The Globe and Mail has run a moving gallery of images taken of yoga classes in a Mexican prison. The images are of the Parinaama Prison Project, a program founded by Argentine yoga teacher Ann Moxey in 2003. The program specializes in yoga to reduce stress, violence and addiction among female and male inmates in four of the six juvenile centers in Mexico City. The inmates say they are much calmer and hopeful thanks to this innovative yoga program.
For more information on yoga outreach programs in prisons, see this Yoga Activist list of resources.