Project Yoga Cincinnati

Our Wish For You!


Merry & bright–that’s our simple wish for you this holiday season! Heck, that’s our wish for you every season. Keep that glow going- it looks great on you!


One Breath at A Time 2015 exceeded our expectations in raising funds for Project Yoga programs. So many played are part in the evening’s success-thanks!

Thanks also to our Project Yoga teachers and assistants. You are our sages and graciously give of your talents. We and the communities we serve are forever grateful.

Special thanks to Project Yoga Partner Studios Modo Yoga, Move Your Hyde, Simply Power Yoga and The Shakti Factory for your highly valued counsel and collaboration in 2015. Thank you to sponsors Bingham, Greenbaum & Doll, LLP, Cincinnati Union Bethel, Modo Yoga, St. Paul Village and two anonymous donors. Also–a shout out to lululemon Hyde Park for giving Project Yoga a Metta Movement Grant for 2016. We appreciate your faith in the work we do!


2016 will be mark our eighth year teaching yoga and mindfulness to underserved communities in Greater Cincinnati. At the start of 2016, we will have 12 classes running each week. Take a closer look at one program, Project Yoga at Bethany House.

Project Yoga will begin teaching a 1 credit hour Introduction to Yoga class at Chatfield College OTR in January. Chatfield College makes an Associate Degree accessible to students who face significant barriers to education. Both enrolled students and members of the OTR community can take the course.

Several yogis have asked us for training in teaching yoga to children. Mark your calendars for a three hour workshop on February 6th for “A New Paradigm in Teaching Children Yoga.” Our time together will focus on methods for communicating to children and high schoolers not typically covered by 200 and 500 hour programs. The workshop will be led by Cezarina Trone of Mirador Yoga, the only 95 hour Yoga Alliance Registered Children’s Yoga School in Cincinnati. 200 or 500 RYT are welcome. CEU credits available. Look for additional details in January! Current Project Yoga teachers and assistants will get a substantial discount on the workshop.

Can you take a peek in your closets here at year’s end to help a couple of the communities we serve? Simply Power Yoga (a Project Yoga partner studio) is collecting hats, coats, gloves and warm socks for the families at Bethany House Services. lululemon Kenwood is collecting gently used yoga wear for Project Yoga at Off the Streets.

Look for a Project Yoga donation class on Valentines Day at Athleta in Kenwood. Special merchandise discounts available for folks who take the class. More on that next year.

If you want to give of you time, email Schedules and levels of involvement are flexible. The need for folks to teach and assist is always present.


As 2015 winds down, consider giving to Project Yoga. We are a small, but mighty organization working with many of Greater Cincinnati’s most vulnerable people. Your generosity cultivates an immediate kind of happiness in the students we serve.

Thanks again to all and on to 2016!