“. . .Your body is the temple of the spirit.”
1 Corinthians 6:19
Although yoga was developed in ancient India, people of all faiths have found that this body-centered meditation is a great way to improve health, open the heart, and deepen your spirituality.
Join yoga teacher and author Darren Main on Tuesday evenings at 6:15 p.m. for this gentle and nurturing yoga practice. (Check our online calendar to be sure that an event in the cathedral doesn't require us to cancel yoga.) You don’t need to be flexible or have prior experience with yoga to benefit. In fact, people of all ages and abilities are welcome and invited to attend. All that is required is a desire to quiet the mind and balance the body. This is a donation-based yoga class. We encourage those who can to donate $10-$20. However, no one is ever turned away due to a lack of funds. For more information, click here to visit Darren's website dedicated to Yoga on the Labyrinth.
Please bring a yoga mat and any other yoga props you like to use if you have them. Dress in warm yet comfortable exercise clothes. The cathedral can be quite cool. If you have any serious injuries or medical concerns, please discuss practicing yoga with your doctor.
Check out this great article on Yoga on the Labyrinth from SF untapped.
The Oakland Tribune has produced a beautiful short video about Yoga on the Labyrinth by filmmaker Nick Moone.
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