Take Part In Our Free Classes This Week

To celebrate Mental Health Awareness Week, we’re offering our wonderful community 1 free class every single day this week! All you need to join is Zoom, which you can download for free here.

Here is our free class schedule. Click on the Zoom links below each class to join for free:

Don’t forget to spread the kindness with your friends and family too! If you haven’t yet signed up to our online platform Sadhana Live, you can sign up here to get a free 14 day trial. 

Mental Health Awareness Week

This is mental health awareness week (18-24th May) and this year the theme is kindness.

Like most people, we’ll be spreading our Sadhana kindness virtually this year! Keep an eye on our Instagram and Facebook channels to take part in our kindness challenge and get access to tips, facts and activities.

We have a range of resources on Sadhana Live to support you too, including a library of live-streamed and on-demand yoga and movement classes, plus exclusive content about stress and anxiety relief, nutrition, sound meditation and more.

And if that’s not enough, we’re also offering 1 free yoga class via Zoom every single day this week! Join your favourite Sadhana teachers and take part in a range of classes, including Bikram, Vinyasa and Yin. We hope that by connecting with each other daily we can help build a community filled with even more kindness, strength and love. To support your mental health and the wellbeing of those around you, join us in kindness. Full schedule and booking links below.


What is Mental Health Awareness Week?

Mental Health Awareness Week is a campaign run every year by The Mental Health Foundation. They are striving to drive change towards a mentally healthy society for all, and support communities, families and individuals to live mentally healthier lives, with a particular focus on those at greatest risk.

Each year is designed to bring awareness to a specific topic – such as body image, stress, relationships and kindness. Millions of people benefit from the support they receive from the campaign every year.

As we start to consider the possibility of moving out of lockdown, it is more important than ever to protect our mental health. Focusing on the power of kindness is key to helping us bounce back even stronger, confident and caring than before.

Why Kindness?

One thing that we have seen all over the world is that kindness is prevailing in uncertain times.

We have learnt that amid the fear, there is also community, support and hope.

We have a once in a generation opportunity not only during but also following this pandemic for a reset and re-think about what kind of society we want to emerge from this crisis. Applied kindness could have a transformative impact on our schools, places of work, communities and families.

The added benefit of helping others is that it is good for our own mental health and wellbeing. It can help reduce stress and improve your emotional wellbeing.

Join Our Kindness Challenge

This week, we challenge you to complete one act of kindness every single day. That could be making your loved one a cup of tea, helping out a neighbour, supporting a charity, volunteering at your local food bank or homeless shelter, or even picking up the phone to a friend and asking how they are.  Let us know what acts of kindness you’re spreading in the world by sharing your stories with us on social media and using #sadhanakindnesschallenge

In a world where you can be anything, be kind.