The Art of Yoga Project Affiliates

We are proud of our collaboration with the following:

Below is a list of organizations who have licensed our Yoga & Arts Curriculum and become Affiliates. Read more about our affiliate program.


  • Buena Vista Horace Mann school, San Francisco, California
  • Castilleja School, Palo Alto, California
  • New Alternatives, Inc., Chula Vista, California
  • New Beginnings Teen Parent High School Program, Napa Valley, California
  • New Village Charter High School, Los Angeles, California
  • Urban Renaissance Art and Technology High School, Oakland, California
  • Yoga Passages at Casa De Amparo Emergency Shelter for Children, San Diego, California


  • Excelsior Youth Center, Denver, Colorado


  • Yoga Connecticut (Melissa Barry),


  • Abundant Wellness Center, Post Falls, Idaho


  • Lexington Public Library, Village Branch, Lexington, Kentucky


  • Arrowhead Juvenile Facility, Duluth, Minnesota
  • Joy, Rochester, Minnesota
  • The Purusha Project, St. Louis Park, Minnesota
  • South Central Children’s Mental Health Initiative, Mankato, Minnesota

New Mexico

  • Los Alamos Juvenile Justice Advisory Board, Los Alamos, NM

North Carolina

  • New Leaf Academy, Hendersonville, North Carolina
  • North Carolina Cooperative Extension, Swain County Center, North Carolina
  • Reach of Jackson County, New Choices Program: Job Skills, Life Skills and Wellness Counseling, Sylva, North Carolina


  • Lithia Springs Residential Treatment Facility, Ashland, Oregon
  • Street Yoga for Homeless Youth for Morrison Family Services, Portland, Oregon


  • Easton Area Community Center, Easton, Pennsylvania


  • Cenpatico, foster care children, Austin, Texas

Australia, Queensland

  • Harmony Hooves Healing Hearts in partnership with the Gold Coast City Council, Gold Coast, Queensland

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.