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I’m interested. Tell me more about this “Grow Your Yoga” thing and how to get involved! Okay! Since our 7 pillars guide our approach to action, there are some pillars that stick out a little more than others when we think about climate change. For example, when we talk about Be Accessible, it means... More details
Did you ever wonder why you get obsessed or feel insecure or go through power struggles when you are in love! Did you ever wonder why people end up in divorce when they started their relationship in love? Did you know that there is an art for handling the dark dances of love when they... More details
About Mychal A. Bryan: Mychal Bryan is a yoga teacher from Nassau, Bahamas. He studies and practices Iyengar yoga under the guidance of senior teacher Dr. Lois Steinberg who studied yoga directly with Guruji BKS Iyengar for over 40 years. His classes are filled with the knowledge he has gained from his travels along with... More details
Check out some of our amazing local partners that we love to support.
This organization does so much in the fight for Aboriginal rights, you can't help but be inspired.
Every year a portion of our Karma funds go to this amazing nonprofit
We are proud to work with the Canadian Sports Institute, offering their athletes yoga to improve their performance and safety in practice.
We also love giving back through charitable work
Moksha's and Modo's across North America have banded together to raise funds to protect the world fresh water in it's Grow Your Yoga campaign.
Waterkeeper Alliance: Founded by Robert F. Kennedy, Jr., is the largest and fastest growing non-profit solely focused on clean water. They empower individuals to protect and improve their local watersheds and use a combination of science, community action, and legal expertise to defend waterways. This year, we’re supporting a particular portion of the Waterkeeper Alliance, the group that works to protect the Upper Missouri Watershed (largest watershed in North America) and the Upper Missouri River, which provides water to 50 million people (as it empties into the Mississippi river) as well as its tributaries and communities, against threats to clean water and healthy rivers. They pursue legal action to enforce the Clean Water Act. They patrol and monitor the waterways to identify emerging or technical pollution issues. Their front-line active engagement with citizens, businesses and governments helps create awareness of, and support for, front-lines workers. Their advocacy and partnership programs help to toughen pollution standards. Just like the DSF, they’re on the front lines and in the courtroom creating massive change. They rock!