Lectio Divinia Open to the Public


This class is taught by:

Anna Zach

The first time I experienced yoga it was like finding a place called ‘home’. I was taken back to summers past of playing with my big sister at my grandma’s house among avocado and lime trees, summers of backbends, cartwheels, handstands and splits. I was taken back to the fun and joy of play. I said to husband that night, “I was made to practice yoga.” So my journey began. Through my practice, I have discovered joy, stillness, delight, depth, connection, laughter and am constantly learning to be at home in the present moment. As a teacher it is my honor to share the joy of yoga and journey with others into their moments of discovery. And, I love to laugh and play along the way!

When I’m not on the mat, I still love to laugh and play…with my sweet loving husband and son.

June 24 | 3-4:30PM
 
Come ponder Isaiah 40
 
come.
“Come unto me, all of you who are weary and over-burdened, and I will give you rest.” {Matthew 11:28}
Charles Spurgeon once shared, “...he {God} invites us in the sweetest tune of friendship, saying, “Come unto me.”...come now, do not wait; do not tarry; come now at once, immediately, just where you are, just as you are...”
So, step away, and come.
listen.
“My sheep recognize my voice and I know who they are.” {John 10:27} The art of lectio divina is a cultivating of the ability to listen deeply, to hear with the ears of our hearts. It is a journey of learning to listen for the still, small voice of God. Lectio divina is a reverential listening in a spirit of both silence and awe.
be.
“Be still and know that I am God.” {Psalm 46:10} In the practice of lectio, we allow God’s word to become His word for us, a word that touches us and affects us at our deepest levels. It is time to simply be...to rest in...to bask in His word to us.
 
Cost:  $15