Photo Credit: Mountaintop Yoga Snowbasin Faith-based, Christ-focused yoga is coming back to Branson!!
Limited time series, 3 weeks at a time...
Faith Flow Vinyasa, 6pm at Tri-Lakes Christian Church
Dates for classes will be: Friday, February 21st
Friday, February 28th
Friday, March 6th
Go deeper into intimacy with God and with yourself. Feel better in your body. Take care of your temple. Breathe in LIFE, and Joy, and praising with our minds, our breath, our movement.
UPDATE DUE TO COVID-19 CRISIS:
Update for MAY 2022:
In-person Gentle Vinyasa Yoga classes are BACK at Community Presbyterian Church in Forsyth, MO for the month of May 2022! 3 choices to join: (You can click the hyperlinks below to view the options, but currently in the shopping cart they are showing up as "unavailable" mysteriously while we wait for IT help. Message me with interest directly, and I will take care of you!) $40 for either 4 Tuesdays or 4 Thursdays, (starting
All classes listed are "Faith Filled", "Faith Focused" or rather, pointing to Christ! Yahweh Yoga is the yoga school where I received my first nationally recognized certification way back when, and the style of yoga that is my specialty...feel free to check them out at www.YahwehYoga.com. Faith Flow (Vinyasa)- Beginner to Intermediate: All levels are welcome (yes, sweet beginner, that means you!), but participants must* be comfortable with moving from floor to standing and ba
(back to HOME) (SCROLL DOWN FOR IMPORTANT UPDATE IN RED, AFTER YOU READ THESE BEAUTIFUL DEETS...) Yahweh Yoga was the first Christ-focused yoga school recognized by the Yoga Alliance in 2005, and they have been setting the gold standard of excellence for faith-based yoga teacher trainings ever since. The Yahweh Yoga teacher training has been 5-star rated for all of those years, with triple digits of favorable reviews. The hard work that has gone into this curriculum has earn
Christian Yoga: is it ok, or not? I get this question a LOT. Or, I have folks asking me for insight about it. *Recently, another friend asked me to watch a video she had just seen on a news program, about an article written against yoga as Christians, and I thought: “why have I not shared this in a public post, rather than just one-by-one incidences?” This is taken from that latest interaction*… (*Note: this post falls under the "From the Archives" category, meaning it is a s
I have been asked this many times: "can I lose weight doing yoga?"
Short answer is yes. Absolutely. In fact, I lost about 6 lbs in a month or so when I first started way back in the early 2000's...and for someone who is only 5'1.5", that is LOT! Like, A. LOT. A LOT ALOT A LOT. (see p.s. at the bottom...)
But guess what...there are things you need to consider. 1-How a yoga practice can help you "lay aside the weight" (Hebrews 12:1) 2-Consistency/Frequency of Practice 3-Type
It's just one of those things that needs to be shared every now and again. I mean, you don't know unless someone shares with you, right? I certainly didn't when I started my yoga practice. Once in awhile, it deserves a re-share.
Here is a list of things that I find important to practice in your public yoga practice:
1. Be on time, which really means, be 5 to 10 minutes early. This gives you time to be settled and quiet, ready to focus, as well as helping you not to disturb
“Yoga Teacher, what Yoga video do you recommend?” I hear this a lot. (less formally, of course) and I love that people trust me to tell them what I might suggest. I usually start off by asking if they have ever done any yoga, and if so, what kind? What are their goals? What are they hoping for in “doing” a yoga video? This will by no means be an all-inclusive list of what is in my personal library or of what else I might recommend that I have tried, but might have slipped my
Resources for Yogis--some of them I had not even heard of before! Check out this Guest Post from Faith of ehealthinformer.com: There is no bad time to begin your yoga journey. Stop telling yourself, “I can’t do yoga.” All yogis started at square one at some point in their lives.So, if you are just starting out on your yoga journey, firstly, welcome!
Second, we want to share some useful tools to ensure you are making the most of your new yoga practice. Here are suggestions o