K10Yoga Outreach Programs

Root Down, Rise Up, Out Reach!

K10Yoga aims to encourage yoga practitioners and yogis worldwide to explore, dream, and discover their true authentic selves. Once recognized we may be called to be of service. To do this we first must root – root in our understanding of self – who we are – where is our foundation. Next we begin to rise – to answer the calling of our hearts. We then reach – we extend a hand, a heart, a breath inorder to provide a deeper element of peace, goodwill, and positivity to our world! K10Yoga Outreach gives us a place to reach populations that may not generally receive the benefits of yoga. Through the outreached hearts of these practitioners, yoga is accessible.

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Root. Rise. Reach

If you have a yoga program offered to a special population and wish to be listed on K10Yoga Outreach, a completed application is required. Applications will be reviewed and you will be contacted back as soon as possible. Please be sure to fill in all details fully and accurately so that we can process your request in a timely fashion.

Program Application

special-needs

Special Needs


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If you have class information, please email k10yogas@gmail.com

yoga recovery

Refuge Recovery
Full Life Counseling


POPULATION SERVED: Anyone in recovery or interested in recovery from addiction of any kind

NUMBERS SERVED ANNUALLY: 10-15 per meeting

OFFERED SINCE: June 2016

INSTRUCTOR: Jimmy Tunstall

Refuge Recovery is a mindfulness-based addiction recovery community that practices and utilizes Buddhist philosophy as the foundation of the recovery process. Drawing inspiration from the core teachings of the Four Noble Truths, emphasis is placed on both knowledge and empathy as a means for overcoming addiction and its causes. Refuge Recovery is a practice, a process, a set of tools, a treatment, and a path to healing addiction and the suffering caused by addiction. Meetings include meditation practice followed by open sharing and support. No meditation experience is necessary.

 

“As a person in long term recovery from drug and alcohol addiction Refuge Recovery was the thing that helped me take my recovery to the next level; A deeper spiritual level.”

 

www.refugerecovery.com
FB: Refuge Recovery Triad or email jimmy@full-life-counseling.com
Refuge Recovery is offered Each Wednesday at 6pm
983 Mar Don Dr., Winston Salem, NC

yoga body image

Embody Love Movement Workshops
K10Yoga


POPULATION SERVED: Women and girls celebrating inner beauty, committing to kindness, and contributing to meaningful change in the world.

NUMBERS SERVED ANNUALLY: 1,603 women and girls in 2015

OFFERED SINCE: 2011

INSTRUCTOR: Kristen Williams, ERYT500, ELM Facilitator

EMBODY LOVE WORKSHOP™ is a 2-3 hour transformational workshop for adult women ages 19 and up that takes participants on a journey toward self-acceptance. The goal is for women to set new intentions about how they feel, think, and speak to themselves and others. Participants are offered the opportunity to engage in process exercises in which they explore their internalized beliefs about beauty and self-worth and are given the tools to understand that these negative beliefs have a detrimental impact on their viewing themselves as purposeful and worthy. Interactive exercises include:

  • Dismantling the “beauty myth”
  • Changing the conversation from criticism to kindness
  • Embodied yoga experience
  • Commiting to being kind to ourselves, and therefore each other
  • Seeing and experiencing ourselves as worthy from the inside out
  • Recognizing our contributions through conscious activism

 

For upcoming workshop schedule visit K10Yoga or Embody Love Movement

yoga community

Donation Based Vinyasa Flow
Divine Yoga


POPULATION SERVED: Anyone

NUMBERS SERVED ANNUALLY: New in 2017

OFFERED SINCE: January 2017

INSTRUCTOR: Gina Kelly, RYT200

This All Level Yoga Class meets every Thursday at 6:15pm at Divine Yoga in Lewisville, NC

Gina will guide you through a practice sure to calm the mind, body and spirit in this beautiful space of transformation. Come home to yourself every Thursday.

Every class is donation based and donations go to a local organization.

