Help us Serve Those Who Have Served

Help provide evidence based Trauma-Conscious therapeutic yoga for our Nation’s Servicemembers, Veterans and their Families.

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CWI classes are available in 20 states and counting. We can be found at local yoga studios, universities, VA Medical Centers, Vet Centers, military ships and military facilities across the Nation and abroad.

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On the Mat, On Base

CWI provide mats, shirts, blocks, straps and other gear to our Servicemembers.  We continue to expand to provide classes where our Servicemembers deploy.

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Making a Real Difference

Read what our warriors have to say regarding the ways CWI classes positively impacted their lives. CWI provides our services to Servicemembers, Veterans and their Families at no cost. 


Meet 2016’s Regional Coordinator of the Year – Kelly Scanlon

Kelly Scanlon is the Senior Regional Coordinator for South Carolina and all VA Medical Centers and Vet Centers nationwide. Kelly is an E-RYT Yoga Instructor and Certified Personal Trainer. She has been an integral part of our organization in many aspects and her selfless dedication and effort to the Veterans and their Families, is an inspiration to many. CWI salutes you Kelly!

Mission Statement

Empowering Servicemembers, Veterans and their Families worldwide through Trauma-Conscious Yoga

Trauma-Conscious Yoga Therapy Training

Connected Warriors, Inc CWI offers trauma-conscious yoga therapy training to Certified Yoga teachers and healthcare professionals. CWI’s training is Yoga Alliance Certified for 8 Continuing Education Units (CEU). For schedule please contact

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Without the efforts of CWI’s passionate volunteers, we would not be able to accomplish our mission. Whether you are a Veteran, in the Military, or a caring civilian wanting to join, CWI hopes to hear from you soon. We welcome new Volunteers to help us “Serve Those Who Have Served”. Please contact us at


Check out this Article by The San Diego Union Tribune
Written by Jeanette Steele, Contact Reporter

Put down that painkiller, pick up a yoga mat: VA study finds yoga helps chronic back pain without pills

In the middle of a prescription painkiller overdose crisis in the United States, a San Diego VA study finds that veterans with chronic pain would be well-served to put down the pills and pick up a yoga mat.

After six months of twice-a-week yoga sessions, San Diego veterans reported a significant drop in back pain — one of the signature complaints …

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