The Mission

At HUMBLE WARRIOR COLLECTIVE, we use yoga, mindfulness, and self-inquiry to guide our students towards cultivating hope, overcoming obstacles, and achieving their dreams. We believe in the ritual of self-care and the power of self-regulation to empower our students to connect more with themselves and the world around them.


Measuring The Impact

Humble Warrior Collective and the Hope Research Center have partnered to measure the impact of HWC’s yoga, meditation, and mindfulness curriculum. Dr. Chan Hellman and Dr. Evie Muilenburg-Trevino developed surveys, which measure hope, self-compassion, the benefits of yoga, and Humble Warrior Collective curriculum concepts. 

Students enrolled in our 8-week courses are surveyed at the beginning and conclusion of our courses, tracking changes at the individual level. The data measures our effectiveness and improves our teachings of yoga, meditation, and mindfulness as tools that buffer stress, build resilience, and improve outcomes. 

We are excited to share the results of Humble Warrior’s impact in the communities we serve soon.

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To support this mission, we:

 
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Provide trauma informed yoga and mindfulness tools as a means of self-empowerment and self-transformation.

 
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Cultivate self-awareness, dignity, compassion, and empathy that give rise to positive personal and social choices.

 
 
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Engage in the ritual of self-care to enable connection on a personal level and instill a sense of self-love.

 
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Practice self-awareness to increase accountability that prioritizes grace and well being for all people.

 
 
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Use self-inquiry and reflection to cultivating hope and resiliency to overcome obstacles.

 

A Note About Trauma

Trauma is defined as “a disordered psychic or behavioral state resulting from severe mental or emotional stress or physical injury.” —Merriam Webster Dictionary

We now know that a traumatic event can leave psychological symptoms long after any physical injuries have healed. The psychological reaction to emotional trauma now has an established name: post-traumatic stress disorder, or PTSD. It usually occurs after an extremely stressful event, such as wartime combat, a natural disaster, or sexual or physical abuse; its symptoms include depression, anxiety, flashbacks, and recurring nightmares.” — Merriam Webster Dictionary

At Humble Warrior Collective, we are committed to helping our students discover their unique path to healing and supporting them on the journey.