Please drag & drop 3 more SECTION elements to below this section. If you enable sections 6 and 7, you must drag and drop 5 more SECTION elements.
Our Yoga Service Programs
Below are current and former yoga service programs that are supported and hosted through the combined efforts of the community at Sangha Studio. Classes are offered on a one-time, seasonal, or recurring basis at both of our studios, on-site at the program location, and outside in local parks and neighborhoods. Through our programs we serve people from age 1-90! In the last few years we've reached over a thousand people throughout the Burlington area, all of whom received access to yoga where they otherwise may not have.
These classes all occur in our yoga studio at either location as part of our regular drop-in schedule.
Chair yoga aims to bring the yoga practice to those with limited mobility, including in varying stages of multiple sclorosis (MS) & Parkinson's disease.
Number served annually: 25
Occurs: Fridays 3:30-4:30pm at Sangha Studio — North
Offered since: November 2015
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. Sangha Studio hosts the FUNdamentals series, a 6-week introductory yoga series free to charge.
Number served annually: 30-50
Occurs: on a 6-week rotational series, min. 4 times/year
Offered since: June 2016
Our youth yoga programs are constantly expanding. Working with kids of all ages — from preschoolers to high schoolers, from circle sharing to movement to breathing exercises – we’re dedicated to bring yoga & mindfulness to youth of all ages in our community. Our hope is that these classes are able to bring a sense of self-confidence, effective communication, emotional regulation skills to the youth in our community.
Number served annually: 400+ and growing! Reaching over 100 kids every week!
Occurs: weekly, during the school, and year-round depending on the program
Offered since: September 2015
Classes in the Community
These classes all occur on-site at our community partners to bring yoga straight to the people they serve!
STEPS to End Domestic Violence
Committee on Temporary Shelter (COTS) is an emergency shelter offering prevention assistance services and transitional and permanant housing for those who are homeless or marginally housed. COTS advocates for long-term solutions to end homelessness.
Number served annually: 39
Offered since: August 2017
The Turning Point Center of Chittenden County provides a space for peer-to-peer recovery activities, fellowships, events, games, fitness, stress management, recovery related programs, various 12 step meetings, and 1-on-1 Recovery Coaching.
Number served annually: 77
Offered since: January 2017
Heineberg Senior Center
Heineberg Senior Center is an independent, non-profit with over 500 participants. Their mission is to promote social, physical, and emotional wellbeing to all community members 50+ with new skills to feel empowered to take a proactive role in their quality of life.
Number served annually: >25
Offered since: 2018