1:15 pm2:00 pm, April 23

Join Mike Huggins from Transformation Yoga Project for a FREE lunchtime presentation at Namas Day.  RSVP Below.

Are you interested in performing yoga service? Spend an afternoon with Mike Huggins, Founder and Executive Director of Transformation Yoga Project (TYP), and learn about what yoga service entails and how to assess the type of service that fits your interests. He will also present approaches for empowering yourself and the people you would like to serve.

If you’re curious about sharing your practice with into community service this is a great opportunity to learn more.

This seminar will cover the following topics.
Yoga & Service
What is Trauma Informed yoga?
Preparing yourself for service
Where does meditation fit in?

This session is open to all. Yoga teacher certification not required.

About Transformation Yoga Project:

Transformation Yoga Project’s mission is to transform the lives of people within drug and alcohol treatment centers, the criminal justice system, community transitional centers, and VA treatment systems by providing yoga and mindfulness training. These tools endow people with skills for reducing stress, handling emotions, and healing trauma. By empowering those at-risk, we transform our communities and ourselves. Visit TYP’s website here: http://www.transformationyogaproject.org/

Mike 1About MIKE HUGGINS, FOUNDER, EXECUTIVE DIRECTOR; RYT, CFT, MBA
Mike Huggins is the founder and Executive Director of Transformation Yoga Project.  He is specially trained in applying yoga practices for addiction recovery and trauma-related issues. Mike is a registered yoga instructor (200 RYT) who has been practicing yoga since 2002.  He is also a certified fitness trainer. He left the corporate world to focus on a variety of community based outreach programs and to further develop his yoga practice.  Mike has dedicated his time and passion towards demystifying yoga by breaking down the powerful and positive aspects of the practice in a direct straight forward manner which these at-risk populations can relate to. Mike has been on the board of several non-profits in the greater Philadelphia area. He has a Bachelor of Science degree from Villanova University and a Masters of Business Administration from the Wharton School at the University of Pennsylvania.