Yoga Haven Las VegasTeaching Coping Mechanisms through Yoga & Meditation
Survivors of trauma can find it difficult to cope with life, stress, anxiety, and PTSD.
Healing Begins on the Mat
What if there was a resource that could help support people who have experienced trauma and violence move through their experiences in the community?
Yoga research studies have shown that yoga can lead to higher self-esteem and higher confidence in facing new challenges.
Yoga can help survivors of violence, abuse and trauma reconnect with and find safety within themselves.
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Last updated May 15, 2023
From Our Founders
Both Natalie and Honey have been practicing the traditional method of Ashtanga yoga daily for many years. Through years of challenging progress, we agree that yoga increases self-confidence and teaches us how to better cope with life’s unexpected challenges. Thanks to what yoga has taught us, for the last six years we have been able to share these same tools with individuals in Las Vegas communities who have been historically underserved.
We strive to make a positive impact on the lives of children, and adults who have experienced trauma or violence.
We can only do it with your help.
– Honey Tejero & Natalie de Liagre Bohl
It Takes a Village
Help Us Heal More Students
100% of the proceeds support each of our yoga programs throughout the Las Vegas Valley. We have various ways you can get involved ranging from volunteering, attending an event, or supporting us financially.
100% of proceeds support classes for historically marginalized and under-resourced members in our Las Vegas community.
We are always looking for compassionate individuals who want to offer support to our cause.
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Our local fundraising events are necessary to support our initiatives to continue making a positive impact.
“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