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Teaching yoga & mindfulness as tools for personal empowerment

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Philadelphia-area newspapers announce the addition of Dean Beer, Chief Public Defender of Montgomery County, to the board of Transformation Yoga Project. 

Philadelphia-area newspapers announce the addition of Dean Beer, Chief Public Defender of Montgomery County, to the board of Transformation Yoga Project. 

 

Lynn Olesen Rosenstock, a prisoner reentry specialist formerly with the U.S. Attorney’s Office and the City of Philadelphia Office of Public Safety, has now joined Transformation Yoga Project.

 
A PBS radio interview with Transformation Yoga Project’s Mike Huggins on how a strong calling to change the direction of his life led him to discover yoga practice as a way to help prisoners and veterans. Scroll to time code 19:33 to hear this interview that originally aired on WHYY’s Voices in the Family, a PBS station.  

A PBS radio interview with Transformation Yoga Project’s Mike Huggins on how a strong calling to change the direction of his life led him to discover yoga practice as a way to help prisoners and veterans. Scroll to time code 19:33 to hear this interview that originally aired on WHYY’s Voices in the Family, a PBS station.

 

 
Transformation Yoga Project Uses Yoga to Heal Addiction and Trauma.

Transformation Yoga Project Uses Yoga to Heal Addiction and Trauma.

The story of how Transformation Yoga Project started, as well as its efforts to use yoga and mindfulness for personal change in the lives of people in drug and alcohol rehabilitation facilities, the criminal justice system, and veterans in the VA hospital system. Originally published in Huffington Post.

The story of how Transformation Yoga Project started, as well as its efforts to use yoga and mindfulness for personal change in the lives of people in drug and alcohol rehabilitation facilities, the criminal justice system, and veterans in the VA hospital system. Originally published in Huffington Post.

 
 
Transformation Yoga Project founder Mike Huggins discusses the organization’s efforts to offer free yoga to veterans during the week leading up to Veterans Day. Originally aired on NBC10 News.

Transformation Yoga Project founder Mike Huggins discusses the organization’s efforts to offer free yoga to veterans during the week leading up to Veterans Day. Originally aired on NBC10 News.


YOGA IN Prisons

Recent studies have shown that prisoners who participated in yoga and mindfulness programs showed increased positive effects such as reduced stress and psychological distress, and better performance in cognitive-behavioural tasks and self control.  Click to learn more.

Yoga for Recovery

Growing research suggests that the skills, insights, and self-awareness learned through yoga and mindfulness practice are useful complementary therapies for treating addiction.  Click to learn more.

YOGA FOR Veterans

Nearly 5.3 million American men and women have served in the wars in Iraq, Afghanistan and Vietnam.  Returning veterans often bear the visible and invisible scars of the traumatic circumstances and events of war.  Click to learn more.

  

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