"If you want to conquer the anxiety of life, live in the moment, live  in the breath." -  Amit Ray

J A N U A R Y   N E W S L E T T E R


Dear Friends, 

Here's to a great New Year! 2016 was such an incredible period of transition and growth for all of us here at Street Yoga. We are awed and grateful to have such a dedicated community with whom to share our vision and can't wait to see what 2017 has to offer!


Because of your support and donations in 2016, we were able to provide support to more than  1000 local youth and  facilitated  16 trauma-informed workshops   throughout the country. 


We couldn't have accomplished so much without your help! We are now more than ever committed to changing the conversation around trauma related treatment and yoga, as well as reaching more trauma-affected youth through our programs. With your continued support and dedication, together  we will encourage healing and hope for more youth in 2017! 


Changing lives, one breath at a time. 


With Gratitude,

Richelle, Jillene and Veronica.
The Street Yoga Team


 
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K A R M A   C L A S S E S.
YOUR CHANCE TO GIVE BACK TO YOUR 
COMMUNITY THROUGH YOUR YOGA PRACTICE.



This month of January we are excited to partner up with MODO YOGA SEATTLE .
They will be hosting Friday classes benefiting Street Yoga the following dates:
January 6th
January 13th
January 27th
@7:30pm




Make sure to get to the studio early to  ensure you get a spot! 
More details and event information  here .
*All donations collected help Street Yoga provide trauma-informed yoga and mindfulness classes at organizations serving youth.
E V E N T S
S H O P  
T O   M A K E   A  
D I F F E R E N C E.

Glassybaby located at University Village will be holding a special event on February 11th, 2017; in which 10 percent of all in-store sales will benefit Street Yoga. 

If you haven't decided what to get your sweetheart for Valentine's Day, these tea light holders are a beautiful gift that support a great cause.

Evolving from Lee Rhodes cancer journey, Glassybabys are small, practically indestructible blown-glass votives that symbolize for her "that deep breath we often forget to take." Unique and individual, Glassybabys come in more than 70 translucent colors that flicker and glow - like life.   

The University Village Glassybaby is located in the main corridor near the children's play structure. For more information about their hours and location, visit their website. 

T R A U M A - I N F O R M E D   T R A I N I N G 
Our densely-packed 14-hour weekend training is Street Yoga's core curriculum. It offers an inspiring and heart-felt introduction to the field of yoga service for youth experiencing life challenges.   Learn more about our trauma-informed program.

*This program is approved by the National Association of Social Workers (NASW) and Yoga Alliance for 14 hours of Continuing Education Units.
CEDAR RAPIDS, IA
JANUARY 27-29, 2017
with Mark Lilly
& Jessica Gershwin
.
HOSTED BY:





February 24-26, 2017
DENVER, CO 
March 3-5, 2017

March 10-12, 2017


Not seeing  a training near you?  
Bring a Street Yoga Training to your region!
C O M M U N I T Y   P A R T N E R S
T O G E T H E R,
S H A P I N G   T H E   F U T U R E.
At Street Yoga, we partner with several community organizations to serve those in need. We are G R A T E F U L  for their leadership and generous contributions to serving and supporting our mission. Without them our work would not be possible. 



S T A Y   C O N N E C T E D 
Richelle Harrell
Executive Director
richelleharrell@streetyoga.org 

Jillene MacCreery
Training and Outreach Director
jillenemaccreery@streetyoga.org

Veronica Burgos
Marketing and Outreach Coordinator
veronicaburgos@streetyoga.org


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Street Yoga is a nationally recognized non-profit organization that teaches yoga, mindfulness and compassionate communication to youth and families experiencing homelessness, poverty, abuse, addiction, trauma, and behavioral challenges, so that they can grow stronger, heal from past traumas and create for lives that are inspired, safe, and joyful. 
Learn more at  www.streetyoga.org.