Yoga Heights strives to nourish and support the community within and outside of our studio every day. Our students are all local and thus they are part of the community at large. In our first year and a half, we have given away thousands of dollars worth of classes for silent auctions, door prizes, and more to support causes near and dear to our hearts and those of our teachers and students. We take our mission of making yoga accessible to everybody very seriously. We have free chair yoga with the senior center across the street so that about 20 seniors get yoga on a weekly basis. We also provide free yoga for Wangari gardens all summer long. Over the past year and a half we’ve brought yoga to the EL Haynes, Tubman, Bruce Monroe, and Chavez schools. These classes have touched both students and staff. Internally, we have the Karma Pass Program which allows anyone to pay $5 per class for up to four classes per month. This makes yoga attainable for people who wouldn’t otherwise be able to afford it. Additionally, our studio assistants are all local and work in exchange for yoga. We are committed to making yoga affordable for anyone that wants to incorporate it in their lives. Our mission is yoga for “every body at every level and every budget.” We uphold this mission with the utmost integrity and are dedicated to working with anyone who reaches out to make sure yoga can fit in their budget.