Sandra Till, President and Founder
Sandy Till began teaching incarcerated youth as a service project for her Forrest Yoga teaching certification in 2009. Over the past six years, Sandy has expanded the program to provide trauma-sensitive yoga classes to all units at San Francisco’s Juvenile Hall. She is passionate about providing youth in the justice system with yoga and mindfulness as an outlet for relief of stress and chronic pain. She recently oversaw the doubling of classes at the hall and introduced weekly classes at the Log Cabin Ranch facility in La Honda, CA. Sandy is a certified Forrest Yoga teacher and has adapted much of the Forrest practice for use with the youth in the hall. When she is not teaching, Sandy can be found working magic on her clients as a massage therapist, or taking her dog, Franklin, for long walks at Ocean Beach.
Orly Politi, Vice President
Orly Politi is a native to San Francisco. She is dedicated to working locally with like minded individuals on enhancing the livelihood of those around her -through healing. Her previous work in art therapy, with youth who have been incarcerated as well as in and out of the mental health system, has contributed to her desire to maintain a connection to her community. She enjoys sharing in creative forms of expression as well as wellness practices, such as yoga and nutrition; modalities which continue to be highly impactful on her own healing journey.
Treasurer, creator, wonder woman! (image to come)