In the ancient and modern world the concept of “Seva” or service to others, is an integral part of being a teacher and giving back to the community.  As a teacher you have the ability and power to impact your community by bringing the healing power of yoga to homeless men, women and children.  If you are interested in taking your teaching to a new high please check out the benefits, requirements and submission form below.


Teacher Benefits:
Currently Yoga 4 Homeless is run on a volunteer basis, but we plan to switch to financial compensation after we’ve built up enough momentum and donation capital.  Current volunteers will have priority for paid teaching positions, so we highly recommend you get started now.
– Expand your teaching ability
– Community Goodwill
– Featured on our website / social media
– Seva – service to others, brings abundance into our lives.

Yoga 4 Homeless offers free yoga classes to partner homeless shelters and community centers. We have the ability to customize the curriculum based on all ages and all levels of mobility.  We can tailor a class for your ability based on your experience.
We can offer classes to:

– Children
– Teens/Young Adults
– Adults
– Women only
– Men only
– Seniors


Y4H Ambassador Program

Do you think 2 minutes could change the world?  It really can!  You could be a part of changing the lives of the homeless in your own city and all over the world.  Please take 2 minutes and check out our Ambassador Program and see how you can help us change the world.  For more info just download our Ambassador Program Here. 

Get Started as a Volunteer, Teacher or Ambassador

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Current List Of Y4H Teachers As Follows:

cn-yoga_largeChad Scott Nellis

Chad Nellis brings a wealth of experience in multiple disciplines to Yoga 4 Homeless.  As a master of yoga instruction with over 20 years of practice and study under master teachers Brian Kest, Seane Corn, Baron Baptiste and Bikram Choudry, Chad has taught multiple styles of yoga including Vinyasa, Hatha and Power for the last 10 years.  Currently he teaches to all age groups and abilities at Yoga Six in Point Loma San Diego with an emphasis on awakening and strengthening not only the body, but the mind and spirit.

Says Chad of his teaching: “My goal is to guide others to awaken to their infinite power, courage and compassion and ultimately become undefeatable in the face of life’s everyday challenges.  I think this is crucial in helping the homeless who have lost their inner power to move ahead, take action and rejoin society as productive, happy citizens.”

suewebberSue Webber

RYT500 Yoga Teacher
Bringing the healing power of Yoga and Meditation to EVERYONE is Sue’s personal mission.  Her unique blend of gifts and passionate teaching style, makes finding the balance, strength and flexibility in the physical, mental and emotional realms a reality for all.  Whether it’s enjoying a seated chair twist, pretending you’re a lion at the zoo or simply hugging yourself as a perfect soul, her teachings focus on adaptability, personal healing and the power of community.  Sue is certified in Vinyasa, Sculpt, Meditation, Kids/Teens, Chair Yoga, and Reiki, and is exploring her metaphysical gifts as an Intuitive Artist.

Lara bioLara Rosenberg

ERYT, Nutritional Therapist

Lara  has accumulated over 15 years as a certified yoga instructor working in behavioral health through outreach and community awareness. Currently Lara is the Trauma Yoga Consultant at The Meadows Outpatient Center in Scottsdale, AZ; partner/instructor at Vibetality in Chandler, AZ and owns OM3 Yoga in Phoenix, AZ.

Throughout an indepth period of self-discovery, Lara immersed herself in humanitarian aide work in post-tsunami Sri Lanka and India from 2005-2007 while studying traditional forms of yoga.  During this time Lara has taught yoga to numerous groups and individuals in a variety of treatment centers, corporations, athletic teams, schools, charities, yoga studios and events.

In 2014, Lara became trained in Bessel van der Kolk’s Trauma Sensitive Yoga model and in 2015 completed her Nutritional Therapy License.  Lara currently instructs public, private and corporate yoga classes; gives nutrition lectures and works with individuals and families.

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