Entries by Jeneane Dunlap

Climate Change & Yoga: Resist & Regulate

Rob Schware, PhD Executive Director and Co-Founder, The Give Back Yoga Foundation President Ex-Officio and Advisor, Yoga Service Council   In an earlier career, I was a social scientist working with a distinguished group of well-known climatologists and policy makers on the socio-economic impacts of climate change. It was the consensus of the international climatological […]

State of the Art Yoga Service

BY ROB SCHWARE, PhD Executive Director, Give Back Yoga Foundation President Ex-Officio, Yoga Service Council Originally published in CO YOGA + Life Magazine, Summer/Fall 2017. Yoga Service 2017: Catalyzing Large Scale Change When Beryl Bender Birch and I co-founded The Give Back Yoga Foundation in 2007, there were around a dozen non-profit yoga service organizations […]

New Mindful Yoga Therapy study shows significant results for veterans with PTSD

Originally published on the Mindful Yoga Therapy blog Veterans With PTSD Benefit From Mindful Yoga Therapy Veterans benefit from yoga – Veterans struggling with the growing problem of post-traumatic stress disorder (PTSD) have new hope in helping to alleviate their symptoms with Mindful Yoga Therapy (MYT), according to research that finds the specific yoga practices […]

Introducing: the Warrior Yoga Video Series

Originally published on the Gaiam blog This yoga practice is tailored for military personnel or any yoga practitioner looking to build strength, flexibility, resilience and mindfulness into their daily life. Featuring military Special Forces Service Members led by Liz Corwin, a 13-year military Officer and former Navy F-18 pilot, this sequence was produced by Gaiam […]

Partners in Service: Sharing Yoga With the World

As a nonprofit partner, Give Back Yoga is honored to help Gaiam carry out its corporate mission of making yoga accessible to everyone. This video shows how a service-driven partnership is helping tens of thousands of people get on the mat for the first time – from veterans and service members, to first responders and elementary […]