Project Yoga Cincinnati

A Sentiment Worth Sharing

For this wonderful, warm-hearted, busy time of year, “let your heart be light” is a sentiment worth sharing! To all of you from Project Yoga, Happy Holidays.

We’ve added classes at Mt. Washington School. How could we not when we heard the mission of this neighborhood school is “Forever. Inspired. Together.” Classes are for K-2 and 3-6 grades. A second class at the Anna Louise Inn begins in 2017 for graduates of the Off the Streets program, giving the women an opportunity to come back to the Inn and continue their practice. We also added a class at the YWCA downtown for the youngest children served at the Y. Lots of great energy and fun with the wee ones!

Currently, 14 Project Yoga classes are held throughout Greater Cincinnati each week. We’re poised for more growth in 2017, due in large part to the tremendous success of November’s One Breath at a TIme event, raising 38% more funds than the previous year! Thanks to all of you who came out to support us.

As 2016 comes to a close, deep gratitude for our Project Yoga teachers and assistants. You are our sages. If you want to give of your time, email Schedules and levels of involvement are flexible.

We’re pleased to welcome Wendy Anderson (founder and former owner of Shine Yoga) and Deb Bagley (Drishtiq Yoga) to the Project Yoga Board. We continue to add initiatives mindfully and having a strong board to direct our efforts is invaluable.

We’re holding a Project Yoga friendraiser up in Dayton on February 4th at Cox Arboretum (6733 N Springboro Pike). Join us to learn about Project Yoga’s 2017 initiatives in Dayton with our partners from Indigo Yoga, Ignite Yoga, and lululemon. 8:30 am yoga class, a yummy breakfast, chair massages and the company of like-minded people. Save a seat now!

Did you know there are two effortless ways to support Project Yoga’s work? Amazon has created Amazon Smile, a no cost to you way of giving. When you shop Amazon, go to and select Project Yoga as your charity. Same selection as Amazon, but with the added feature of tapping into Amazon’s local charity support. Many of you already have also identified Project Yoga as your charity of choice when you shop at Kroger and use your Kroger Shopper’s Card too. You can visit or stop by a Customer Service desk at any Kroger and name Project Yoga as your Kroger Community Rewards Program.