About our Programs

We teach trauma-informed yoga programming marrying themes, such as forgiveness, gratitude, and vulnerability, with movement. Our students are given tools to hone in on subtle changes in breathing, heart rate, and feelings in their body. Recognizing these small changes can help an individual correct imbalances and self-regulate emotions.

The resulting benefits include:

  • Lower blood pressure

  • Increased sense of self-esteem

  • Lower blood sugar

  • Increased sense of peace

  • Calming of the nervous system

  • Lowering of the heart rate

  • Increase in creative thinking

How do we know?

We collect data during our classes, and recently collaborated with the Magnolia Project (a program delivered by Healthy Start/Head Start NE Florida) to collect student blood pressure and heart rate data.   


We serve four unique populations

Children struggling with abuse, neglect, and other trauma.

Veterans coping with PTSD, injury, substance abuse, and other trauma.

Incarcerated individuals dealing with re-entry, physical and mental challenges, and other trauma.

Those struggling with substance use, addiction and other trauma.


Interested in getting involved?

If you’d like to help support us beyond a monetary donation, you can learn more about the volunteer opportunities we have available, or contact us to learn how you could also become a teacher in our program.