Anahata has a long history of supporting people in need in the community. From counselling and providing healing support to seniors, conducting no-cost yoga classes for elderly women, providing meals to needy members of the community, teaching yoga at schools, employing abandoned and abused women, and more.
We believe that healing and Ayurveda panchakarma therapy treatments should be available for all those who need them. That is why Anahata Healing Arts Centre offers donation-based healing retreats – including Ayurveda panchakarma therapy – for everyone, including those who suffer from serious health problems.
Donations will be used for building the special-needs children's rehabilitation and arts centre, for the senior care centre and residence, as well as to support people in need, who struggle to fund their own treatments elsewhere.
The rehabilitation and arts centre for special-needs children will be a space that enables the children to interact with each other in a relaxed and stress-free environment and explore their creativity. Through arts and crafts, children will be able to exercise their muscles and improve their fine and gross motor skills thereby improving their physical conditions. We hope to encourage the children and give them hope and support for a life beyond their disabilities.
The seniors residence will give our aged members access to healthcare and organic food and a place to socialize with others amidst the natural surroundings that Anahata has to offer. Residents that suffer from physical disabilities or depression will also receive counselling from Kiran to assist them to have a positive state of mind. The seniors residence will enable family members to pay a low-cost fee for the care and needs of their aged or ailing members. For those truly in need, the cost may be waved or subsidized to ensure that care is prioritized.