Connecting with Yoga Service Professionals

One of the most amazing things about connecting with other professionals in the field of yoga service is hearing their stories; what drew them to become involved in this work, and what drives them to serve youth. Michelle Paget, a…

Program Spotlight: Trillium Family Services

Trillium is Oregon’s largest provider of mental and behavioral healthcare for children and families, with a mission of “building brighter futures with children and families.”  We offer hope to families when they don’t know where else to turn. Unique to…

Participant reflection from recent DC Yoga Training

Jennifer Boyle, a Doctorate of Clinical Social Work candidate at the University Pennsylvania recently attended our Street Yoga training in Washington DC.  It was an amazing training led by Mark Lilly and assisted by Daniel Flynn.  Here are her reflections….

New Years Day Fundraiser: Keri and Mihir’s experience

Board members Keri Padon and Mihir Desu participated in Street Yoga’s New Years Day 108 Sun Salutation Fundraiser sponsored by Beloved Presents, Yogi Tunes and Causeit. The event was an amazing success bringing together yoga studios, teachers, and participants from around the…

Interview with Ivy Katz, Street Yoga Volunteer Teacher

Happy December! Here’s a question for you: What is the most important part of your yoga practice?   Is it practicing the poses?  Maintaining a consistent deep breath? For Street Yoga volunteer instructor Ivy Katz it’s service: service to others…

Boys and Girls Aid: Seneca House Spotlight

This month, Street Yoga’s featured Portland Partner Site is Seneca House.  Street Yoga provides bi-weekly yoga and mindfulness classes at Seneca House, a program within Boys and Girls Aid. For 128 years, Boys and Girls Aid has been helping Oregon’s children…

Trauma & Resilience: FREE Conference Call with Mark Lilly

  “You can take the principals and practices of yoga that are so powerful in self transformation and open them up into community transformation; transforming the lives of people who face incredible challenges.” Mark Lilly Join us tomorrow afternoon for…