"For I was hungry
and you fed me...
I was sick and
you looked after me
I was in prison
and you visited me."
when we recognize
our shared humanity.”
Our volunteers put in a lot of time and sacrifice just to
get into and teach at these often remote jails, prisons,
mental health and juvenile centers. There are
numerous expenses. You too can invest in rebuilding
lives by making a one-time donation or a monthly
Yoga And Mindfulness Outreach is a 501c nonprofit, tax-
We also have an ongoing need for yoga mats, books,
printing, administrative help and volunteer teachers.
For those interested in teaching
dedication. But that is what we require from the
teacher too -- commitment, self-motivation and a
love of service. One must also have a well-established
meditation practice. The rewards are great! You can
see and feel the transformations-- in others and in
A volunteer has flexibility in how much time they
give or how often in a month they come in.
Areas of competency can include yoga, meditation,
counseling, personal training, reiki, etc. To find out
more contact us at 305 926-3578.
A typical volunteer reaction:
"Teaching in prison has brought me into contact
with extraordinary individuals who show a degree
of compassion, intelligence, patience, kindness, and
good humor in the face of adversity that frequently
puts me to shame, but more often inspires me to
practice more seriously myself!"