At Abundant Yoga, we strive to live generously and encourage our community to find ways to express generosity in life.  We see that our generosity is simply patterned after the lavish giving God showed the world in giving His Son to save us all.  “Thanks be to God for His indescribable gift!” (2 Corinthians 9:15)

The practice of yoga led by prayer and The Holy Spirit has the power to change a life. The magic unfolds for a yoga student when they experience the abundance of the practice: yoga instruction, worship, God’s Word, discipleship, community, and fellowship.  Inspired to share what Jesus speaks of in John 10:10, I am come that they might have life, and that they might have it more abundantly"Abundant Yoga is excited to launch the Abundant Giving Program.

The Abundant Giving Program has no ending. Each month, Abundant Yoga will gift a month of unlimited yoga to a new "yogi" who has never attended our studio before. Over the course of the month, that student will have the opportunity to explore our schedule, roll out their mat, and discover what’s possible for them through the yoking of the Message and movement.

To keep our abundant yoga gift flowing, we need your help! Here's how it works: Nominate a friend, family member, acquaintance, or even a stranger who could benefit from yoga by filling out the nominee application below. Then, at the beginning of each month, Abundant Yoga will select a new student. Any remaining nominations will carry forward with abundant possibility!

The process is that simple...bless as you have been blessed.  Only when we are overwhelmed by the goodness of God can we overflow with the goodness of God to another.  If you have been blessed by the experience of Abundant Yoga, tell us who you would choose and provide the why.  Your words have the capacity to change a life, and we are offering unlimited opportunities.


“Give, and it will be given to you. A good measure, pressed down, shaken together and running over, will be poured into your lap.
For with the measure you use, it will be measured to you."
(Luke 6:38)