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2 Letter State Code
Community Served General Location
community members, open to all Capital View, Washington, DC
Unemployed men and women of DC, Columbia Heights Josephine Butler Parks Center, Columbia Heights, Washington DC
Families with children 0-5 - Mommy and Me yoga Mayfair Community, Anacostia, Washington DC
Latino Youth- Ages 14-23 Yoga for Young Women Takoma Park/ Langley Park
Teachers and staff at LAMB PCS Washington D.C. 20011
low income in D.C. 1640 Columbia Rd
Youth Survivors of Human Trafficking Dupont
Chandler families (ex. children's yoga and storytime, mommy and me yoga) Hamilton Library/Chandler, AZ
Rosedale community children ages 6 -11 (some accompanied by their parents) Rosedale Neighborhood, Northeast DC
Library patrons with a focus on tweens and teens (ages 11-19) and community members who have no other access to yoga in the community. Sylmar (San Fernando Valley, Los Angeles), CA
Children, After-School Program Crown Heights, Brooklyn
staff members of nonprofit community arts organization which serves students from families with low incomes Adams Morgan, NW, Washington, DC
Multicutural, Immigrant and women of color survivors of gender violence and exploitation: domestic violence, sexual violence, labor trafficking and exploitation, low wage working women Boston, MA
general public--adults Southwest/Waterfront, Washington DC
Public Library Community in Georgetown Georgetown
Grief, loss and trauma center VanNess/UDC in Washington DC (Connecticut Ave.)
homeless men with chemical/substance addiction Bushwick
Social Work Students Washington Heights, Manhattan, NY.
Adult English Language Learners who are all parents Petworth, Washington, DC
Children birth -12 of women in Substance Abuse/Addiction Program Prince George's County, Capitol Heights, MD
Adolescents with behavioral/emotional problems Baltimore, MD
Early Head Start and Head Start Children - Ages 6 weeks through 5 years www.educaredc.org
Clients of Bread for the City Shaw District Washington DC
children and adolescents with psychiatric illness in a residential treatment facility Leesburg, VA
Homeless women and women in transitional housing Shaw
survivors of torture Near Columbia Heights area, NW Washington DC,
Low-Income Individuals living in an affordable housing building 53rd St. and 11th Avenue (Hell's Kitchen)
Youth from underserved/low-income families Columbia Heights, Washington, DC
Serving low-income senior citizens Adams Morgan, Washington, DC
teens and adults from families with low incomes Adams Morgan, NW, DC
Middle school girls in Ward 8 of Washington, DC Anacostia
low-income families of downcounty Montgomery County Silver Spring, MD - a mile from downtown
Pre-school to 5th grade students in high poverty school U Street/Logan Circle, Washington DC
Poorest ward in DC Green line to congress heights then short bus ride
Homeless women and men in transition Eckington
homless adults 16th aand newton street
Students from low performing schools and/or who are in foster care or homeless SOHO
Library program for under served children in Southwest DC Southwest DC
Emotionally Disturbed Adolescents Arbutus, Baltimore, MD
Faircliff Plaza West Community Center (voucher based housing/youths) Columbia Heights metro; walk 3-4 blocks
Homeless men and women in recovery - health and addiction Christ House, Adams Morgan area, Washington, DC
Disadvantaged and Minority Inner City Youth DC Public Schools in Wards throughout the city
homeless youth between the ages of 12-23 Capitol Heights, MD
Low-income Senior citizens and those with Disabilites Langdon
Transitional Homeless Shelter for Women Rockville, MD
Military Veterans and Their Partners UI Campus, Iowa City, Iowa; Cedar Rapids Vets Memorial Center, Cedar Rapids, Iowa
Low-income and mostly immigrant youth in summer camp Brightwood, DC
Persons infected and affected by HIV, patients returning home from prison Upper West Side, Manhattan, New York city
Central Harlem, NY Elementry Schools Harlem, New York
Senior Citizens Adams Morgan, Washington, DC

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