I teach Holy Yoga, a form of yoga that offers participants an opportunity to connect with God through scripture, music, worship and community.
***Holy Yoga is meeting for 15-minute mini-sessions via Zoom
Thursday evenings through the end of June.***
Recordings are available on my YouTube channel.
Class meditations are also available online.
Welcome to Holy Yoga at CPC!
Holy Yoga is a form of experiential worship that offers participants an opportunity to connect with God through scripture, music, worship and wellness.
If you would like to join us for upcoming holy yoga classes, we will be meeting via Zoom on Thursdays, beginning at 5:30 p.m. — thanks to the generosity of Columbia Presbyterian. Please contact me for the Zoom login information.
Our Zoom session opens at 5:30 p.m. for you to start getting connected and settling in. Then, around 5:45 we will begin our devotional and yoga class. After wrapping up, we’ll have a little time to debrief/visit.
Click here to read about how to join a Zoom meeting. You will probably want to download the app ahead of time, whether on your computer/laptop, tablet or smartphone. Also, it will be helpful to find a way to prop up your smartphone or tablet for viewing while doing yoga.
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Take good care.
More about Holy Yoga @ CPC:
In Holy Yoga, we often say, “It isn’t about the yoga.” What we mean is, the goal is not to get really great at yoga (although that sometimes happens too) but to use yoga as a spiritual practice, like prayer, fasting or meditation.
At CPC, Holy Yoga is a “missional experiment” that I am leading with help from Nancy Anderson. Our goal is to give people a space where they can slow down, loosen up their bodies and listen to what God might be saying in their lives.
Classes feature gentle movement and meditation, for men and women.
The details (for in-person yoga)
*** We look forward to meeting again in person once the coronavirus situation has settled down. ***
Suggested donation is $5-10 per session.
Childcare is available by reservation — please contact Terry Hurley in the church office by Wednesday each week.
What to bring
- exercise readiness questionnaire (if it has been more than a year since you’ve filled one out)
- new student information form (if it has been more than a year since you’ve filled one out)
- a yoga mat, if possible (I do have a few to loan.)
- a water bottle
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More about Holy Yoga
Other local Holy Yoga classes are on hold, due to the coronavirus situation.
NEW! A basic yoga postures booklet is available here.
Information about Holy Yoga Global is available here.