Finding Freedom

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Finding Freedom

For the 15 men at Graterford State Prison (located 30 miles outside of Philadelphia) enrolled in the 200 hour Yoga Teacher Training certification program provided by the non-profit Transformation Yoga Project, the answer is simple yet profound: Yoga means freedom.

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Yoga Helps Heal Inmates

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Yoga Helps Heal Inmates

The Transformation Yoga Project is providing both adult and juvenile prisoners a new stress-reducing hobby and on #GivingTuesday, you can help the program

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Balance and Breath

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Balance and Breath

The class is new for everyone at this prison, offered in response to an acknowledgment by policy makers and prison officials that yoga reduces anxiety and depression, enhances cognitive function and self-control. 

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Opening the Mind

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Opening the Mind

"Prisons can be a metaphor. Whether you are in prison, or know someone who's in a prison, or maybe you're a prisoner of your mind, I think this really showed the benefit and the power of yoga."

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Eastern State

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Eastern State

Listen to founder Mike Huggins talk about the impact of Transformation Yoga Project while hosting a yoga class Eastern State Penitentiary. Originally aired on Fox29 News.

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Transforming Yoga

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Transforming Yoga

From the Huffington Post, TYP’s start and how we bring yoga and mindfulness to drug and alcohol rehabilitation facilities, the criminal justice system, the VA hospital system.

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Yoga for Veterans

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Yoga for Veterans

Anyone can benefit from yoga. Vai Sikahema sits down with Mike Huggins and CJ Keller to talk about how yoga can change the lives of veterans

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Out of the Studio

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Out of the Studio

“I thought, if we could take the benefit of yoga and demystify it so it becomes a very practical tool, we may be able to provide some assistance to people who need it.”

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Defying Expectations

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Defying Expectations

The goal of Transformation Yoga Project for inmates is to reduce stress while serving time, and help inmates stay out of trouble and out of jail once released.

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