Yoga(mmunity)


POPULATION SERVED: Community

NUMBERS SERVED ANNUALLY: 75 per week

OFFERED SINCE: 1 Year

INSTRUCTOR: Deanna Dzybon

Yoga(mmunity) Classes are open to anyone and cost $5
-Foothills Tasting Room: Saturdays 11am
-Corners Coffee (1 mile past Tanglewood Park): Tuesdays 9:30am

A 60 minute all levels yoga class incorporating a variety of asanas (poses) + an integral flow of standing, balancing and seated poses. Together we reconnect with the body, synchronize our movements with our breath + play at the edge of our comfort zones.
The class is perfect for new/beginner yogis, out of practice veteran yogis, well practiced yogis, runners, athletes and anyone looking for new way to move their body.

k10yoga youth yoga

Dragonfly Children’s Yoga
South Fork Elementary School


POPULATION SERVED: Elementary school kids

NUMBERS SERVED ANNUALLY: 130

OFFERED SINCE: 1 Year

INSTRUCTOR: Kathy Bryan

Kathy teaches this kids class at South Fork Elementary, a title one school. This class teaches self confidence, peaceful conflict resolution, calmness, music, movement, listening skills, getting along and acceptance of others.

“…Most precious are our children. If we teach them love, self confidence, acceptance of themselves and others we can work toward a peaceful world. This is what our children deserve.”

Yoga(mmunity) Kids


POPULATION SERVED: Kids

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OFFERED SINCE: Less than a year

INSTRUCTOR: Ms Christine

In conjunction with Yoga(mmunity) parents can take class with Deanna while kids take class with Ms Christine 2 Saturdays a month at 11:00am at the Foothills Tasting Room. Each class is $5 and includes a juicebox! Anyone is welcome. For additional information email Christine: stine@triad.rr.com

Yoga for Kids
Gateway YWCA


POPULATION SERVED: Kids ages 3+

NUMBERS SERVED ANNUALLY: 30

OFFERED SINCE: 2015

INSTRUCTOR: Ms Christine

A class for kids ages 3 and up at the YWCA of Winston Salem. Free for members, $5 for non-members. Kids will play and move their bodies in to fun shapes, learn how to breathe, to relax, and there may even be a craft included!

 

YWCA of Winston Salem
Thursday 4:00-4:45pm

seniors yoga programs

Miller Park Community Yoga


POPULATION SERVED: Older Adults

NUMBERS SERVED ANNUALLY: 30+ Weekly

OFFERED SINCE: 2013

INSTRUCTOR: Elizabeth S Weiler, RYT250, M.Ed, Ed.S
Jennie Schwartz, RYT500, Nutritionist

This class is designed for older adults who wish to return to their practice or would like to learn yoga as a beginner. Most classes consist of pranayama, stretching, vinyasa flow, attention to alignment, balance, relaxing savasana. $20 for one day a week for the entire month; $6 for a drop in. The money collected goes to expenses at the rec center to continue the program.

 

Classes Offered at Miller Park Recreation Center inWinston Salem, NC
MWF 9:30-10:30am

 

Email Elizabeth at esadler1@triad.rr.com for more information

yoga women programs

Yoga for Women


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See Embody Love Movement classes above.

yoga abroad

Salaam Baalak Trust
India


POPULATION SERVED: Street Children in India

NUMBERS SERVED: 73,000

OFFERED SINCE: 28 Years

Salaam Baalak Trust aims to provide a sensitive and caring environment to street and working children and other children on the margins of society. It seeks to dissolve the barriers that rob children of the opportunity to realize their rights.

 

SBT objectives are divided in 4 departments:

 

Children Homes: In the capital of India, SBT has a total of 18 centers (13 contact points and 5 shelters home) providing full time and short stay facility to children in need of care and protection. A sense of security and rehabilitation to normal life.

 

Health Protection: Street children are exposed to innumerable infections and diseases. Due to lack of proper guidance, these children have little or no understanding of sanitation and hygiene. Our immediate effort is to take care of their medical needs and psychological needs.

 

Education and Social Inclusion: “Education is not the answer, but education linked with livelihood is the answer for street children”, said Mr. Praveen Nair, Chairperson at SBT. Thus, we strengthen the independence will of children and prepare them for a life of their own forms.

 

Recreation: SBT encourages the use of creative and performing arts to exhibit children talents such as photography, theatre, dance and puppetry. Others activities like sport, travels and cinema are also promoted.

 

For more information or to make a donation visit Salaam Baalak Trust