Yoga: How We Serve Incarcerated Veterans

Yoga: How We Serve Incarcerated Veterans

July 9, 2014 | by Rob Schware | Huffington Post

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In this Huffington Post interview, Sabrina Seronello shares how trauma and substance abuse issues led her to pursue yoga as a form of therapy; she now teaches yoga in San Quentin State Prison through the Prison Yoga Project.

In this Huffington Post interview, Sabrina Seronello shares how trauma and substance abuse issues led her to pursue yoga as a form of therapy; she now teaches yoga in San Quentin State Prison through the Prison Yoga Project. Seronello mentions in this interview that according to a June 2012 evaluation of the Insight Prison Project conducted by NCCD, the yoga program has a positive effect on its participants by reducing stress and anxiety, calming temperament, and increasing emotional control.