A film by Oleksiy Ohurtsov
Examiner.com • by Beverly Mann June 22, 2015 Every Tuesday evening at 6:15 p.m. to 7:30 p.m., something wondrous occurs—yoga on the labyrinth. The Cathedral resonates with the sounds of om and live calming music, while hundreds of bodies perform sunrise salutations, stretches,
CBS/KPIX Features Yoga on the Labyrinth interviews with Bishop Marc Andrus & Darren Main
The Rev. Jude Harmon and Darren Main talk to journalist Frank Mallicoat on Bay Sunday about the Yoga for Change Benefit at Grace Cathedral. LEARN MORE
SFist offers this great review of Yoga on the Labyrinth. . . Tonight’s event might have you saying “You remind me of the babe! The babe with the power!” But this evening, the labyrinth we’re talking about isn’t full of
Countless people email asking about the awe-inspiring ribbons that hang from the ceiling of Grace Cathedral. I had the amazing opportunity to interview Anne Patterson—the world-renown artist behind this beautiful instillation. You are an artist in residence at Grace Cathedral.
Video by Yoga Journal & Wari OM Grace Cathedral Footage about 2:30 into the film.
Reprinted From World Crunch by ADNKRONOS, LA STAMPA (Italy), THE TELEGRAPH (UK) With a surprising twist of flexibility, a key Italian bishop and doctrinal expert has given his green light to integrating yoga and meditation into Roman Catholic spiritual practices. Monsignor Raffaello Martinelli, the
SF Bay Guardian • Karen Macklin This beautiful Episcopal cathedral is home to awe-inspiring architecture, stained glass windows of Biblical scenes, and the famous indoor Grace Cathedral labyrinth, the walking of which evokes sweet, honey-glazed mind states. You can cruise