Institute Per Ankh House of Life to Life

by PER ANKH Ashram in London, England, United Kingdom

Institute Per Ankh House of Life to Life

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Create a center for the practice of natural healing, providing respite and relaxation. Healing Sciences to include Afrikan Yoga & Meditation

by PER ANKH Ashram in London, England, United Kingdom

We are raising £18000 for a 7 acre development in a rural area of Kenya Per Ankh (House of Life)  Ashram that has a multi-purpose usage as it will be used for teacher training in Afrikan yogic techniques and systems, classes and course  devoted to Afrikan Yoga, Afrikan dance, Afrikan Martial Arts and Healing Sciences. Per Ankh will also provide massage, Herbal treatment and Holistic Health Consultation and other therapeutic systems with a focus to creating better health in Kenya and a space for internationals to train, learn and teach in these disciplines.

The House of Life Site will also provide training for self employment within the leisure, education, sustainable development and health sectors throughout Kenya and other countries on the continent, providing classes and interactive workshops for personal development. The site aims to attract dedicated student teachers locally and internationally.

The Aims of the site

  • Aim 1. To create a center for the practice of natural healing, providing respite and relaxation. Healing Sciences to include Afrikan Yoga, Meditation, Massage, Herbal Cleansing, Holistic Health Training
  • Aim 2. To maintain a Cultural and Historical Educational Resource Centre (including Library)
  • Aim 3. To build and maintain site using Deep Ecology and Permaculture principles.
  • Aim 4. To build a site using sustainable eco technology, using locally sourced material
  • Aim 5. To maintain a system of organic cultivation for consumption and sale
  • Aim 6. To develop a working artistic community of Africans of the Diaspora in partnership with indigenous Africans in order to preserve African Arts, Sciences and Craft.
  • Aim 7. To create a site for the dissemination and training of expertise.
  • Aim 8. To provide a retreat for tourist and visitors 

 

 

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