Yoga for Christians by Susan Bordenkircher
A Christ-Centered Approach to Physical and Spiritual Health through Yoga

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When God gave Susan Bordenkircher the vision for her yoga-based Christian ministry, Outstretched in Worship, she truly believed she was stepping into uncharted territory. And while God has used her ministry as a pioneer of sorts in this movement, she was amazed to see the level of interest and involvement that already existed. She quickly learned that there are approximately 15 million people in this country practicing yoga, and fully 50-60 percent of them say they come from a church background. In fact, many churches, Christian retreats, and denominational conventions are incorporating yoga as one creative approach to cultivating a quiet, receptive spirit and deep prayer life.

After producing several top-selling Christ-centered yoga instructional videos, Susan now brings her unique form of exercise, stretching, and prayerful praise to a market eager for yoga that is centered around Christ and not eastern forms of meditation.

 

About Susan Bordenkircher

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Susan Bordenkircher lives along the southern coast of Alabama, in Daphne.
 
Published April 11, 2006 by Thomas Nelson. 240 pages
Genres: Health, Fitness & Dieting, Religion & Spirituality. Non-fiction

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Laudably, there are different levels of yoga shown, which makes it easier for beginners to try yoga for the first time, and still lets the DVD be applicable for those in good shape who want to do “power yoga.” However, the DVD might have been stronger if it was divided into more “scenes,” which w...

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