YogaSix Partners with Veterans Yoga Project to Support America’s Heroes | New

IRVINE, Calif.–(BUSINESS WIRE)–November 2, 2022–

YogaSix, the leading national boutique yoga brand, today announced a partnership with Veterans Yoga Project (VYP) to give back to America’s heroes through the mind-body experience of yoga. As part of the partnership, YogaSix becomes a permanent sponsor of VYP and will hold donation-based classes for the organization at its 160 studios across the country, beginning this Veterans Gratitude Week (November 4-13). 2022).

VYP’s primary mission is to support the recovery and resilience of our veterans, military families and communities. According to the Pew Research Center, about half of post-9/11 veterans say it was somewhat or very difficult for them to readapt to civilian life after their military service. Veterans who participate in VYP programs have reported that they sleep better, concentrate and think more clearly, deal with anger and aggression more easily, and find comfort in their own skin.

“When you think of the incredible benefits of yoga on body and mind, it’s hard to believe more veterans haven’t discovered the practice. By partnering with the Veterans Yoga Project and tapping into the network of nearly 200 YogaSix studios, we will be able to reach thousands more service members and change their lives through the power of yoga,” said Lindsay Junk, President of YogaSix.

Over the past few years, YogaSix has become one of the world’s leading boutique yoga brands, reviving the ancient practice in a modern, inclusive, accessible and empowering way. With world-class instructors, YogaSix offers various yoga and fitness programs that include movements and intensity that are adaptable to all fitness levels. The brand’s classes include Y6 101, Y6 Restore, Y6 Slow Flow, Y6 Hot, Y6 Power, Y6 Sculpt Flow, Y6 Mix, and Y6 TRX, so every veteran participating in VYP programs will be able to find an option that meets their needs. .

“Working with the veteran community, I have witnessed the importance of practicing yoga and meditation for veterinarians dealing with (D)PTS,” said Dr. Daniel Libby, clinical psychologist, founder and CEO of VYP. “The success I’ve seen is why I started Veterans Yoga Project and why we’re on a mission to bring yoga and mindfulness to vets in need.”

To learn more about the partnership between YogaSix and Veterans Yoga Project, please visit For more information about YogaSix and its class offerings, you can visit


Founded in 2012, YogaSix is ​​a boutique yoga brand that offers a wide range of heated and unheated yoga classes, boot camp style fitness classes and meditation accessible to everyone. Class formats include Y6 101, Y6 Restore, Y6 Slow Flow, Y6 Hot, Y6 Power, and Y6 Sculpt Flow. YogaSix classes eliminate the intimidation factor that many people feel when trying yoga for the first time, providing a fresh perspective on one of the oldest fitness practices in the world. Filed on Entrepreneur’s magazine Among the fastest growing franchises and best new franchises in 2021, YogaSix is ​​headquartered in Irvine, CA and is backed by Xponential Fitness, the largest franchisor of boutique fitness brands. To learn more about YogaSix, visit to learn more.

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