Give Back Yoga

The Give Back Yoga Foundation supports and funds research-based, clinically tested yoga programs for marginalized populations. The website also provides supplies to help kickstart yoga programs, inspire grassroots social change and community cooperation in under-resourced areas. Join them in sharing the transformational benefits of yoga with the world, one person at a time.


"3HO's mission is to inspire everyone, everywhere to live a Healthy, Happy, and Holy life through the teachings of Yogi Bhajan.

The 3HO website is an excellent resource for a variety of Kundalini related topics including The Yogic Diet (foods & recipes), Yogic Habits to Cultivate for Your Daily Routine, Tantric Numerology, Lifecycles, Spiritual Names (information on them & how to request one), Healing Practices, and many more. The website provides extensive information about Kundalini Yoga including kriyas, meditations, pranayam, chakras, muda & mantras. They also provide interesting information about Yogi Bhajan such as quotes, lectures & stories. 


KRI is the official international training organization which promotes the teachings of Yogi Bhajan and oversees kundalini teacher training programs across the globe. This non-profit organization certifies the Level One Aquarian Teacher Training Program that we hold at Raj Yoga + Meditation. It is a 220-hour professional certification program in Kundalini Yoga as taught by Yogi Bhajan. The KRI website is an excellent resource for finding certified trainings worldwide. They also provide kundalini tools & teachings. 


White Tantric Yoga enables practitioners to act on each moment with clarity, gain a deeper understanding of themselves and experience a release from the burden of the mind. In this meditative practice, the mind, body & soul are able to act as one. There are White Tantric Yoga events held worldwide. The website is a terrific resource to gain greater understanding of the practice and to find practice schedules around the world.

Prison Yoga Project provides prisoners with a mindfulness and yoga practice as skills to use even when they're not doing yoga. If prisoners are tangled in a confrontation or tempted to go back to using, they can draw on what they've learned from yoga to respond with skill rather than act on it blindly. Prison Yoga offers training that teaches other people how to offer yoga to prisoners and others impacted by trauma, including International training and programs.