If you are a regular listener to Boise State Public Radio, you likely heard Jessica Murri's story about a new class being offered on campus for survivors of sexual assault. Her reporting offers great insights into the struggles that survivors face - and a new way in which yoga is being used to help.
Through the generous work of a dedicated volunteer, all of our clients have a similar program available to them. Each week, HansMukh Khalsa leads a group class in Kundalini Yoga, which she has designed the help clients take control of their breathing, bodies - and lives.
We encourage you to read or listen to the NPR story to learn more.
Our volunteers make amazing dreams real for our clients each day - and they often approach us to get new services off the ground. If you have a unique talent or skill, you could create that next opportunity! To learn more, please reach out to Jill Iris, Volunteer Program Manager, at 208.788-4191, or firstname.lastname@example.org.