teaches Jivamukti Yoga internationally and has dedicated herself to inspire other human beings through her teachings and philanthropic leadership. She is the founder & president of AZAHAR Foundation and devotes her resources to the growth and development of the organization.

Growing up in a multilingual household in Switzerland, while also traveling the world with her family, she developed a keen interest for world cultures, their languages, arts and spiritual traditions.

After two years of studying ethnology and theater at the FU Berlin, she studied dance and choreography in the US (BFA McL Temple U, Philadelphia; MA NYU, (New York). In her 20-year career as a dancer/choreographer, her main interest was the juxtaposition of different cultural aesthetics and media, as well as socio-political issues and multiculturalism.