Yoga Makes Change:
Thank you for joining this global movement of hope and healing

Together, we raised more than $43,000 in 2017 to bring yoga to underserved populations. Join us again in Fall 2018!

Want to be part of this global community of changemakers? Join our mailing list to be notified when registration opens for Yoga Makes Change 2018. You’ll have an opportunity to give, learn, grow – and share the life-changing gift of yoga with those who might otherwise never experience the transformational practice. (Want to get a head start? Host a donation class today and contribute the proceeds to Give Back Yoga, or donate directly to make an immediate impact.)

All tax-deductible donations support Give Back Yoga’s mission of bringing the therapeutic benefits of yoga to those who are vulnerable – helping people overcome addiction and eating disorders, reducing stress and anxiety of veterans and victims of trauma, increasing survival rates for cancer patients and more. Join us in raising awareness and making change in the lives of those who can benefit most.

Annie Freedom

“At a time in human history when there is a tremendous amount of chaos, Give Back Yoga supports growth, healing and harmony for all of society. I am happy and grateful to have my yoga studio community give back, while benefitting on so many levels from this collaboration.”

Annie Freedom Founder of Samadhi Center for Yoga

 THREE WAYS TO GET INVOLVED:

Host a Class

Join studios around the world in hosting a community donation class this November. Sign up for emails to be notified when registration opens!

Become A Sponsor

Help fuel our fundraising and make a difference for those who need it most, while raising awareness for your mindful business.

DONATE today

Make an impact by donating $15 or more. For the cost of just one class, you can share yoga with a veteran, cancer survivor, prisoner or someone in recovery.

GIVE, GROW AND FIND YOUR DHARMA

Yoga Makes Change is an opportunity to learn about seva, be inspired by your community and explore the deepest meaning of service with a renowned master yoga teacher. In November 2017, Yogarupa Rod Stryker hosted a live online Dharma Talk exclusively for Yoga Makes Change participants. Stay tuned to find out who will host our online event for 2018.

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