Celebrate Harlem at Red Rooster 2019
SAVE THE DATE – MAY 7TH, 2019
Our programs respond to the issues and needs of our population, drawing on all eight limbs of yoga to increase the individual and communal capacity of our residents to envision and realize a more peaceful, just, and interconnected experience.
We envision a world where the power of yoga is made available to all—regardless of age, race, gender, class, etc. to provide the tools and momentum for positive change in individual participants and the communities they create. We accomplish this by using the numerous components of yoga to build confidence and determination, create space for reflection and understanding, and improve critical life coping skills in each individual we engage.
THAY is committed to communities of color and/or those living on moderate income, as well as the people who lead and govern these populations. As we understand the unique ability for yoga to act as a bridge between people in power and those who may feel disenfranchised that inhabit the same community—dissolving biases and providing a safe space to heal communities and resolve conflict. We carry out our mission by partnering with community-based organizations and local institutions — amplifying existing service-based offerings and integrating new methodologies into structures of authority.