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Satchidananda Prison Project

Swami Satchidananda always cared deeply about serving men and women in prison. When he was serving in Sri Lanka, he and the members of his ashram built temples for both minimum and maximum security facilities and conducted regular prayer meetings for the prisoners....

Off the Mat, Into the World

Seane Corn believes that the future of Yoga is seva, selfless service. But, it’s not just a belief, it’s something she is helping to manifest as an activist working as the Yoga ambassador for YouthAIDS and as cofounder of Off the Mat, Into the World®. In this...

Service in Satchidananda

Service in Satchidananda (SIS) is a non-profit international network of charities established in honor of Sri Swami Satchidananda and based on his core teaching of seva, or selfless service. SIS funds global projects that are working in a sustainable way and giving...

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Kula for Karma: Yoga Therapy Seva

Kula for Karma is transforming lives and changing the face of healthcare by delivering therapeutic Yoga, meditation, and stress management to people with physical and mental health challenges. Since 2007 we have pioneered the integration of therapeutic Yoga into...

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Seva Foundation

Seva Foundation started in 1978 as a small group with a big idea. Using their personal Rolodex of health professionals and cultural activists, Larry & Girija Brilliant invited an eclectic group that included the World Health Organization’s Dr. Nicole Grasset,...

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Prison Yoga: We’re All Doing Time

Bo and Sita Lozoff founded, with Ram Dass, the largest prison interfaith ministry in the world. It is now in 60 countries with 50,000 prisoners on the mailing list. Bo’s book, We’re All Doing Time, now in its 17th printing, with half a million copies distributed, is...

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Yoga Gives Back

For the cost of one Yoga class, you can change a life! Yoga Gives Back is a 501(c)3 non-profit organization dedicated to raising awareness and funds in order to alleviate poverty in India. We started in Los Angeles in 2007, determined to find a way for the global Yoga...

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Feathered Pipe Foundation Seva Yoga

 Feathered Pipe “Good Works” – Seva Yoga Since its inception, the Feathered Pipe Foundation, a registered US non-profit 501(c)(3) organization, has been focused on the elevation of human consciousness. Thus, we recognize both the privilege and responsibility to...

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Bent On Learning

We bring Yoga to as many students as possible. Not after school, but right there in the classroom, where the learning happens. About Us Bent On Learning is a nonprofit organization committed to teaching yoga to New York City public school children. We bring yoga to as...

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Give Back Yoga Foundation

The Give Back Yoga Foundation supports and funds research-based, clinically tested Yoga programs for marginalized populations. We also provide supplies to help kickstart Yoga programs, inspiring grassroots social change and community cooperation in under-resourced...

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Prison Yoga Project

The mission of the Prison Yoga Project —reducing it to simplest terms — is to help people shift unconscious behavioral patterns of reacting into conscious ways of responding by teaching individuals the skill of clearly witnessing their moment-to-moment experience....

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Women of Hope

  The incredible seva (social service) of three Integral Yogis in Hong Kong made headlines because of their extraordinary humanitarian and charitable service.         Hersha Chellaram: Devoted to making Yoga more accessible in Hong Kong, Integral Yoga teacher Hersha...

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Service in Satchidananda: Lifelights Network

Lifelights is part of the Service in Satchidananda (SIS) network of people around the world who have felt their lives enriched, inspired, and changed for the better by the teachings and service of one of the greatest peacemakers and humanitarians in the world, Sri...

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