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Los Angeles, California • December 6, 2019


Join YOL for a day of volunteering, connecting, and more at LA Mission in Los Angeles, CA on December 6, 2019.

Our impactful single-day YOL Showcase experience offers you and your colleagues an opportunity to shed stress, have fun, and give back to an incredible organization. Through YOL’s mindfulness-based service program, everyone will learn strategies they can take back to the workplace to increase motivation and enhance performance!

When we welcome you at Los Angeles Mission, a homelessness services provider, we’ll give you an immersive introduction to Mindful Service™, YOL’s approach to hands-on, socially responsible volunteer engagement, then dive right into a project. During this service experience, you’ll have a chance to practice new self-regulation and self-compassion skills, build team cohesion, and challenge yourself to engage in a new level of mindfulness in action.

We’ll break for a delicious, organic lunch and connect with LA Mission’s Sheila Moweta to learn more about the organization’s mission and impact in the community before engaging in a mind-body practice designed to support wellbeing. We’ll close the day with a seriously inspirational connection exercise designed to deepen trust, strengthen compassion, and fortify teamwork.

Our methods are tried and true. YOL participants consistently report that they feel more able to create positive change in themselves, in the world, and in the workplace. You’ll head home with a taste of this potential and a new set of strategies for staying responsive and refreshed—strategies that you can practice at home and with your team when you need to move from stressed to personal best.

Don’t miss this transformative experience! The $98 per-person cost includes lunch and a donation to Los Angeles Mission. Want to come with friends or coworkers? Register three of your people and the fourth person attends for free!


About Los Angeles Mission
Los Angeles Mission has been working to reduce the impact of homelessness on adults, youth, and families for over 80 years. Their services include emergency shelters, recovery assistance, therapy and counseling, and educational and employment training with the mission to provide help, hope, and opportunity to men, women, and children in need. Learn more at


Direct Service Project
Assist with meal preparation and serving in kitchen and help with holiday decorations and gifts


LA Mission, 202 East 5th St., Los Angeles, CA 90013


8:45 AM

9:00 AM
Welcome Circle

9:30 AM
Somatic Skills Practice

10:00 AM
Intro to Mindful Service

11:00 AM
Direct Service: Assist with meal preparation and serving in kitchen and help with holiday decorations and gifts kitchen

12:30 PM
Lunch and Conversation with LA Mission’s Sheila Moweta

1:30 PM
Direct Service: Laundry/clothing room

2:15 PM
Mind-Body Practice

2:45 PM
Connection Exercise

3:15 PM
Dynamic Discussion and Closing

3:45 PM


YOL delivers transformative experiences for professionals and teams that combine wellness and mindfulness-based service engagement as a foundation for leadership development. Drawing on evidence-based science, our programs are designed to elevate compassion, performance and productivity. Companies work with YOL to successfully accelerate the development of high potential talent, align diverse teams for success and prepare the next generation of women in leadership, among other use cases.  Learn more at



Jackie Richards, MA, Director of Service Engagement
YOL co-founder Jackie Richards leads program planning and service engagement. She is passionate about people and service and has worked with local and international communities for over a decade. She is also a Licensed Somatic Psychotherapist and yoga teacher.

Zanette Johnson, PhD, Director of Learning
Zanette is a facilitator, change leader, neuroscientist, and mindfulness practitioner who earned her PhD at Stanford in learning science and technology design. She helps companies and teams build adaptive expertise and use their intrinsic resources to solve unexpected problems gracefully and effectively.