Our Yoga Programs

We Provide Free Yoga Programs to Community Partners and Nonprofit Organizations

Does your organization serve people who have experienced or are experiencing homelessness, abuse, violence or is it serving communities that have been historically oppressed and under-resourced?

Let’s talk about a collaborative partnership and discuss how we can bring the powerful benefits of yoga to your organization!

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We provide FREE yoga classes led by trained trauma-informed and gender-inclusive yoga teachers to schools and nonprofits, to better serve our collective community.


Yoga programs are custom-tailored to be accessible, inclusive, personable and attuned to the needs of those participating.


Recipient nonprofits or Title 1 schools help by promoting the yoga event and helping to monitor student progress and improvements. The organizations we partner with support our mission by promoting our yoga events and work together with us to collectively measure student progress and improvements as well as continue to enhance our efforts to reduce health disparities.

We work with a range of nonprofits and select Title 1 schools that have the same commitment to serving and supporting people who have been historically marginalized, underserved and under-resourced.

Current Yoga Programs We Provide

We work with a range of nonprofits and select Title 1 schools.


Canyon Springs High School

“I truly admire your team and mission. Your program has helped the students that participated in yoga and is shown in their attitude towards life, being more in control with themselves and their body.”

– Yoshabel Shay | High School Counselor


El Dorado High School

“We are a school with limited resources and Yoga Haven was able to work through our challenges of anchoring a location for the yoga program. The program has helped students better cope with self-esteem issues. Thank you!”

– Jill Kays | School Social Worker


Emma's House inc.

“Our girls love Yoga Haven Las Vegas! They’ve learned new coping skills and yoga is one of their favorite parts of the week.”

– Shameka Green | Founder, MS, MFTI


Mountain View Elementary School

“I enjoyed seeing the 250+ 2nd and 4th graders improve throughout the program. We’ve noticed the kids being more willing to cope and accept the challenges of attempting new poses that stretch their bodies in new ways. Their sense of adventure and awareness of their limitations has taught them patience, pushing themselves and commitment.”

Nevada Partnership for Homeless Youth

“I’ve noticed a difference in the students that challenge themselves with Yoga Haven’s yoga classes. Many of them are recently homeless after being kicked out, abused or with no place to go. Yoga Haven’s teachers and their bi-monthly classes create a sense of structure that they can trust and rely on.”

– Ricardo Ocampo | Outreach Coordinator


NV Youth Network

“One day I had a very upset mother storm into my office demanding to know about all this “Namaste nonsense”. After explaining the yoga program that Yoga Haven was providing for us once a month, I realized the impact yoga was having. The kids were actually going home and practicing what they were learning.”

– Gloria Flore


Safe Nest

Safe Nest is a leading advocate in breaking the pattern of domestic violence by providing comprehensive services including shelter and counseling.

Yoga Haven’s program aims to help victims of abuse cope and heal with their unfortunate experience.


The Shade Tree

“We’re excited we’re going to be adding one of Yoga Haven’s yoga programs as part of our Life Skills curriculum. Thank you!”

The Rape Crisis Center

“Yoga Haven has been providing yoga classes to our rape victims for the past 6 months and we’ve definitely noticed that the yoga students are coping with their trauma and PTSD.”

– Daniele Dreitzer MSW | Executive Director