A foundational piece of Sangha Studio’s mission is to provide yoga service initiatives and community outreach programs. We’ve been asked many questions about how it all works and what our programs are all about. So….
How it works: Yoga service programs at Sangha Studio are funded by our Sustaining Memberships, additional fundraising, and donations. We pride ourselves on creating connections within the community, placing qualified teachers at each program, and providing the funds needed to offer the appropriate props, materials for each program, and teacher compensation. Participants of every service program we offer take part in yoga for free — that means hundreds of people (of all ages) are practicing yoga that otherwise wouldn’t be! We maintain communication with the organization through the duration of the program to assure its success. Some programs have a budget, some don’t. We operate our service programs just as we do our studio–power in numbers! The more members we have the more service programs we can coordinate.
Below are both current and former service programs.
Want to discuss starting a program at an organization? Have a suggestion on who we should reach out to? Email us as email@example.com
Adaptive Chair Yoga for Multiple Sclerosis
Adaptive yoga aims to bring the yoga practice to those in the varying stages of multiple sclorosis (MS).
LoveYourBrain Foundation is a non-profit organization that aims to improve the quality of life for people affected by brain injury and raise awareness about the importance of brain health.
From storytelling to theater to breathing exercises – we’re working to grow yoga in the Burlington school system.
“Mommy and Me” classes at the center for children and women in need.
Onsite yoga classes at the VA.
Steps to End Domestic Violence
Sustaining Membership provided for all clients.
Spectrum Youth & Family Services
Yoga classes on site for youth ages 12-26 as a resource for positive change.
The Turning Point Center
Providing yoga and meditation to people in the recovery stages of drug abuse.