Sage Hills Shala offers a unique opportunity to donate towards a deserving student who wishes to become a Certified Yoga Teacher by contributing to our Yoga Scholarship fund that we have created in honor of Kimber Hunter. Kimber was a delightful, endearing young woman whose life was brief, albeit very bright. She was a dedicated student of Yoga, and gave of her time freely here at the OM Ranch, painting, working in the green house, helping with student check-ins for our classes and events, and more!
If you’d like to donate to our scholarship fund, please click the “donate” button below. We are so grateful for any donation amount. Thank you!
Please Email Mandeep for the Yoga Scholarship Application: Mandeep@sagehillshealing.com
OR you can call her directly: 435 867 9642. Text is not available to this number. Thank you!
Our licensing for this Scholarship is registered as:
OM Ashram, L3C
Your donation will be tax deductible and a receipt will be provided immediately for your records. The scholarship funds will be awarded to deserving students who can demonstrate as per their individual personality and situations as to why they could be gifted and awarded either full or partial scholarship. There will be a work exchange required with scholarship recipients. Sage Hills Shala, a registered Yoga Alliance Yoga Training School, has been offering in-depth immersions of the teachings of Hatha Yoga, Kundalini Yoga and Meditation since 2006.
Mandeep – Melanie Paulk Abderrahman – is the Director and Founder of the Sage Hills Yoga Shala and the co-owner of the OM Ashram with her husband and partner – Omar Abderrahman. We thank you for your contribution as we feel strongly that with each new Teacher of Yoga & Meditation, lives are changed profoundly and more of the human family awakening occurs as well! Heal Yourself – Heal the World! “Truly great fortunes were not received by hoarding money but by circulating it. The plain truth is that you must start giving before you can start receiving. This is the nature of the Universe that we live in.” – Yogi Bhajan