The mission of Wholebeing Institute is to create learning communities worldwide in which dedicated practitioners learn—and then teach—the applied science of whole-person well-being, creating a positive contagion across networks for the good of all. To make sure that mission reaches those lacking financial resources, Wholebeing Institute has a scholarship process in place.
Scholarships typically cover 20–50% of tuition. Any associated costs are the responsibility of the recipient.
- Financial need based on low-income criteria as defined by the Department of Health and Human Services or other financial hardships
- Commitment to attending the course and participating in the requirements outlined on the course overview page.
- Willingness and ability to serve the work forward and give back to underserved communities after graduation—for example, donating 100 hours as a volunteer yoga teacher, volunteering at a local public school or other community organization in need over a specified time period
- Demonstrated past or current involvement with underserved communities and/or a genuine desire to volunteer time and expertise to support people in need