Q&A WITH CEDAR RAPIDS TRAINING GRADUATE

WRITTEN BY DAVID HOLLEY, CEDAR RAPIDS 2016 TRAUMA-INFORMED YOGA TRAINING GRADUATE   TELL US A LITTLE ABOUT YOURSELF. HOW DID YOU COME TO START PRACTICING YOGA? I was a public school educator for 35 years, the last 31 in the Kirkwood, Missouri School…

Next Generation Kids Yoga in Portland!!!

The NGYTT for 2-7 year olds is coming to YoYoYogi in PORTLAND, OR! February 22nd-24th, 2013   Are you… a parent who would like to turn your yoga practice into a family affair? an educator in need of fresh ideas…

Open Your Heart & Devote Yourself To Something Higher

This post originally appeared via one of our Teacher Training participant’s blog: Why I’m doing my Street Yoga training Posted: October 18, 2012 via www.alwaysoutyogaing.wordpress.com/ Yoga has changed my life many times over. The first time yoga changed my life it…

Adapting Asana for Trauma Sensitive Populations

  Nearly all of the people we serve, the youth in shelters, for example, or the staff who work with them, have experienced or continue to experience some form of traumatic injury to their well-being –whether having been evicted from their…

Grounded for Good – A Yoga Service Initiative

I am delighted to share with you an article by an amazing yoga service supporter, Rob Schware. As the Executive Director of the Give Back Yoga Foundation and President of the Yoga Service Council, he serves communities by supporting and funding certified…

Whispers of Change: A By-Product of Practice

Today I am honored to share a story from one of our dedicated volunteers. I remember the moment everything changed. There was a kid in my yoga class at the juvenile detention center that would get pulled out week after…

Partner Profile: Om Town Yogis – Milwaukee

Street Yoga is so pumped to head to Milwaukee for the first time! 2012 is bringing Street Yoga to so many new cities, and it is all because of dedicated yogis who reach out and make us aware of the…

Yoga Service Conference Reflections by Chelsea Roff

Chelsea Roff is awesome. She shares her interview with Street Yoga founder, Mark Lilly via her article on the Intent Blog. Intent.com is a community where members can share their dreams and aspirations, and receive support from others. Intent.com is…

Gratitube: Yoga Service with Seane Corn & Mark Lilly

Welcome to the Street Yoga blog segment called GratiTUBE. Here we feature videos from Vimeo, YouTube and other various sites to inform and inspire through the medium of film. Selections take a look into the act of yoga service, advocacy,…