Community Programs

The Art of Yoga Project is honored to partner with exceptional community-based organizations. These innovative collaborations enable us to maintain and strengthen our relationships with the girls we served in detention and offer them the support they need for success.

San Francisco County

Young Women’s Freedom Center

Mission Girls’ Young Queens on the Rise

Alameda County

Young Women’s Saturday Program

San Mateo County

StarVista GIRLS Program

Women’s Recovery Association

Canyon Oaks Residential Facility

Peninsula Alternative High School, San Mateo Union High School District

Santa Clara County

William C. Overfelt High School, East Side San Jose Union High School District

Andrew Hill High School, East Side San Jose Union High School District

Sacramento County

 Mitchell Middle School Folsom-Cordova Unified School District

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.