Loyola University Chicago

Campus Ministry

Division of Student Development

Ignatian Yoga

 
 
Ignatian Yoga integrates the spirituality of St. Ignatius of Loyola and Yoga philosophy. Participants are invited to experience God’s presence through movement, prayer, and spiritual conversation.
 
Dates this semester:
 
 Thursday, October 17th &
Thursday, November 21st,
7:00 pm, McCormick Lounge
 
All levels of yoga experience welcome. Please bring a yoga mat or towel. Questions? Contact Katie Dorner kdorner@luc.edu
Ignatian Yoga at LUC is part of the Ignatian Yoga at Jesuit Schools pilot project. For more information about Ignatian Yoga, please click here

 

"Ignatian Spirituality fosters greater awareness of God in the world and how one is called to live. Rooted in St. Ignatius’ relationship with Jesus, Ignatian Spirituality inspires people to seek interior freedom in order to more fully respond to their unique call and the needs of the world. " 

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"Ignatian Yoga is committed to studying and teaching the integration of Ignatian spirituality and Yoga.

 

 Our programs are about creating and holding spaces to engage in practices that encourage us to enter into greater stillness and enable us to listen deeply to ourselves. And in that deep listening to our emotions and desires, our interior movements as St. Ignatius calls them, to encounter God and see how we are being called in our lives.  This personal experience is then enriched by insights about the spiritual journey from the Spiritual Exercises of St. Ignatius as well as Yoga philosophy."

 

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Please bring: 

  • Yoga Mat or Towel
  • Water Bottle 
  • Comfortable Clothing