Fully Alive Yoga
A FULLY ALIVE YOGA practice is an invitation to breathe, stretch, and pray. I like to think of it as more than just a work out, but a work in. Through the use of devotions, music, meditation, breath, and movement you will have the opportunity to create internal stillness and a space for the presence of The Divine.
Fully Alive Yoga is for everybody and for every body. No matter your level of yoga expertise, first time or seasoned, you are encouraged to honor your personal needs. Not a Christian? No problem. We hope you will feel welcomed and at peace here. It’s all good and it’s all amazingly holy. Join us as we BREATHE, STRETCH, and PRAY.
MY YOGA STORY
Fully Alive Yoga was born out of a desire to deepen my prayer life and to connect my prayer to movement. I had been teaching in the fitness industry for many years but was longing for a deeper connection – a way to unite my body and spirit. One day, for the first time since college, I landed on a yoga mat. Immediately I knew that a new journey was taking shape in front of me. I am grateful to have found Yahweh Yoga, a yoga school in Arizona with a Christ-centered approach to the ages-old practice of yoga. I chose FULLY ALIVE YOGA as the name of my studio based on John 10:10, where Jesus says that he came to bring us a big, full, abundant, juicy life! Well, not those exact words, but you get the idea.
As a couple, we find our yoga practice as a pleasure, health benefit, stress releaser, and a spiritual experience that we share together. The atmosphere of nature, music, and spiritual thoughts starts our weekend off on an amazing, low key, uplifting, happy, morning event!
We went for a private couples yoga session on the deck and it was heavenly. We want to do it again.
FullyAlive Yoga is a welcoming place to lay your burdens before Christ and give glory to Him through the physical, bodily practices of yoga. It is a place to renew your mind, body, and build your faith in Christ. For when we bring our weaknesses to Him, we are strong.
Our Monday night practice is held in Walsh Hall of St. Charles School, 4600 Ackerman Blvd.. Kettering 45429. Park behind the school and enter by the southern-most door under portico.
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