• TRIANGLE POSE

    A standing yoga pose that tones the legs, reduces stress, and increases stability.




    HOW TO DO THIS


    • Step your feet wide apart, about 4 to 5 feet.
    • Turn your right foot out 90 degrees and pivot your left foot slightly inwards
    • Lift through the arches of your feet, raise your arms to the side
    • On an exhalation, reach through your right hand in the same direction as your right foot is pointed.
    • Rest your right hand on your outer shin or ankle and turn your head to gaze at your right thumb.
    • Hold for up to one minute.
  • BRIDGE POSE

    A beginning back bend that helps to open the chest and stretch the thighs.




    HOW TO DO THIS


    • Lie on your back with your knees bent and feet on the floor.
    • Press your feet and arms firmly into the floor and draw your tailbone toward your pubic bone.
    • Roll your shoulders back and underneath your body while keeping your thighs and feet parallel.
    • Hold for up to one minute.
  • TREE POSE

    Tree Pose improves focus and concentration while calming your mind.




    HOW TO DO THIS


    • Begin standing in Mountain Pose and shift your weight to your left foot.
    • Rest your hands on your hips and lengthen your tailbone toward the floor.
    • Fix your gaze gently on one point and draw down through your left foot.
    • Inhale as you extend your arms overhead.
    • Hold for up to one minute.
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THREE PART BREATH

The “three parts” are the abdomen, diaphragm, and chest. During Three-Part Breath, you completely fill your lungs with air and exhale completely, reversing the flow.


Christian Yoga Philosophy

Yoga helps you live in symbiosis
with Christ

Yoga is the Sanskrit word for exercise, or discipline. It is most commonly associated with Hinduism and many Christians may wonder if they should practice yoga. Others may seek out yoga thinking that traditional Christian faith does not provide the benefits of Eastern disciplines. WHOLY FORMED Fitness Ministries has an answer to these concerns. In Christ are united East and West, body and soul, mental and emotional, heaven and earth.


When asked what is the greatest commandment Jesus appeared to quote the Old Testament. And sometimes he did. But he was once asked the same question by a Scribe (see Mark 12:28-34) and Jesus answered it differently. Read More...

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