Donation Based

The Karma Yoga Project‘s mission is planted in the soil of karma yoga…selfless action and service to others. Through the vehicle of yoga, KYP facilitates change both locally and globally by conducting research studies, educating high school students and adults about the benefits of volunteerism, and by making yoga available to underserved communities. (Phoenix, AZ)

The Niroga Institute strives to foster health and well being for individuals, families, and communities through the practice of Mindful Yoga. (Oakland, CA)

Om Thrive is committed to breaking the cycle of abuse, encouraging  positive change and healthy lifestyles to underserved adults and children. (Vancouver, WA)

Three and a Half Acres (under the guise of Land Yoga) targets underserved populations, we know we can open them up to a world of opportunities that counteract socio-economic or cultural stereotypes, and build bridges of understanding among neighbors. (NYC, NY)

Transformation Yoga Project  Based in the greater Philadelphia area, this project uses evidence-based yoga and mindfulness classes and tools to assist people harmed by trauma from addiction, incarceration, or war.  (Kennett Square, PA)

Yoga 4 Homeless  Provides mats and classes to homeless individuals. (San Diego, CA)

Everyone has a purpose - a unique gift or talent to offer. And when we blend these endowments with service to others, we experience the ecstasy of our own spirit, which is the ultimate goal.

Yoga Hope  Trauma Informed Mind Body Program (TIMBo) was designed specifically for women and strategically addresses the effects of stress and trauma on the body and the mind. Join us in creating a community of certified facilitators who will become leaders in this movement. (Boston, MA)

The Yoga Seed Collective strategically concentrating on providing robust inclusive programing with sustainable financial support that brings yoga and meditation services to at-risk and vulnerable populations, including veterans, survivors of abuse, cancer patients, prisoners, seniors, and those with chronic diseases. (Sacramento, CA)