Over 6,000 people participate in more than 360 community yoga classes taught by AYP teachers representing 21 different African countries.
More than 400 young people, trained as teachers, are earning a living wage by teaching yoga to people who otherwise would not have the opportunity.
Every week over 350 people from all walks of life in Nairobi gather at our community center to practice yoga for 2 hours together as a community.
Trauma-informed yoga training in Kenya: A qualitative pilot study on T feasibility and acceptability - read here
Creating S.P.A.C.E through Yoga - Boston College - read here
The Africa Yoga Project: A Participant-Driven Concept Map of Kenyan Teachers’ Reported Experiences - Jessalyn E. Klein, PhD, Catherine Cook-Cottone, PhD, Carla Giambrone, MS, University at Buffalo, SUNY read here.
A Feasibility and Acceptability Study of a Trauma informed Mind Body Program in Somalia read here.
Yoga for Kenyan children: Concept-mapping with multidimensional scaling and hierarchical cluster analysis read here
The Africa Yoga Project and Well-Being: A Concept Map of Students’ Perceptions read here
2015 Annual Report here
2016 Annual Report here // 2016 IRS 990 here
2017 Annual Report here // 2017 IRS 990 here
2018 Annual Report here // 2018 IRS 990 here // Year End Impact Report here