As Executive Director of the Give Back Yoga Foundation and President of the Yoga Service Council, Rob Schware is proud to be part of a growing movement of yoga service providers who are helping to address societal problems such as school dropout rates, substance abuse, PTSD and high rates of re-imprisonment through therapeutic yoga outreach. Today, yoga service providers are reaching an estimated 200,000 individuals each year – including abused women, veterans, at-risk youth, cancer patients, prisoners and the homeless.
In “The State of Yoga Service,” Rob weighs in on:
- the science behind yoga’s ability to change neurobiology
- why the true experience of yoga inspires service
- the progress of yoga service to date
- how yoga outreach can benefit society
- two important conversations that will take place in 2014
- the impact of donations to Give Back Yoga
- how to be inspired by stories of service, and how to contribute your own talents
If you believe in the power of yoga to plant the seeds of grassroots social change and healing, you won’t want to miss this special report on the state of yoga service in 2014.
Download “The State of Yoga Service.”
Join us in giving back from your mat! By donating the equivalent cost of one yoga class – just $15 per month – you can bring yoga to a veteran, prisoner, at-risk teen or another person in need. Your contribution could transform a life.