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SupportIYI2015The Integral Yoga Institute of New York is a registered 501(c)(3) nonprofit organization that has been serving the New York community since 1966.

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Helping out is not some special skill. It is not the domain of rare individuals. It is not confined to a single part of our lives. We simply heed the call of that natural impulse within and follow it where it leads us. – Ram Dass

Every day, Integral Yoga provides classes and workshops that encourage the well being and vitality of the New York community. Our sustained operations rely on the continued generosity of individuals like you. Your monthly donation helps support the regular maintenance required for our facilities and sustains our ability to offer programs that reach a variety of underserved populations.

Your generosity is a precious opportunity to make the teachings of Integral Yoga available to enrich the lives of many. Your monthly pledge, which can be made through credit card or an automatic withdrawal from your bank account, generates a steady stream of income that upholds the mission of Integral Yoga.

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