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.
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.
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.
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.
Transformation Yoga Project is a 501 (c)3 non-profit organization. Your donation is tax deductible. Click here to donate now!
Interested in volunteering with TYP? Or are you a yoga studio interested in offering Yoga for Recovery classes? Click to learn more.
We have a series of partner studios offering Yoga for Recovery classes all across Pennsylvania. Click to learn more.