The 21 Day Yoga Challenge OLD-DO NOT USE


  • vendredi, 21 septembre 2018 de 6:01 Matin à lundi, 29 octobre 2018 11:59 Après-midi (HAP)

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Join The Movement October 8th - October 29th!

21 days | 21 minutes/day | $21

 = 1 trauma-informed yoga class for:

  • Women and children fleeing violence
  • Incarcerated & at-risk youth
  • Women in jail
  • Those accessing mental health services
  • Those recovering from addictions
  • All across BC...just to name a few.

Your registration fee will enable Yoga Outreach to continue to support, empower, and reconnect our community's most vulnerable, and often overlooked, individuals. 


Join the Movement!

  • Register as an Individual ; or
  • Create a Corporate Team – we’ll promote your participation through our social media channels. Each person registers in this case but you create one fundraising page for your team and everyone directs their pledges there; or
  • Donate $100+ to become a Corporate Sponsor – You’ll receive a tax receipt & we’ll promote your business through social media (Facebook: 2080+, Twitter: 1286, Instagram: 535+) Our monthly newsletter (1387)  and mention on our challenge page; or
  • Host a by-donation class or workshop with proceeds going to Yoga Outreach; or
  • Donate an in-kind item for our social media contests – We’ll promote your business through our social media channels; or
  • Donate here instead of participating.

Progrès réalisés dans l’atteinte de l’objectif visé


de 12 000 $

Jours pour acheter


21 septembre 2018
vendredi, 21 septembre 2018 6:01 Matin (HAP)


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Yoga Outreach is celebrating 22 years of providing trauma-informed yoga programming across BC. That’s right! For the last 22 years we have delivered over 12,000 classes and provided more than 50,000 students with an opportunity to heal from trauma by learning to reconnect with and feel safe within their bodies, while also re-establishing a sense of social safety in spaces they are comfortable with.