Give Back Yoga Progams
Our research-based and clinically proven partner programs give teachers a strong framework for bringing yoga to underserved communities. Find a yoga therapy training in your area, and learn how you can foster positive body image, help at-risk youth and adults build a better life, support veterans’ recovery from PTSD and more.
Eat Breathe Thrive
Foster positive body image through yoga and community.
Eat Breathe Thrive offers a system of support for anyone struggling with negative body image and disordered eating. Its clinical program, Yoga for Eating Disorders, gives clients in treatment centers yoga-based tools for long-term recovery; while its community-based “Thrive Tribes,” led by certified facilitators, provide an intimate network of ongoing support. Learn how you can help the program to grow, and bring Eat Breathe Thrive to your community or clients.
Chelsea Roff, Program Director
A $5,000 Donation will bring Eat Breathe Thrive’s clinical program, Yoga for Eating Disorders, to a treatment center.
Prison Yoga Project
Give men and women behind bars a chance to heal and transform.
Through a program of trauma-informed yoga that’s taught as a mindfulness practice, the Prison Yoga Project helps incarcerated men and women to heal from unresolved trauma and learn skills for non-violent problem resolution. Learn how you can help to bring free yoga resources to prisoners, and how you can share the program in your own community.
James Fox, Program Director
A $3,500 donation will fund a full scholarship for a former prisoner to become certified as a yoga teacher.
Share yoga with cancer survivors to help manage the challenges of treatment.
Founded to help cancer survivors find well-being, yoga4cancer integrates yoga into cancer treatment plans. Managing side effects, boosting immunity and improving recovery, yoga also provides a supportive environment for those touched by cancer. Learn how you can help the program grow and support more yoga teachers to bring this practice to communities nationwide.
Tari Prinster, Program Director
A $1,000 donation will fund a full scholarship to complete y4c training certification