With the cathedral closed to in-person gatherings, Grace has been unable to offer new classes to our beautiful community. Until now.
We are overjoyed to announce the debut of Online Yoga on the Labyrinth, a new video series of our heartfelt hatha yoga practice. We’re busy creating our new schedule, following the evolving health and safety requirements from the City of San Francisco, so follow us on Facebook for updates. It’s going to be 💜
December 1st, join us for Yoga for Change. In its eighth year, Yoga for change has transformed to be a virtual gathering for yogis to join together and enjoy a restorative asana practice while supporting a fantastic cause. Learn more about Yoga for Change.
The Rev. Jude Harmon welcomed the community, and Darren Main guided us through a gentle and restorative meditation and 30-minute asana practice from the labyrinth while Egeman Sanli filled the space with a magical soundscape of sitar and other mystical instruments.
We believe that a child’s early education experience sets the course for his or her future — building a positive self-image, critical social skills and a life-long curiosity and enthusiasm for learning. The program’s deliberate socio-economic diversity brings together children and families representing a wide range of experiences, perspectives and backgrounds for a unique learning experience that allows students to experience and learn respect for diverse cultures, perspectives and traditions.
The digital and creative Yoga Journal team shot this lovely mini-documentary featuring Jude Harmon, Darren Main (and of course, the cathedral,) sharing how yoga at Grace is a sanctuary for the spirit.
The Mini Doc can be found here.
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