Yoga Haven Las VegasTeaching Coping Mechanisms through Yoga & Meditation
Healing Begins on the Mat
What if there was a structured system that could teach victims of past trauma to overcome it?
Yoga research studies have shown that yoga can lead to higher self-esteem and higher confidence in facing new challenges. In victims of sexual, physical, or mental abuse, it can help to overcome feelings of disconnection with their own bodies.
Our Impact at a Glance
In under 48 months, we’ve been able to accomplish…
Yoga Classes Provided
Yoga Students taught
Yoga Mats Donated
From Our Founders
Both Natalie and I have been practicing the traditional method of ashtanga yoga on a daily basis for many years. Through years of challenging progress, we both agree that yoga increases self-esteem and teaches us how to cope better with life’s unexpected challenges. Thanks to what yoga has taught us, we are able to share the same tools to underserved communities that can help them meet life challenges with confidence.
We strive to have a positive impact on thousands of children, women and men that have experienced trauma in the past.
We can only do it with your help.
It Takes a Village
Help Us Heal More Students
With Yoga Haven, 100% of the money fundraised goes directly to each of our yoga programs throughout the Las Vegas valley. We have various ways you can get involved ranging from volunteering, attending one of our monthly yoga events or support us financially.
We are always looking for driven individuals that want to share yoga with our target population. Contribute to our cause by leveraging your strengths.
Attend an Event
Every month we host fundraising events where you can come try different types of yoga around the Las Vegas valley.
For every $10 that we fundraise, we are able to provide a FREE yoga class to 2 students. With Yoga Haven, 100% of proceeds go directly towards our target population.
“I have been going through a lot of issues, family issues. [Yoga] has helped me to deal with the pain and everything that I’ve been feeling.”
Mariana R. | While in Supportive Housing
Outreach Coordinator | Nevada Partnership for Homeless Youth