Bringing the power of yoga and meditation to military communities around the world through training, advocacy, programs, and partnerships.
What Makes Us Different
Our teacher training and our programs are based on principles and practices that are:
1) evidenced-based 2) trauma sensitive 3) informed by the unique aspects of military culture
Annual Program Evaluation
As part of the Transform Initiative, our annual program evaluation (TRAIN & TEACH surveys) will provide comprehensive and accurate program impact tracking data and outcome evaluation designed to continually improve programs and ensure we are meeting the needs of the population.
The ‘TRAIN, TEACH, TRANSFORM (T3)’ integrated programs support health, healing, and connection of veterans, service-members, and their family members by creating nationwide access to free, military-specific, evidence-based, trauma-informed and adaptive yoga activities taught by a sustainable network of credentialed and qualified instructors.
Warriors at Ease Training
Veterans Talk Yoga
U.S. Army veteran and WAE Teacher Jeffrey Sargent and WAE Co-founder Robin Carnes.
Veterans don’t hold back in sharing what they think about yoga, meditation, and their experiences.
2020 Summer Scholarship Program
Warriors at Ease recognizes the financial strain COVID-19 has put on our teachers and the yoga community as a whole. Through our partnership with Yoga Alliance, we are proud to offer one-hundred 20% Scholarships to the Warriors at Ease Level 1 & 2 Training.
Check out our Online Level 1 Teacher Training today!
Yoga and meditation are mind-body practices that promote health and well-being.
Research shows that these practices can:
- improve one’s response to stress
- reduce sensation of chronic pain
- improve quality of sleep
- create a sense of calm in body & mind
- decrease symptoms associated with PTSD