Become A Volunteer

We partner with yoga instructors, community organizations, social service agencies, and prisons to provide trauma-informed and strengths-based yoga programming for our communities.

Volunteer as a Yoga Instructor

  1. Complete 200hr YTT

  2. Complete Yoga Outreach Core Training™ (within the last 3 years)

  3. Apply Online

  4. Complete Session with Mentor

  5. Volunteer in the Community!

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Community Engagement Volunteer

We are always accepting applications for people with strong communication skills and a passion for people to join our team, especially individuals with skills in fundraising, marketing, communications, and community outreach.
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Advisory Council Member

Yoga Outreach is seeking Advisory Council members who believe in our mission and wish to contribute expertise in the field of counselling psychology to the current and future work of the charity.
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Benefits for Volunteers

  • Program continuity for students, opportunity to integrate best practices for service yoga settings

  • Peer networking & community building

  • Ongoing program support & mentorship opportunities

  • Continuing education training (access to affordable workshops)

  • Opportunities to co-teach

  • Facility screening and liaising with staff handled by us!

Volunteer Opportunities

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Reaching Out with Yoga

Reaching Out With Yoga, is a research project lead by the BC Society of Transition Houses in partnership with Yoga Outreach, that will explore the impact of trauma-informed yoga on the health and well-being of women and children who have experienced violence and are currently accessing Transition Houses across BC. This project is funded by the Public Health Agency of Canada.
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Trauma-informed yoga for justice involved youth

Yoga Outreach has received funding from the Department of Justice Canada to develop, run, and evaluate a two year pilot project that will provide trauma-informed yoga programming alongside drug treatment programs for justice involved youth. Our project will evaluate the efficacy of trauma-informed yoga (TIY) programming in enhancing health outcomes such as self-regulation and impulse control for justice involved youth within drug treatment programs.

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