Practice for a Purpose

The Prajjali Project is funded by The Yoga Pass (Prajjali means “an offering” in Sanskrit)

A portion of every class you attend goes towards charity. The Prajjali Project is funded by The Yoga Pass and was created to fill a need to provide services to veterans transitioning to civilian life. The Prajjali Project launched its veteran yoga class program on March 5, 2014 at Montclair State University. The positive impact of meditation and yoga for those suffering from post-traumatic stress, as well as other physical and mental challenges, is gaining a great deal of attention lately. Yoga is even incorporated into physical training in the armed forces.

Experienced, certified yoga teachers teach our charity classes, which are funded by each yoga class taken through The Yoga Pass. The Prajalli Project plans to expand its charity classes to other causes such as yoga for cancer patients, addiction facilities, and more. Help us give back to those in need and practice for a purpose!

Veteran Doing Yoga: The Prajjali Project from The Yoga Pass
Meet U.S. Army Veteran Austin Tiongco-Dee, hurt while serving his country overseas.  After surgery on both shoulders and his hip, Austin turned to yoga to aid in his rehabilitation.  Thanks to Austin and all service men and women for their service and sacrifice.  The Yoga Pass is working hard so that more injured veterans can benefit from The Prajjali Project’s free yoga for our service men and women.