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How Our Nonprofit Started!

A nation is only as strong as its people. Unfortunately, we’re facing ongoing challenges around the world that compromise our prosperity day after day. Our story began when our founder began teaching yoga internationally. She was instantly exposed to the incredible work opportunities she was being given compared to the minimum wage most locals work such long hours for.


That’s when it hit her. Why was she being hired, and not a country’s locals? Simple. Most countries lack the training opportunities needed to prepare residents for jobs. Seeing as our founder couldn’t find a solution, she made one - and it goes by the name of Blessed are the Flexible.

Our original mission was to provide high-quality vocational training to women worldwide, giving them the ability to take control of their lives. Throughout Central and South America, minimum wage ranges from a mere 60 cents to $3.87 an hour - with a 48-hour work-week in most countries. Massage/personal training in these regions typically costs between $35 and $60, sometimes even more. That’s 15–60 times more income! 

In 2018 and 2019, we ran several trainings in Granada, Nicaragua, and San Jose, Costa Rica. Due to COVID, we had to put a hold on everything! In 2021, our founder moved to El Salvador and has been assessing the best way to run our vocational training there and how we could truly benefit the community in the best ways possible.

She has found that no amount of Thai Yoga Massage training will really benefit the community in a way that will free them from poverty. The rural areas of El Salvador are where poverty hits hardest as there is a lack of tourism and high-paying job opportunities. In order to help these communities, we need to help them create a better quality of life through both housing projects and educational workshops that can help them thrive.

There is a way to build homes out of dirt and garbage that can provide low-cost homes. These homes are actually a better way of building and are earthquake-proof, flood-proof, bullet-proof, termite-proof, and mold-proof. They are naturally insulated and keep the house at a comfortable temperature day and night. After attending intensive training with Long Way Home in Guatemala, we are currently working on the foundation of our first eco-brick home as of August 17, 2023.


We are looking for land to buy that we would able to build several homes on to create a sustainable eco-community for the locals currently living in severe poverty. This project would also include setting them up with a home-based business that they could use to make revenue, barter, trade with, and sustain themselves at the same time. Goats, chickens, permaculture, and training will be provided to help set them up for success.


Never underestimate the power of training, equipping people with not only new knowledge, but a renewed sense of purpose and the ability to take better care of themselves and their families. Our educational opportunities have the potential to change lives; through green building, nutritional health, and financial wellness. All donations go straight to the cause.

The money we raise is used to offset the costs involved with offering training, buying land and animals, construction materials, containers for homemade water filters, rainwater collection systems, and labor. At times money will go towards: meals and water for volunteers helping with builds. 

We are so excited to start providing families with a home that is safe and comfortable to live in while making a positive impact on the environment as well. We know the ripple effect that this building method could have throughout El Salvador and are looking forward to seeing how it evolves.


We are truly inspired and hope we can inspire you too! We could really use help through volunteers, grant writing, corporate sponsorship, and donations to help make homes possible for even more people. If you have any questions or would like to contact us in an effort to help, we would love it! Feel free to email us at if you have any way you would like to help.

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