Tuesday Evenings 5:30-6:30 PM – Grace Unfolding

Come experience the mind-calming, body-affirming benefits of yoga with the life-giving breath of the Holy Spirit! Grace Unfolding is a unique, Christ-centered yoga class that weaves in prayer, Scripture and Christian music to help you tap into and deepen your connection to the Lord as you stretch and strengthen your body. It is practiced at a relaxed pace appropriate for all experience levels, and includes quiet reflection at the beginning and end of each class. Simply bring a mat and an open heart!

The suggested fee for Grace Unfolding is $10 per class, with 20% of the proceeds each month donated to mission projects in our local community. For information, please contact instructor Kathy at

Thursday Mornings – 9:15-10:15 AM – Traditional Hatha Yoga

Grab your mat and join our Thursday morning yoga class in the Southminster Chapel with Nancy Sieh (RYT 200). This gentle Hatha yoga class provides appropriate instruction for those new to yoga and ample opportunity for experienced yogis to build on their practice. You’ll work towards increasing range of motion, flexibility, strength, balance, self-awareness, appreciation for your own beautiful body, and tranquility. Classes begin with quiet centering breath meditation and a warm-up sequence linking breath and movement, then progress to standing and balance poses, restorative poses and a final relaxation with guided meditation. $10 per class. Make time for yourself this Thursday; you’ll feel relaxed, refreshed and more peaceful.

Teacher Bios:

Kathy Gudonis has been a lover of yoga since her first class years ago. She is a Registered Yoga Teacher (RYT200) with a passion for integrating one’s Christian faith with the many positive benefits of yoga … balance, calm, flexibility and strength. She believes yoga is great for people of all ages and abilities … and fun, too!

Nancy Sieh is a Registered Yoga Teacher (RYT) who has been practicing yoga for over 15 years and has been teaching since 2013. She also became a certified y4c (yoga 4 cancer) teacher in 2015. She uses descriptive cues, props and a fun and varied sequence, encouraging her students to explore how they feel in the poses and after stretching.