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Bringing Yoga to our Incarcerated Population & Janet Stone

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Where Is My Guru

Where Is My Guru


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Rikki Donahoe

Rikki Donahoe has been teaching yoga at the Camille Griffin Graham maximum security prison for women in Columbia, S.C. since May 2008. In July 2008 she added four classes per week teaching Patanjali's Yoga Sutras. She started practicing yoga in 2003 and in 2007 decided to attend a teacher training to deepen her practice.

Kath Meadows

Kath Meadows started practicing yoga in 2000 to take the edge off life as a full-time homeschooling mother. It gave her a place to be that supported, nurtured, strengthened, and challenged her. Kath started teaching in 2009 with a strong desire to give back. Her first classes were taught in a women's prison. She now teaches three to four classes a week.

Janet Stone

Janet’s personal yoga journey began in 1996 when she traveled to India, the birthplace of her grandfather, where she met an inspired yogi and became dedicated to a conscious evolution through yoga. She blends a  wealth of knowledge and experience to create a unique, vigorous-yet-sumptuous approach to Vinyasa yoga that melds awareness with movement, breath, heart, and humor. She teaches workshops, retreats, and teacher training around the world.

Janet is a Yoga Alliance Experienced Registered Yoga Teacher, having completed the 200-hour & 500-hour E-RYT program. (E-RYTs are qualified to train teachers and to conduct continuing education trainings). She leads a 200-hour Yoga Alliance certified vinyasa yoga teacher training program structured around the 5 elements, as well as a 500-hour advanced training.