A Yoga practice of devotion to Jesus.
The Sanskrit word bhakti comes from the root bhaj, which means "to adore or worship God." Yeshu is the name for Jesus in Hindi. The purpose of Yoga is to “yoke” or to Yog in the sanskrit, which means to come together and to meet with the Divine. My path is that of the path of Christ and so the intention of my practice is to meet with Jesus through the scriptures, through prayer and through meditation on my mat.
The practice involves Kirtan (devotional songs in Hindi), Asana (based on Hatha/Vinyasa), intentions drawn from the sacred scriptures and meditation. It is a practice based on grace and alignment.
Whilst the practice benefits the body, the main intention is to check in with the heart and the mind and to make space for God to speak.
Whatever personal spiritual path you are on, you are welcome here. Our hope is that you experience a little of the beauty and hope found in Jesus.
225hr RHYI and 60hr Trauma Sensitive Yoga Instructor.
Currently Studying 500hrs MHYI (Completing July 2019)