In The COmmunity

At Inner Spring Yoga we believe that it’s important to take our yoga off of the yoga mat, out of the yoga studio, and into the community. This means we work hard to give back to our community. We honor the words of our inspiration, Sharon Gannon, “For surely, the best way to uplift our own lives is to do all we can to uplift the lives of others”. Fundraisers, supply drives, meal prep, and donations are just some of the ways that Inner Spring Yoga and our caring community of yogis give back.

 
Free Yoga at Jeffersonville’s RiverStage

Free Yoga at Jeffersonville’s RiverStage

bringing yoga to you

For the past several years Inner Spring Yoga has partnered with the City of Jeffersonville to offer free yoga throughout the summer at Jeffersonville’s Riverstage. We also offer free Yoga of Self Care classes to the social workers at St. Elizabeth’s in New Albany, and enjoy teaching an annual class of teens from Community Montessori on their Urban Arts Camping Trip.

Inner Spring Yoga Owner/Director, Carrie Klaus, presenting The BreakAway Recovery home with a donation.

Inner Spring Yoga Owner/Director, Carrie Klaus, presenting The BreakAway Recovery home with a donation.

Rebuilding lives

The BreakAway Recovery Home in New Albany is one of the community organizations that Inner Spring Yoga works to support throughout the year. Through donations to keep the home running, to supplies for their yoga class taught by one of our ISY yogis, to free classes for their graduates, Inner Spring Yoga is proud to play a part in supporting these women on the path to rebuilding their lives.

Inner Spring Yogis and other community members supporting Exit 0 to serve over 100 Thanksgiving meals to the less fortunate

Inner Spring Yogis and other community members supporting Exit 0 to serve over 100 Thanksgiving meals to the less fortunate

a helping hand

Inner Spring Yogis have pitched in to donate and serve food with Exit 0 during the holiday season. We've also gathered to put together Christmas gift bags for each individual receiving a meal through Exit 0 on Christmas Eve. We even have a few yogis who pitch in regularly, under the guidance of Fran Fach, to help out at the Shepherd’s Kitchen at St. Paul’s Episcopal Church in New Albany.