Share the healing power of yoga!

MARK YOUR CALENDARS! From November 8 - 18, 2019, Veterans Yoga Project will be hosting the 6th Annual Veterans Yoga Project Gratitude Week.

We owe our Veterans more than one day of gratitude. This year, we’re recognizing those who served and continue to serve by extending this event to more than a week. Over the course of 10 days, yoga teachers like you raise money to aid in recovery and resilience for our Veterans, families, and communities by conducting yoga classes across the nation.

How IT WORKS

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Join forces with VYP by signing up to teach a class for your local community (veterans and non-veterans alike) to express gratitude for our freedom and honor those who served — or continue to serve — in the United States Armed Forces. Monies raised from your class are then donated to VYP to help Veterans and their families.

Already registered to host a donation-based yoga class or event? Visit the VYP GW Resources Page to find resources that can help make your class a success!


PTS(D) AND YOGA? WE CAN EXPLAIN.

IN THE U.S. Estimates of PTS(D) Among Veterans are:

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REGISTER TO HOST

Register to host a donation-based yoga class or event. Our goal is to reach across all 50 states.

GIVE & FEEL GOOD

Too busy to host or take a class? Donate to Veterans Yoga Project in honor of a veteran you love.

Join the movement

Help us spread the word on social media  #VGW2019 #WarriorGratitude

 

Questions? Check out our FAQ page!


Disclaimer: Veterans Yoga Project is grateful for teachers and studios raising awareness and money for VYP. VYP, however, shall not be held responsible for any actions by the teachers or studios. The listed teachers are not employees or otherwise agents of the VYP. The lawyers make us use these disclaimers. We hope you have a great class. But please understand that the teachers are not acting on behalf of our organization.

“Never underestimate the difference you can make in the lives of others. Step forward, reach out and help. This week reach to someone that might need a lift.”
— Pablo