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Through our Justice & Reentry, Recovery & Behavioral Health, and Youth Services, we reached over 16,000 people in over 55 different institutions/organizations.

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Our programming is driven by the recognition that individuals have the power to take their well-being into their own hands. This book provides the practical tools to support them along the way.

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Later this month, we are co-hosting the Philadelphia Union’s Yoga Day on the stadium’s field, where our instructors will lead a one-of-a-kind yoga class. Tickets include a corner seat to your choice of a home game in August.

Our Mission

Transformation Yoga Project serves people impacted by trauma, addiction, and incarceration through trauma-sensitive, mindfulness-based yoga programs driven by education and research.

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How we serve

Our highly-trained instructors offer a breath-centered yoga practice based on proven methods to decrease symptoms of anxiety and depression, activate the relaxation response, lower blood pressure, and reduce stress.

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Where we serve

We facilitate classes and workshops in residential treatment centers, PHP and IOP programs, recovery residencies, collegiate recovery clubs, alternative high schools, detention centers, prisons, and through community partners.

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