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What is ‘holy yoga,’ and where can you try it?

What exactly is “holy yoga”?

You can find out in Columbus on Saturday, January 6, 2018 at The Holy Yoga Experience

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A yoga class at WellSpace in Dayton. CONTRIBUTED
Photo: Contributing Writer

According to holyyoga.net, the event will be held in 36 cities and “is a half-day event that includes a Holy Yoga Practice, the Word, worship, and community.” 

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The website includes a more-detailed definition on the practice of holy yoga, which reads:

“Holy Yoga embraces the essential elements of yoga: breath work, meditation and physical postures. In all of these elements, Christ is the focus of our intention and worship. There are other concepts and traditions that may be part of some yoga practices that are not typically a part of Holy Yoga, such as chanting “OM” or using chakra theory to explain the interplay of the physical and energetic dynamic in the human body.”

Tori Reynolds, owner of Speakeasy Yoga, is our Oct. 18 Daytonian of the Week. PHOTO / Carly Short Photography

The website has a “Find a Class” tool as well, which includes classes in Cincinnati. 

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