15
April
5:00 pm — 6:00 pm

Free – $50
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Entering the Holy Week story through an embodied practice invites us to journey with Jesus in love and experience God’s promised presence. Pick your donation and register once to attend any or all of these amazing offerings. Here is the schedule. A more detailed class description is below.

Sunday April 10, 9 AM CT Palm Sunday ~ “A Peace Parade” with Lisa Banning Ender

Wednesday April 13 7 pm CT ~ “One Path a Journey of Love, Words of Life” with Allyson Huvall

Thursday April 14, 5 PM CT Holy Thursday ~ “Love Feast” Rev. Cindy Senarighi RN

Friday April 15, 5 PM CT Good Friday ~ “Woundedness” Rev. Dr. Amber Mattingly

Saturday April 16 9 AM ~ “Silence is Golden” Rev. Canon Kevin Flynn 

Sunday April 17, 7 AM CT Sunrise Easter ~ “Glow up” Rev. Cindy Senarighi RN

This is a donation based series, choose your ticket price and receive a “Yogadevotion ticket” with a Zoom link for all these Holy Week classes.

Sunday, April 10, 9 AM CT Palm Sunday ~ “A Peace Parade” with Lisa Banning Ender, Yogadevotion Business Manager, Instructor and Healing Touch Practitioner.
“It all began with a joyful journey to Jerusalem where Jesus would celebrate the passover. The peaceful parade, embraced by Jesus followers soon became a lonely path to Golgatha.

Wednesday, April 13 Allyson Huval One Path~ A Journey of Love, Words of Life
Allyson is a religious literacy advocate that believes the best way to understand cultural diversity is through learning one’s spirituality. After completing her yoga teacher training, Allyson delved into researching the spiritual aspects of yoga. She is the founder of Bethel Yogi, a blog focused on interfaith yoga from a Catholic perspective; the community organizer for The Catholic Yogis, a community and blog for Catholics who practice yoga; and the managing director of Christians Practicing Yoga. She is a registered yoga teacher, a registered children’s yoga teacher, and a certified aerial yoga teacher. Allyson received a bachelor of arts in both public relations and religious studies from Louisiana State University. She is attending Yale Divinity School specifically researching Christianity and Asian Religions.

Thursday April 14, 5 PM CT Holy Thursday ~ “Love Feast” Rev. Cindy Senarighi RN.
Our practice will begin with gentle movement, anointing of our feet and conclude with a virtual gathering around an open table for conversation, bread and wine…and maybe chocolate.

Friday April 15, 5 PM CT Good Friday ~ “Woundedness” Rev. Dr. Amber Mattingly
Amber Mattingly is passionate about teaching practices that invite people to see and hear themselves and each other. This passion comes from her Christian faith tradition that finds a sense of grounding in the Genesis story of Hagar who names God, the God who sees. This powerful story reminds Amber that no one is outside the boundary of God’s love. Amber is a graduate of Baylor University in 1999 and received a Master of Divinity degree from George W. Truett Theological Seminary in 2002. Recently, Amber completed her Doctor of Ministry degree at Claremont School of Theology. Her project, “From the Pew to the Mat: Seeing and Hearing the Outsider,” focused on creating sacred space for people from any or no religious tradition to share their stories of blessing and brokenness. From this research, Amber created Sacred Flow. Sacred Flow imagines a world where all people live a trauma informed, Robust (strong & healthy), and Resilient (Flexible & Persistent) life.
On Good Friday, you are invited to follow the path of Jesus by turning towards and embracing your own wounds as precious while transcending the present moment to find solidarity with the audible groans of your neighbor, the stranger, the challenging people in your life, and all of God’s creation.  Come experience a practice with a rhythm of readings, gentle flowing movements, and pauses for stillness.  Enjoy the freedom to play your own background music or soak in the silence while exploring the unique tune of your own breath.

Saturday April 16 9 AM CT ~ “Silence is Golden” Rev. Canon Kevin Flynn 
An ancient homily for Holy Saturday says, “What is happening today? Today there is a great silence over the earth, a great silence, and stillness, a great silence because the King sleeps….God slept in the flesh and raised up those who were sleeping from the ages. God has died in the flesh and the underworld has trembled.”
Our practice on Holy Saturday will focus on Christ’s descent among the dead, his complete identification with us in the absurdity and annihilation of death. Through supported restorative and breathing practices we will seek to release tension throughout the entire body. The energetic effect will be centering, soothing, and rejuvenating. Some props will be needed: a chair to support the body in several postures; blankets or a cushion for seated meditation and breathwork; any other props you may commonly use.
Kevin Flynn is a priest in the Anglican Church of Canada. He has practiced and taught yoga for many years. He currently serves two small churches in the beautiful Gatineau Hills of Western Quebec.

Sunday April 17, 7 AM CT Sunrise Easter ~ “Glow up” Rev. Cindy Senarighi RN.
Let’s greet Easter Morning by practicing with our breath and bodies the of joy of the risen lord and a few sun salutations.

Details

Date:
April 15
Time:
5:00 pm-6:00 pm
CDT
Cost:
Free – $50
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Organizer:
Lisa Ender
Email:
lisa@yogadevotion.com
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