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THANK YOU FOR YOUR SERVICE

Verify your military status and receive an email with a discount code you can use to save 50% on all DDPY Workout DVDs or a DDP YOGA NOW app membership.

***Discount only eligible on ddpyoga.com and ddpyoganow.com (not iTunes or Google Play).***

I want to thank you for your service and dedication to this country. Here's my small way of showing appreciation. I've seen DDPY change the lives of many veterans and service members and I know it can help you too. 

We're committed to serving veterans and active duty members of the military!

Arthur's Transformation!

Witness the incredible story of Arthur Boorman, a disabled paratrooper who lost 140 lbs and regained the ability to walk (and run) by using the DDPY system. Watch his inspiring transformation and learn more about his journey.

Read Arthur's Story

Michelle O'Neil

US Air Force

When I was in the military, I had a mission to accomplish every single day. Then I got sick, wallowed around in self-pity for years and sort of gave up. Nowadays, my mission is to help people like myself get back on track

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Jerry Cameron

US Army

Oh, I'm going to walk, I'm going to be running, just like that. That's the ultimate goal. Since I've started this program, I've had dreams and visions every night that I'm walking, that I'm running...

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Rich Sargent

US Army

A couple of years had passed since I had been home and I began to have a host of problems related to deployment. As I began fighting against PTSD, Depression, and Anxiety my world started to darken.

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Buddy Rich

US Army

I had served in U.S. Army as a specialist in an engineering detachment from 2003 to 2008 and in the Army Reserves from 2008 to 2011. Afterward, I returned to school and worked for a delivery company.

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Charles lyon

US navy

Transitioning from active duty to civilian life was difficult until I discovered DDP’s documentary - Positively Living. As corny as it sounds, it was the impetus for my transformation. 

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dale stafford

us army

I am a retired military veteran with 21 yrs of service. I have many injuries from combat injuries resulting in 2 purple hearts, a bronze star and dozens of other medals and citations. I am 100% and fully retired.

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Jennifer Fenmore

US Army Reserves

I was in the Army reserves for a little over six years. While I was in the military they messed up both my knees and my right shoulder. I no longer have cartilage in my knees and my shoulder comes out of socket easily.

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Mike Isaacs

US Army

It was during my time in the army, back on 2001, that I was in the best shape of my life. I was 235lbs, but always thought I was fat. I was never as fit as many of my fellow soldiers.

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Chris Garbarino

US Marine Corps

I ended up getting an honorable discharge under medical conditions, but my life I worked so hard for was taken away from me in a blink of an eye. I went home, fell into a deep depression not knowing what I was going to do.

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Ben Miller

US Navy

I am a permanently disabled veteran with both physical and mental disabilities, primarily severe Panic Disorder with Agoraphobia, PTSD and Depression

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Roy Vix

US Army

My story begins in 2003 when I returned home to Chicago after 10 years of honorable service in the US Army Infantry. I had an extremely hard time adjusting to "normal" life.

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Steve Wright

us Navy

At the age of 19, I proudly served in the United States Navy. Sadly, my time in the Navy was cut short by a life changing injury on August 22, 1999. I left the Navy with an Honorable Discharge in July of 2000.

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Read some of the other incredible stories of how DDPY has changed lives.

Follow Jerry's Story Of Recovery On DDP YOGA NOW

Jerry Cameron is a disabled Army veteran who is working to walk again using DDPY Rebuild. Follow along with his story in the We Can Rebuild You series on the DDP YOGA NOW app and the DDP YOGA Facebook Page.

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