Deliver Yoga to 10,000 Prisoners

 
$2,270
$7,730
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Dec 18, 2012

Breaking Free of Negative Behavioral Patters

A Path for Healing & Recovery provides practices that have been proven effective in helping prisoners to gain insight into unconscious patterns of thinking and compulsive behavior. They have also greatly helped in improving their overall quality of life – mentally, emotionally and physically. Although this program has been developed through years of experience teaching yoga to incarcerated youth and adults, it focuses on the self-reflection and personal discipline necessary for one to lead a more conscious life, whether incarcerated or free. It is a powerful resource for anyone trying to break free of negative behavioral patterns. The book contains guides for physical practice (asana), breathing (pranayama) and meditation (dyhana).

This book has now been sent to almost 7,000 prisoners across the country.

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Rob Schware

Takoma Park, MD United States

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