OUR MISSION IS TO ASSIST CHILDREN, ADOLESCENTS, AND ADULTS IN ACHIEVING HEALTH AND HARMONY THROUGH MINDFULNESS
AND YOGA PROGRAMS.
Our core belief is that every child has the potential to become a healthy, happy, and conscious citizen of the world. We believe that this can happen when an alchemy of mindful classrooms, schools, homes, and communities creates the environment that fosters psycho-social-emotional health of all.
Respond To The Needs
Of Our Community
Since 2013, Pratyush Sinha Foundation (PSF) has been providing Mindfulness and Yoga interventions in schools and communities.
We are using Mindfulness and Yoga as preemptive tools that develop resilience and build relationships and connections so that our communities can evolve into vital, adaptive, and thriving environments where children and adolescents feel safe and nurtured. Our reach now extends to over 13,000 children, adolescents, and adults per year.
We continue to support the needs of our community. The 2020 pandemic has aggravated the mental health challenges amongst kids and adults alike. To address this need we have added a Resources tab on this website. We offer age-appropriate mental and physical health tips and tools for different age groups that are free for all.
We are also continuing to develop programs for students and educators that work in a virtual format. Our special focus is to address the needs of BIPOC students and adults of our community, as COVID-19 vulnerability and poor mental health overlap. Now more than ever, mental health support and social-emotional learning is needed.
PSF is grateful to Senator Browne for his leadership in bringing about Trauma Informed Approaches to Education in Pennsylvania. We thank him for securing $500,000 in state funding to help establish a Trauma-Informed Mindfulness Education pilot program in the Allentown School District.
We are very honored to be one of the recipients of a Nonprofit Effectiveness Program Grant from the Lehigh Valley Community Foundation.
What The Kids Are Saying
"I like mindfulness because it stops me from raging. It calms me down. Other people should do it because its relaxing."