Thursday, May 11, 2006

Christian "Yoga"

I have a very good friend who has begun a great new concept in the world of exercise. I will keep my comments short but encourage you to check out the website link in the title of this post. Laura Monica is becoming huge on the scene of the exercise/yoga world with her approach and easy repeatable style. Please check out her site and take a class, you won't regret it.

Not to mention yours truly gets to teach the theory/anatomy part of the course and co-author which should be really fun :)


At 2:23 PM, Anonymous vj said...

Sounds great! I actually looked at this before. May just try this once school is out and I have some time again.

At 3:51 PM, Anonymous Angel said...

this is a wonderful super great thing...
I want to attend a class right now!

At 6:59 PM, Anonymous Anonymous said...

Good for you Steve! It sounds like a lot of fun. I am glad to see the Community is hearing more and more about you. Good job!

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At 11:51 PM, Blogger Swami Jnaneshvara Bharati (Swamiji, Swami J) said...

Would one say that people drinking wine are necessarily practicing the Christian rite of communion? Would one say that people eating bread with a meal are practicing the Christian rite of communion? Of course not.

If one does physical postures outside of its context as a 100% spiritual practice, you cannot call it Yoga, any more than you can call merely drinking wine and eating bread Christian communion.

Here is a brief video entitled
"Can a Christian Practice Yoga?"


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