Niroga Institute is a non-profit Center for Integral Health and Development dedicated to providing life skills to at-risk and underserved individuals and families through Yoga. With over 50 Certified Yoga Teachers in the Yoga Corps, they are reaching out to several hundred people a week, including homeless, delinquent and incarcerated youth, people in rehab and recovery, and seniors. In addition to increasing strength, endurance, flexibility, and balance we help self-transformation by enhancing self-control and self-awareness, stress resilience and anger management - peace within leading to universal peace. You can hear directly from Niroga's students in this 8-minute video highlighting their work with at-risk youth.
The Niroga Institute brings the benefits of yoga to minority and at-risk communities.
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