AYP is in the news. See below for our most recent media placements.

Unique Palo Alto nonprofit heals incarcerated girls through yoga and art

January 2016

Seva Champions: 14 Selfless Service Leaders

July 2015

First Person: A Conversation with Mary Lynn Fitton

February 2012

Living Yoga:
Selfless Service

Winter 2012

Vibhasana Yoga Conference to benefit The Art of Yoga Project

October 2011

Yoga JournalJune 2011

The Almanac News
Holiday Fund
Article by Mary Lynn!

The Beat Within
October, 2010

Press Release
The Minerva Project
September 6, 2010

San Francisco
July 20, 2010

“The Art of Yoga Project helps high-risk Bay Area teens develop coping skills.” Click here for article.

M MagazineSummer 2010

“Prison and Culture”
Mary Lynn calls in to the Forum to talk about AYP: 38:57-40:39 minutes into the program

Forum with Michael KrasneyMay 6, 2010

“Yoga breathes new life beyond bars”
Half Moon Bay ReviewMay 2010

Yoga JournalOctober 2009

From tonic news:With Nothing Beyond Her Reach
May 2009

San Mateo County’s Juvenile Camp Program Paying Off
February 2009
(Click here to see the video)

Lessons from the Heart of Yoga
Summer 2008

Yoga in Action April 2008

Yoga JournalOctober 2007

The AlmanacMarch 14, 2007

Palo Alto WeeklyFebruary 14, 2007

Yoga Journal Cover

Spirituality and Health May/June 2005

Yoga Journal Cover

Yoga 4 EveryBodyOctober 2004

Yoga Journal Cover

Ashland Daily TidingsNovember 28, 2003

Yoga Journal Cover

Yoga JournalAugust 2003

Yoga Journal Cover

Yoga JournalMarch/April 2002

The Art of Yoga Project

The Art of Yoga Project is designed to help at-risk girls by focusing on early intervention and preparing girls for a positive future. We are leaders in revolutionizing the rehabilitation of girls by offering trauma-informed, strength-based, gender-responsive services.

Our mission is to lead teenage girls in the California juvenile justice system toward accountability to self, others and community by providing practical tools to affect behavioral change.