HOUSTON (PRWEB) October 09, 2017
Yoga has long been associated with the teachings of Hinduism and Buddhism, making many Christians cautious to explore this spiritual path. Reverend Gena Davis believes this distinctive philosophy is one that could actually aid Christians in their search for the divine and enhance their journey of getting to know Christianity. Reverend Davis helps readers find Jesus from the yoga mat in “YogaMass: Embodying Christ Consciousness.”
Davis is a certified Nosara Yoga Interdisciplinary teacher and an ordained Episcopal priest who co-created “YogaMass®,” a spiritual practice that blends yogic teachings with religious reverence. The worship expression merges breath work, meditation, Holy Communion and yoga.
“YogaMass: Embodying Christ Consciousness” is a resource tool that emphasizes the link between yogic principles and Christian theology, while also sharing Davis’s personal spiritual journey. By bridging the two spiritual teachings together, Davis encourages individuals to embrace a path of fulfillment for the whole self, integrating the mind, body, soul, and spirit.
“Yoga is often seen as a physical exercise in Western culture, but is it so much more than that,” Davis said. “In reality, yoga is a science that offers a spiritual path for seeking the divine that Christians and people of all faiths can embrace. YogaMass deepens the experience of being fully human and guides us to a palpable awareness of God’s presence within.”
About the author
Gena Davis is an author, yoga educator, Episcopal priest, and founder of YogaMass®. She leads YogaMass in various locations in partnership with the Institute for Spirituality and Health. Davis holds a Bachelor and Master’s degree of Business Administration and a Master of Divinity from the Seminary of the Southwest. She is a spiritual director, meditation facilitator, retreat leader, Certified Daring Way™ Facilitator, and a Benedictine Oblate with the World Community for Christian Meditation. Gena completed her first yoga teacher training at the Nosara Yoga Institute and is currently nearing completion of an additional 300-hour teacher training in the Pralaya Yoga System.
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