To carry out our mission, THAY partners with community-based organizations and local institutions to amplify existing service-based offerings. We currently provide regular and holistic yoga instruction to the following branches of the Harlem community:
- The Bridge – offers a comprehensive range of evidence-based rehabilitative services, including mental health and substance abuse treatment, housing, vocational training and job placement, healthcare, education
andcreative arts therapies.
- Children’s Aid Society – East Harlem branch offering children, youth, and families comprehensive community-based services and support.
- Food Bank for New York City – Senior Center within the organization that provides meals, sessions on living a healthy lifestyle, workshops with a community nutritionist, and more.
- Harlem House – mental health center at Harlem Hospital.
- LGBT Youth of Harlem United – a nonprofit providing access to quality HIV/AIDS care for all, regardless of race, socioeconomic status or sexual orientation.
- Law Enforcement Explorers Program – an NYPD program connecting youth and law enforcement in positive community service.
- New York Harm Reduction Educators (NYHRE) – a nonprofit organization promoting the health and safety of persons who use drugs and engage in prostitution.
- NYPD – THAY offers ‘Yoga for Cops’ in the central Harlem community.
- Sound Business, Inc. (SBI) – a program designed to foster systemic socio-economic change through
grass rootseducation initiatives, serving Harlem’s A. Philip Randolph Campus High School.
- Services for the Underserved (S
:US) – a Harlem nonprofit driving scalable solutions to transform the lives of people with disabilities, people in poverty, people facing homelessness, and veterans.