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Yoga Stops Traffick: the Om & Bass yoga FUNraiser to fight human trafficking runs from March 20-21, 2021

The Spring Equinox is a great time to tune in to yourself, connect to a worldwide online community, do something amazing for your wellbeing — and support a great cause like Yoga Stops Traffick.

That’s why Om & Bass Festival is creating a global online weekend wellness event to support this incredible organisation and its courageous work.

At the end of last year, festival founder Rachel Cox received an email from Yoga Stops Traffick asking if she could set up an Om & Bass Chakra Yoga Rave to help raise funds for the charitable organisation.

She felt compelled to assist in any way possible.

So Om & Bass is going large in an effort to raise much-needed cash for the charity: “We can do better than offer a one-off rave night!”

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It means one big weekender of star-studded yoga fun is now lined up for March 20-21, 2021— featuring high-profile yoga names such as Kino MacGregor, Shaman Durek and Stewart Gilchrist.

As well as lots of fantastic yoga, you’ll be supporting an important cause — the atrocities of human trafficking have only worsened since the pandemic swept the planet.

Sadly, those poor souls who are trapped with their abusers are at a far greater risk of death than ever before and human trafficking gangs have been driven even further underground.

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Yoga Stops Traffick works with its grass roots partner in India, Odanadi Seva Trust, working to rescue, rehabilitate and reintegrate trafficked women and children.

For the past 25 years, it has been committed to providing a safe haven for survivors of human trafficking, sexual exploitation, slavery and domestic abuse and child marriages.

But fundraising in these current times is exceptionally challenging — Yoga Stops Traffick relies on donations and fundraising in order to carry out its vital work.

So why not get involved?

Om & Bass and Yoga Stops Traffick have teamed up with the most famous yogis on the planet to create an online festival extravaganza with the most incredible celebrity line up.

At the event, there will be over 100 workshops in yoga, dance, meditation, martial arts, relaxation, sound baths, energy work, comedy, fitness, interviews and musical party vibes in the evenings.

Watch this space for announcements of the mega yoga line up, plus interviews with the spiritual stars and more.

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