YogaMass® is a unique worship experience that engages and integrates all of our dimensions: physical, psychological, and spiritual. It reconnects us, through sacred ritual and practices, to the divine presence among us, within us, and in the sacred meal that we share as we seek to be transformed into the likeness of Christ.
The word yoga, from the Sanskrit word yuj, means to yoke or join together, and is interpreted as “union.” The practice of yoga is an ancient practice of coming into union with the divine. Mass is one of the names for Holy Communion, Holy Eucharist, and the Lord’s Supper. Integrating yoga’s breathwork, body movements, music and meditation into the sacred meal liturgy offers a uniquely participative experience of mystical union with God in our bodies and our souls, personally and collectively.
Celebrant will be the Rev. Gena Davis, an ordained Episcopal priest, a certified yoga educator, and founder of YogaMass® and the author of the new book by the same title. The service will be followed by a book signing. Read about YogaMass: Embodying Christ Consciousness here.
Saturday, January 27 | 4:00 to 5:30pm | on the Labyrinth at the Hines Center
Members $10; non-members $20