I don’t know about you but I like the “mountain top” experiences that come with Holy Spirit activity. I shun those experience of being in the “valley” even though I have felt God’s presence most intently when I have been there. Most of life however is lived in the ordinary, “in between” time and I am grateful for that. The “in between” time gives us time to catch our breath, explore our faith through our yoga practice at a slower pace.
We are a network of Christians from all denominations who explore the connections between yoga philosophy and Christian theology—and the practices of both. We find that practicing yoga in the transformative light of Christ heals the divides in our lives.