"I practice Ashtanga at home, but it has been a goal of mine to practice at a studio except I couldn't afford it. Unit I found this program it was out of reach really."
The Trini Foundation continually strives to build community partnerships in order to reduce the impact of addiction by raising awareness and expanding options for prevention and treatment. We work with policy makers and public health agencies to advocate for funding and help bring increased resources to people struggling with addiction. We also partner with mental health professionals to help newly sober individuals gain the skills necessary to successfully navigate the road to recovery.
Our community partners aid us in extending the reach of yoga to underserved and high-risk populations. We seek to provide classes for all who may benefit from the practice but face barriers to access, such as limited local facilities and financial resources.