Date(s) - 12/02/2021
About this Event
Yoga and Prayer Looks to the Light: Finding Sacred Ground in Fractured Times
Join us in the Epiphany season for a return to the light. We will gather weekly (via Zoom) to center ourselves with simple yoga and prayer.
Within a framework drawn from the Episcopal Book of Common Prayer, we explore ancient ‘Wisdom’ writings and contemporary poetry that resonate in today’s world. Yoga sequences take us more deeply into a weekly theme tied to current events and Epiphany season miracles.
The class is led from candlelit St. Thomas Parish, DuPont Circle. All students, regardless of experience or ability, are welcome to share in the movements of the body and spirit. Roll out your mats and sign onto Yoga and Prayer online.
Note: No class on Friday, January 29. Participants are invited to attend “Race and Reckoning: An Invitation to Reparation,” an address by the Rt. Rev. Eugene Sutton, Bishop of Maryland. Register here.
About the Instructor
The Rev. Diana V. Gustafson has led innovative yoga and prayer at a number of churches in the Diocese of Washington. She is a Registered Yoga Teacher (500 -hour certificate) who trained at several studios in the Washington area. She received her M.Div. from Virginia Theological Seminary and serves as Adjunct Priest at St. Margaret’s Episcopal Chuch, DC.
This event is hosted by the Episcopal Diocese of Washington and St. Thomas’ on DuPont Circle.
A Zoom link will be emailed in advance of the start of each class.