#AccessYogaProject Recap

This Yogathon, we challenged ourselves and our community to recognize and address opportunities for increased accessibility in yoga through our #accessyogaproject. We were amazed at the conversation, insights, and inquiry that emerged, and are motivated to continue this conversation throughout the year.

Please see below a recap of our weekly challenges, you can click on the button next to each image to read the full posts. Follow along on our instagram here to comment with any questions, or thoughts of your own

Read More
Avery Lewis
The Yogathon 2019 #AccessYogaProject

Yogathon is an amazing time of community for Living Yoga. We are a small non-profit with a large impact driven by an even larger community of supporters. This abundance is never more visible than during the month of Yogathon.

For 2019, we want to give back in a very specific way: we are going to challenge ourselves and our community to recognize and address opportunities for increased accessibility in yoga.

Read More
September is National Recovery Month

Our first story is from one of our very own volunteer teachers, Becca: I have found yoga to be a wonderful support for recovery. For someone like me, who is a “feel good” junkie, practice gave me a way to be responsible for my own “feel good”; using the body and the breath.

Read More
Avery Lewis
Teaching for Living Yoga

I had been searching for an organization or cause that spoke to me as an opportunity to serve. Living Yoga came on my radar and felt right. The yoga community, continuing educations, support, and encouragement have been much appreciated.

Read More
Avery Lewis
Trauma and the Body

One of my favorite authors, Carolyn Myss, says, “Your biography IS your biology.”  The story of our lives, especially the undealt with emotions and/or traumatic experiences, can live on in our muscles and cells.  

Read More
Avery Lewis