Community Partners

Baltimore Yoga Village is proud to collaborate with organizations whose missions match ours and who give their hearts  throughout the world in service to others. We have partnered with these organizations to spread real yoga, give back to Mother Earth, and preserve diverse sacred traditions.

Local Partners:

IMG_3142Ancient Oaks Farm and The Baltimore Homa Community

Baltimore Yoga Village, Mt. Washington Location has become a sign up and drop off point for the CSA (Community Sustainable Agriculture) produce organically grown at Ancient Oaks Farm. This farm uses homa farming techniques for organic food,  fertilized naturally by the very materials used in their homa fire meditations. The food is not only organic but also prayed over; and the proof is in the pudding. The beautiful harvest, which benefits our minds, bodies, and spirits is delivered fresh every thursday for the duration of the CSA season. Click here to sign up vegetables,



29SCC mural29th Street Community Center

Located at Barclay Elementary School, rooms are used for child and adult  education programs at low and no cost. Sign up for these reduced priced yoga, acroyoga, and meditation classes through our courses page. We are committed to bringing yoga to all of Baltimore, regardless of economic status.



International Partners: Both of our international partners are concerned with maintaining traditions that face extinction and offer free education, health and wellness to their communities.

Winaypak School 

From July 2015 – July 2016, from every $125 ten class pass purchased, Baltimore Yoga Village will give $10 to Winaypak School. Click here to Purchase a 10 class pass today. Located in the Andes mountains, near to Pisac, in the Sacred Valley, 1 hour from Cuzco, the ancient capital of the Incas, Winaypaq lovingly teaches the most up-to-date scientific, cultural and technological knowledge and skills while respectfully integrating traditional Andean cultural values to forge a new path forward to a sustainable, prosperous and peaceful future. Children are offered a free primary education, which respects the values of their ancestors. Click here to watch a video of how the children start their day. The students of Winaypaq are the direct ancestors the ancient Inca culture that at one time expanded all the way from southern Colombia to southern Chile.

 BYVHomeTibetanMonksDrepung Gomang Monastic Sacred Art Tour: 

Each year Baltimore Yoga Village hosts the Sacred Art Tour of the Drepung Gomang Monastery located in Southern India. These monks are devout followers of His Holiness The Dalai Lama and are working hard to maintain and share their traditions throughout the world. The monastery offers free education, food, and medical services to the Tibetan monk refugees, now more than 2,300 monks. Last year, Anjali (their Maryland coordinator) and therefore Baltimore Yoga Village collaborated with universities and churches to raise more than $20,000 in 10 days, the tour’s highest fundraising effort in the USA in 2015. Stay tuned for the 2016 tours and enjoy their chanting, sand mandalas, lectures, and cultural pageant!