In our community,
we embody strength
The ethos of The House of Yoga strongly emphasizes the importance of building a sense
of community, using Yoga as a tool to bring people together.
The Outreach project was set up at the end of 2014, with the aim of providing Yoga to those
who struggle with accessibility.
Finances | Ability | Schedule | Background | Responsibility
The project at The House of Yoga is run by Jo Green.
\ To provide accessibility and equal opportunities to all
\ To encourage and build a sense of community
\ To promote the importance of a healthy lifestyle, mind & body
\ To raise awareness around the benefits of Yoga
\ To break down physical, mental, emotional & social barriers
\ To spread the positive effects and benefits of Yoga to a wider audience
\ We firstly assess the needs, preferences and budget of the community that we are working with,
then provide an initial free taster session.
\ If the community is keen to continue yoga with us, whether ad-hoc or regularly, we then tailor
the sessions and if affordable, we organise a rate that will pay the teacher.
\ The remainder goes into our Outreach pot that pays to provide Yoga for those who are unable to
This essentially means that our communities are supporting communities.
Funds raised through Outreach are fed back into the Community, either through donations to local charities,
or through delivering free or subsidised Yoga sessions. Cash donations are greatly appreciated and
can be handed into the House of Yoga reception. We will be sure to keep you updated of events, how to
get involved and where and what your money and support is going to.
Teachers that are interested in teaching within our Outreach team are required to have completed a 200hr
Teacher Training with the House of Yoga or have experienced training with the Baptiste Institute.
To support us, find out more, share ideas, testimonials or get involved please contact Jo Green
at email@example.com or pop in for a chat!