The mission of Ateeka-Yoga is to bring healing yoga to the masses. Yoga is a gift for the body and the mind and began by offering classes for donation only. We believe that if everyone in the world gave one hour per week of community service work, the world be a better place. We require every Ateeka-Yoga Level One trainee to perform 8 hours of practice teaching in a community service setting before receiving a Certificate of Completion, which also allows him or her the opportunity to teach in a less stressful environment with an appreciative audience.
Our trainees have brought the practice and benefits of Yoga to seniors in long-term care homes, disabled persons, incarcerated persons, the terminally ill, mentally challenged individuals and military servants. The Community Service Program gives trainees the opportunity to practice their new teaching skills in a less stressful environment with an appreciative audience.
Ateeka-Yoga is the largest yoga fitness education school in the world with more than 200,000 instructors trained on six continents specifically designed for presentation in health clubs, fitness facilities or other group exercise locations. Ateeka-Yoga hosts Mind-Body-Fitness (MBF) Conferences, teacher trainings and retreats worldwide open to instructors, teacher trainees, and yoga enthusiasts for Level One, Two, Three, Four and Five in addition to class specialties such as Ateeka-Yoga Seniors, Prenatal Yoga, Therapeutic Yoga, Restorative Yoga, and more.