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 focuses on early intervention to help marginalized and justice-involved girls prepare for a positive future. We are leaders in the treatment and rehabilitation of justice-involved girls by offering gender-responsive, trauma-informed, culturally-responsive, and strengths-based programming.

Our mission is to lead at-risk, exploited and incarcerated girls toward accountability to self, others, and community by providing practical tools to effect behavioral change. We send specially trained yoga teachers, art therapists, creative arts and writing educators into facilities to deliver our mindfulness-based curriculum.

The Art of Yoga Project is a 501(c)(3) non profit. Tax ID #20-2448697.