These projects are all in progress. Your support will enable us time to complete the development process and cover production and printing costs. As part of the creative process, some titles, details of projects and completion dates may vary slightly to the overview given here.
We are a not for profit social enterprise. We draw basic living expenses, and put everything else back into the work. We do not have deductible gift recipient status. Contributors will receive receipts, gratitude and will be kept informed of the progress of the project.
About the new Yoga books and courses
Each of the new books will also be connected with courses. Each project will also have high quality recordings, practice guides, website support and may include either a residential or online course. Titles include:
- Effort to Effortless
- Guide to Yoga Series
- Seven Sadhanas of Hatha Yoga
- Essence of Meditation
- Qualities for Balanced Living from Bhagavad Gita
- 18 Itties of Swami Sivananda. Illustrated cards for attitudinal yoga.
Support the creation of all new Yoga and First Nations resources created during 2024 with a reward of copies all new books, resources and courses, plus Community Membership (yoga class access according to your capacity) – $5000
Support the creation of new yoga courses and resources with a reward of Sharing and Learning Community Plus membership, access to several classes a week, a suite of online resources and new courses – $1400 for one year
Support the creation of new Yoga books with a reward of 3 printed signed copies of first edition of the book Effort to Effortless, plus either an online or residential course based on the new material – $500
Support the creation of “Qualities” cards, for daily inspiration and attitudinal yoga, illustrated and written by Vimalratna, with a reward of the first set Swami Sivananda’s 18 Itties, and your choice of a limited edition print of one quality (“itty”) in the first set of 18 – $250
Make a donation of $100 to support this yoga work.
These are all projects that have had substantial work already undertaken. Your support will enable us time to complete the development process and cover production and printing costs. As part of the creative process, some titles, details of projects and completion dates may vary slightly to the overview given here.
We are a not for profit social enterprise. We draw basic living expenses, and put everything else back into the work. We do not have deductible gift recipient status.
Every First Nations project is in collaboration with Burambabili Gulbali, overseen by respected Indigenous Elders, on topics of their choosing, with their creative and editorial control.
Contributors will receive receipts, gratitude and will be kept informed of the progress of the project.
About the new First Nations projects
These projects are based on existing collaborations with Yuradyuri Elders
- Selected Stories book by Uncle Jimmy Ingram
- Murray Cod Story book by Uncle Jimmy Ingram
- Follow up to Galaridyi Bangamalagi – Sharing the Lachlan. About the wetlands near Hay, South West NSW, documenting a once in a generation flooding and bird breeding event. Videos and educational website.
- Yindyamarra Yambuwan – Respecting Everything. Cultural education course based on previously created film and book.
- New cultural education website for Burambabili Gulbali Association.
Support the creation of these projects and receive rewards of copies all First Nations resources created and released publicly during 2024-5 – $2500
Support the creation of new videos, website and resources promoting First Nations Cultural and environmental values with reward of Yindyamarra cultural education course and new books – $1000
Support the creation of Yindyamarra Yambuwan cultural education course with reward of course enrolment and print copy of the revised new edition of the text and workbook – $500
Support the creation and printing of the illustrated books, Murray Cod Story and Selected Short Stories by Uncle Jimmy Ingram with a reward of signed printed copies of the books, with two additional copies gifted to Uncle Jimmy’s family members – $250
Make a donation of $100 to support this work with First Nations Communities.