Yoga/Qigong

“Heal the sick who are there and tell them – the Kingdom of God has come near to you.” 

Luke 10:9

We all need healing in some capacity.  Yoga Ministry at Amazing Grace offers a Monday night exercise class designed to facilitate healing emotionally, physically, and spiritually as well as other specialized services.  

Yoga/Qigong Class (YoQi) - Please join us every Monday night from 7-7:45pm for this gentle mix of traditional yoga, energy medicine yoga and qigong designed to balance the mind, body, and spirit.  No mats, special props, or prior experience necessary. Open to all! Free Will Offering accepted with 100% given to support local mission projects. Leave feeling relaxed, restored, and invigorated. Class instructed by Ellen Crider, E-RYT-500

Other Healing Services Include:
  • House Blessings and Space Clearing
  • Angelic Healing
  • Palliative Comfort Sessions

All Energy Healing Services are tailored to accommodate the person, place, and situation. The Reverend Frank Waugh may accompany the practitioner (Ellen) if requested or necessary. Please email us to learn more if you are interested in any of these special healing services.

About Ellen:  Ellen Crider is a founding member of Amazing Grace Lutheran Church, current member of the church council and leads our Yoga Ministry.  She is a local healer with professional master licenses in Yoga, Yoga Therapy, Reiki, Qigong, Angelic Healing and Munay Ki Shamanism.

Click the video above for a sample class.

CONNECT:  A Course in Holistic Spirituality

Spirituality is the practical part of a life of prayer.  Prayer is a core value at Amazing Grace, considered  a fundamental part of  a well-rounded  living faith.  However, most people have a very limited concept and experience of prayer, associating it mainly with verbal activity toward God.  Since Lutherans have for generations been taught to be suspicious of loud, attention-drawing forms of public prayer and testimony considered by some to be a form of false spiritual showboating, the practice of prayer, even as a verbal activity, has gone underdeveloped within the Lutheran tradition.  Thankfully, within the current ecumenical age, Lutheran Christians and people everywhere are waking up to the significance of a well-developed life of prayer in the modern spiritual journey.

The word spirituality connotes the broadest sense of a life lived "praying continually.”  Reaching beyond the liturgical and verbal prayers prayed in community, the practices of spirituality ground the whole life of Christians in the holy foundations and directives prepared and offered in a daily living relationship with God.  These practices are teachable but require guidance and informed leading. The purpose of CONNECT is to invite people of faith onto the journey of companioned formation in practices of  spirituality that will aid in their growth in grace, granting them a deeper appreciation for the power of  faith in their lives.

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