Community & Missions

In Our Community

We love to connect to our community in the NW Chicago suburbs! From libraries, girl scouts groups, farmers markets, health fairs and more, we believe that we as a community can make life better for our future generations toether.

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Around the World

….serve, connect, grow:

During the summer of 2013, Dana and her husband Ron journeyed to Kenya as part of Team Next Generation Yoga for Africa Yoga Project. Their experience as AYP Ambassadors was life changing and beyond words. The beautiful smiles, the amazing sense of community, the gratitude for what little the people in the informal settlements had! They then returned during the summer of 2014 with their family (including their three children-ages 10, 7, and 5 at the time) to learn, serve, connect, and love together. They hosted the Family Seva Safari with Africa Yoga Project that summer, serving at Flying Kites orphanage along with 5 other families from North America. During both of these trips, Dana brought the fun and benefits of Kids’ Yoga to the communities and Ron opened small, temporary chiropractic clinics bringing health and connection to both children and adults there.

Dana and Ron think it is so important for children and families to get a chance to serve together….to step out of their comfort zone and CONNECT with those in other cultures, with different needs–REAL needs.

This year the Robinson Family will be venturing out together again over Thanksgiving 2016 on a Vieja de la Esperanza (journey of hope). They will be flying to Juluchuca, Mexico to serve, learn, and love together once again. They have paired up with the amazing staff of Playa Viva to bring hope to this small village and the families there.

To donate to their service trip—helping to bring the fun and connection of Kids’ Yoga and Family Chiropractic, as well as helping to provide for the cleaning and building projects they will be doing, and a donation of books for the local library—please click here: