Yoga For Every Body
Warrior Yoga works with local charities and shelters to add yoga as a strategy for peace and health to their existing programming.
Weekly classes for survivors of human trafficking via A New Day
A New Day is an Ottawa charity working to rehabilitate young womxn from human trafficking in a residential setting. In collaboration with Warrior Yoga they added yoga and meditation to their programming with teacher and cofounder Cassie Connor in Summer 2018.
Weekly classes for women experiencing homelessness via Cornerstone Women’s Housing (Booth St)
At the Booth Street location, Warrior Yoga teacher Anna Wong offers a weekly mindful movement class where residents are invited to explore meditation and mindful movement. Anna accommodates their mobility challenges by offering options to follow along in a [wheel]chair.
Weekly classes for women experiencing homelessness via Cornerstone Women’s Housing (Princeton St)
At the Princeton location, Warrior Yoga teacher Corinne Blouin offers a 2-hour yoga and creative expression class combining art and mindful movement. Residents are taught how to process emotions and embrace creativity through movement and creativity.
Weekly classes for women and men experiencing homelessness via Centre 454
Centre 454 is a drop in resource centre for people experiencing homelessness. Warrior Yoga teacher, Makenzie Dale, creates a safe place where students can de-stress by combining breath and movement.
Weekly yoga for newly arrived refugee women via Carty House
Carty House helps integrate and refugee women into Canadian Society. Students learn how to find peace in breath and movement with Warrior Yoga teacher Ayesha Basi.