IN THE MEDIA

“For incarcerated women yoga has a positive effect in that it teaches them; body awareness,
coping skills and the ability to be fully present.  Trauma sensitive yoga can be incredibly
powerful in the healing of a woman who has experienced significant trauma whether
incarcerated or not.”

~Staff member at Washington Corrections Center for Women, 2016

“For incarcerated women yoga has a positive effect in that it teaches
them; body awareness, coping skills and the ability to be fully present.
Trauma sensitive yoga can be incredibly powerful in the healing of a
woman who has experienced significant trauma whether
incarcerated or not.”

~Staff member at Washington Corrections Center for Women, 2016

VIDEOS

Meet the YBB Community.

Curious about what our students have to say about our trauma-informed approach to yoga? Want to get a better sense of what our work feels and looks like? We’ve got you! These videos take you behind the scenes and behind bars, including our youth program at Echo Glen and our program at Clallam Bay Corrections Center. You can also find us in various videos including a TEDx Monroe on “Yoga and Meditation: Subtle Practices for Change” or check out our Vimeo channel.

ARTICLES + PUBLICATIONS

Both local and national publications have written about our work on the intersection of yoga, social justice, and trauma recovery — including our groundbreaking Yoga Teacher Training for incarcerated people.

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