The Institute for Spirituality and Health
Exploring the connections between spirituality and health.

Yoga Mass

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Description

YogaMass® is a unique worship experience engaging and integrating 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. 

Yoga is a science of human experience that through practice and self-inquiry, leads to an inner knowing or consciousness within.  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.  It is the sacred meal shared in the presence and remembrance of Jesus Christ to mystically become one with him.

Integrating yoga’s breathwork, body movements, 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. 
 
Join us and experience what Jesus promises, “behold, the kingdom of God is within you.” (Luke 17:21, KJV)

Dates, locations and times

First Saturday of every month at Institute for Spirituality and Health
Second Saturday of every month at St. Andrews
*Starts at 5:00 PM

January 12th - St. Andrews
February 2nd - Institute for Spirituality and Health
February 16th - St. Andrews
March 2nd - Institute for Spirituality and Health
March 16th - St. Andrews
April 6th - Institute for Spirituality and Health
April 20th - St. Andrews

*YogaMass lasts between 1-1.5 hours

Location Addresses

St. Andrew's Episcopal Church                Institute for Spirituality & Health
1819 Heights Blvd.                                          8100 Greenbriar Dr. Ste 300
Houston, TX 77008                                        Houston, TX 77054

Christ Church Cathedral                            Council on Recovery
1117 Texas Ave.                                               303 Jackson Hill Street
Houston, TX 77002                                         Houston, TX 77007