Here's your monthly round up of new badgeholders that we've added in June.
Being a badgeholder means that you commit to spread the benefits of yoga in your community, and teach your first 4 charity classes as a volunteer. After the first 4 classes, Yoga Quota pays our badgeholders to continue teaching.
We’re happy to help badgeholders set up a charity class in your area, but are also equally happy if you set up your own.
We're always looking for more teachers dedicated to spreading yoga to their local community, so if you're interested in joining, please fill out our badgeholder form.
Here are this month's new badgeholders:
At Yoga Quota, we're proud to be partnered with so many incredible charities in our effort to spread yoga to vulnerable groups. The benefits of yoga are amazing, but often the people who would benefit most can't access it. Through our quota system at the studio, we are able to offer free and accessible yoga classes all over the UK with the help of our amazing badgeholders.
As part of our ongoing Mental Health Awareness Week, we wanted to spotlight some of our charity partners that work with mental health. These are all charities that we work with to provide free yoga for. Some are hosted at our own studio in Oxford and others are hosted throughout the UK and led by one of our badgeholding teachers.
In the middle of the week, when the stress and pressure are ramping up, going to Yoga Quota lets me drop everything for an hour and just be present. I leave each class with a smile on my face, full of energy, and feeling good about myself again!