Gentle yoga instructor
Lead a Friday morning 9 a.m. session of gentle or adapted yoga at the Adult Corrections Facility in Plymouth, Minnesota. Must be able to help a small fitness group with members at varying levels.
This medium-level facility is for women with sentences of one year or less.
As a yoga instructor, you will be responsible for providing high-quality, engaging yoga and fitness classes that are approachable. You must have a passion for fitness and a strong desire to share this excitement with students of all levels.
Our program is looking for yoga instructors who are passionate about helping students learn yoga and who love to lead students through exercises that help improve well-being. We are looking for yoga instructors who have Yoga teaching experience and can take students through cohesive yoga sequences, choose appropriate music, effectively correct form. Must have training/education/experience with yoga instructor credentials. Volunteer vetting steps include a fingerprint-based background check.
Preferred qualifications include one plus year of yoga teaching experience and being age 19 or older. The shift is Friday mornings from 9–10 a.m. with a commitment level of once per month, every other week or weekly.
Adult Corrections Facility – Women’s Section
1345 Shenandoah Lane North, Plymouth, MN 55447
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Native American sweat lodge and spirituality facilitator
You will assist the Adult Corrections Facility Chaplain in determining resident participation in Native American spirituality offerings; prepare for and conduct seasonal outdoor sweat lodge ceremonies and indoor spirituality sessions for ACF residents; escort resident fire keepers; manage the welfare of residents participating in outdoor ceremonies; extinguish the ceremonial fire; and properly store equipment. Volunteers in this role will work in partnership with ACF staff to maintain safety and security in outdoor settings.
Facilitators must be a part of the Native American community and have previous experience leading Native American spirituality functions for the community. Volunteer vetting steps include a finger-print based background check. Shifts available are Saturday or Sunday afternoons, one to two times a month.
Adult Corrections Facility
1145 Shenandoah Lane North, Plymouth, MN 55447
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Juvenile male mentor
Mentors for Success (MFS) seeks committed male volunteers who can be a positive role model and support their mentee in achieving academic success. Mentors meet with their mentees for a minimum of one to two hours a week for a period of one year. Mentors are also required to write monthly progress reports of their meetings with their mentee and must attend monthly group activities with MFS and other matches.
Male mentors must be at least 20 years of age and pass a background check. All applicants must have reliable transportation with a valid driver’s license and car insurance.
Meetings take place throughout the mentees community or locations the mentor chooses.
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