How Yoga Can Help in California’s Overcrowded Prisons

  • May 12, 2014
  • By Prison Yoga Project
How Yoga Can Help in California’s Overcrowded Prisons, Prison Yoga Project (7 minutes)

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Prison Yoga Project

James Fox is the founder and director of the Prison Yoga Project, an organization dedicated to establishing yoga and mindfulness meditation programs in prisons and rehabilitation centers worldwide. Since 2002, he has been teaching yoga and meditation to male prisoners at California’s San Quentin Prison as well as other State prisons. His book, Yoga A Path for Healing and Recovery, published in January 2010, has been requested and sent to over 8,000 prisoners. He provides training both in the U.S. and internationally for yoga instructors interested in teaching in prisons and rehabilitation facilities. He is specially trained in applying yoga practices for addiction recovery and trauma related issues.

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