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At Give Back Yoga, we're working hard to make the healing practice of #yoga  accessible to combat veterans dealing with #PTSD . Will you help? Visit the Give Back Yoga blog to learn three simple ways you can support this work.

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Give Back Yoga is a nonprofit yoga organization helping certified teachers to share yoga therapy with veterans with PTSD, at-risk youth, prisoners and more.
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We are honored to receive a portion of the proceeds from this upcoming album, recorded with love by Give Back Yoga friends Scott & Shanti Medina.
 
Enjoy this HOT OFF THE PRESS video preview for our soon to be released SoMAntra™ double-CD! +Give Back Yoga Foundation +Neurosculpting® Institute 
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As #VeteransDay  draws near, the Give Back Yoga Foundation is inviting the public to help support the long-term health and wellbeing of those who serve our country through a Buy One, Give One campaign that will bring free copies of the newly released book "Yoga For Warriors" to veterans and military personnel worldwide.

Read more: http://givebackyoga.org/yoga-for-warriors-buy-one-give-one-campaign-brings-yoga-therapy-to-veterans-with-ptsd

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Give Back Yoga is a nonprofit yoga organization helping certified teachers to share yoga therapy with veterans with PTSD, at-risk youth, prisoners and more.
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"These women are woken up with guards’ flashlights shone in their eyes early each morning, and had so little experience of real rest. They instantly understood Savasana as a space of deep, protected peace."

In our latest #YogaService  interview for the Huffington Post, teacher Sara Schneider talks about the impact of sharing #yoga  with women in prison. http://givebackyoga.org/sara-k-schneider
Give Back Yoga is a nonprofit yoga organization helping certified teachers to share yoga therapy with veterans with PTSD, at-risk youth, prisoners and more.
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Learn how you can support a new global initiative that will train Palestinian yoga teachers to share #yoga  as a tool for inner peace in the politically unstable region of the West Bank and Gaza.
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Our Eat Breathe Thrive program is partnering with counselors, faculty and fitness professionals to launch new "Thrive Tribes" on college campuses everywhere, providing community-based networks of support to help students overcome food and body image challenges. Learn more: http://www.eatbreathethrive.org/college-program.html
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"Think about what prison is: punishment and loss of freedom, leading to feelings of mental and emotional distress, distrust and agitation. This is coupled with men who have committed crimes and often have had a past of unhappiness, trauma and violence in the lives. What better place is there to be teaching #yoga  and the practices/ philosophies of yoga and meditation?"

Visit the Give Back Yoga blog to read more about the current status of yoga therapy in the prison system, and the promise that this holds for improving the lives of those behind bars.
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Author and Give Back Yoga co-founder  talks about the inspiration and vision behind her new book "Yoga For Warriors," a #yoga practice guide for veterans and military personnel, in this interview originally published on +The Huffington Post blog.

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Sharing the gift of yoga with the underserved.
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Give Back Yoga Foundation believes in making yoga available to those who may not otherwise have the opportunity to experience the transformational benefits of this powerful practice. We do this by supporting and funding certified yoga teachers in all traditions to offer the teachings of yoga to underserved socio-economic segments of the community, and to inspire grassroots social change and community cooperation.