Empowered people. Connected minds. Transformed lives.
Trauma Sensitive Yoga Training for Recovery, Reentry and Social Impact
TYP Director of Justice & Reentry joins Marc Hayford for a powerful interview
The two discussed the power of language, using mantras for anxiety, accountability to create healing, and much more.
2019 Mission Moments Blog
We’re grateful for an incredible 2019!
Brianne Murphy Celebrated as a VISTA Millennial Superstar
Vista Today celebrated its inaugural class of Millennial Superstars in Malvern.
Announcing our next 200-hr Teacher Training!
This training will be held in Chester, PA at the State Correctional Institution. Interested?
For details, email firstname.lastname@example.org
Yoga for Recovery: A Practical Guide for Healing
Check out this top-seller on Amazon!
Transformation Yoga Project serves people impacted by trauma, addiction, and incarceration through trauma-sensitive, mindfulness-based yoga programs driven by education and research.
Transformation Yoga Project serves people impacted by trauma, addiction, and incarceration through trauma-sensitive mindfulness-based yoga — 2019 Outcomes
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.
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.
We train yoga teachers, educators, social workers, counselors and anyone interested in sharing mind body practices. Our trauma-sensitive approach is inclusive, accessible and offers tools that build resilience in the face of life’s challenges. Our trainings prepare you for sharing these practices with others.
“The instructor has helped me connect my mind with my body… I’ve always lived in my mind while I abused my body. Yoga is a huge part of my recovery and has given me the strength to work through my demons.”