Psalm 63 1,4: 'God, you are my God and earnestly I seek you, So I will praise you as long as I live; at your name I will lift up my hands'
Holy Yoga - or any form of Christian Yoga - is not a religion. Rather, it is a physical practice of aligning the body combined with breath work and mindful intention of reliance on God. Holy Yoga was designed for and is dedicated to facilitating the experiential worship and celebration of God through movement and meditation to all believers in and seekers of Jesus Christ.
If you have ever considered the powerful and proven benefits of practicing yoga but have been apprehensive about the intent, Holy Yoga is an amazing opportunity to connect to and glorify God in your mind, body and soul.
Who is Holy Yoga for?
Hebrews 8:2 'There He ministers in the sacred tent, the true place of worship that was built by the Lord and not by human hands'
Holy Yoga is right for you if you are a Christian looking to combine the numerous and proven health benefits of a yoga practice with scriptural teachings and prayer.
This yoga experience is a time of worship, of praise, and of connection to Christ practiced to contemporary and motivational Christian music. It is an experience that teaches us to take time to love, nurture, accept, heal and grow ourselves in His word and in His spirit. All levels from beginners to advanced yoga practitioners are welcome.
Benefits of Holy Yoga
2 Corinthians 6:16 'We are the Temple of the Living God. Glorify God in your body'
o Improved muscle tone and flexibility
o Increased blood flow and circulation
o Strength building for joints, ligaments and tendons
o Maintaining healthy weight and assistance with Pain management
o Relieves anxiety and reduces stress
o Improves memory and concentration
o Alleviates symptoms of depression and helps balance mood swings
o Promotes happiness and sense of well-being
o Expressive prayer in a very intense yet intimate way
o Understand your intense connection to and reliance on God
o Connect with others and join in a unique Christian worship and fellowship