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for a FREE WEEK +
Embody Love Yoga Challenge!

We believe that walking in wholeness looks like tending to the whole person—body, mind, heart, and soul. 


Learn a New Way to Pray

You love God, and you want to feel good in your body. But life is full, and time is short. Given the choice between spending time with Jesus or going to the gym, you always feel like you’re making a frustrating trade-off.

Perhaps spending time with Jesus feels more like a “should” than a genuine desire. You’ve been told it’s what God wants, but when you sit down to pray or read your Bible, overwhelm sets in.

Or perhaps going to the gym or a yoga class feels more like a “should” than a genuine desire. You’ve been told your body needs to look or move a certain way and that yoga will help. But what if you can’t touch your toes? What if you can’t keep up? What if the instructor uses words you don’t understand or chants in a different language? What if it doesn’t feel safe or good to be in your body?

We know what this feels like because we’ve been there too.

We’ve avoided time with Go, and we’ve avoided being in our bodies. We’ve felt the exhaustion of stress, shame, and sickness. We’ve tried scrolling our way into feeling better, but inevitably, we end up feeling more disconnected than when we started.

So we’ve given up trying to be perfect Christians or expert yogis and embraced Jesus’ invitation to come as we are.

We step onto our mats to surrender all the heaviness we’ve been carrying and draw near to The One Who Sees Us. We offer our yoga as prayer and exhale deeply into the freedom and joy of being seen, known, and loved just as we are.

Our bodies feel stronger and our spirits feel lighter.

This is an embodied faith experience.


Join The Yoga Abbey

for a FREE WEEK + Embody Love Yoga Challenge!

Join us for seven free days of Jesus-centered yoga, meditation, and connection. Click on one of the membership options below and you’ll be directed to complete your registration. After that you’ll receive full access to the Member’s Wing through January 31st. On February 1, 2024 your annual, lifetime or monthly membership starts. You may cancel at any time. During your free week (January 25 – 31, 2024), we’ll send you email messages to check-in and encourage you (make sure to check your spam folder). Enjoy!

Please note: free week is offered one time only to each individual.


$240 / yearly

  • Everything our monthly members get plus…
  • Two months free!


$24 / month

  • Access to hundreds of yoga & meditation classes
  • 4 new yoga classes every month
  • 2 new meditation classes every month
  • Invitation to our private Facebook group
  • Flexible membership, cancel anytime



  • Everything our monthly members get plus…
  • A FREE Abbey tank top or ‘A’ T-Shirt! (ship to US addresses only)
  • Pay once and never again!


Membership Features

One month in The Yoga Abbey costs less than most single yoga classes. All our members receive the following benefits each month.

4 New Yoga Videos

2 New Meditation Practices

2 New Playlists

1 New Devotional

Access to The Library

Private Facebook Group

Pilgrimage Guides

Access to Foundations of Yoga Series

About Us

The Yoga Abbey is a space for you to experience a low-cost, low-impact workout you can do from home that deeply nourishes your spirit as well as your body. We are a vibrant and diverse global community leaning into embodied spiritual practices to help us “be still and know” Immanuel, God With Us.

We release brand new content each month, all based around a single theme. This year our theme is Praying the Psalms and each month we’ll explore a different poem of praise and prayer.

Your body will be nourished each month with yoga practices that physically help you embody the healing of God. These 20-60 minute videos will increase your flexibility and strengthen your body while creating physical space for you to take a deep breath.

Your mind will be nourished each month with a thought-provoking devotional that seeks to offer more questions than answers—allowing you to embrace your own unique relationship with Jesus.

Your heart will be nourished with a guided meditation practice ranging from 5-15 minutes. Which means, even if you only have a few minutes to spare, you can still hit play and anchor yourself in the peace and presence of Love.

Your soul will be nourished with a guided Lectio Divina practice drawn from our monthly theme. Lectio Divina is an ancient practice of listening to a passage of Scripture and then holding space for silence. Rather than wrestling meaning out of the text, we listen and we rest in God’s spirit.

By approaching the practice from all these different angles, we draw meaning at a much deeper, more embodied level. Yoga becomes so much more than exercise and prayer becomes so much more than something you’re “supposed” to do. 

This is why we built The Yoga Abbey, to help you embody your faith and discover the joy of being loved just as you are.


I’m brand new to yoga, will I be in over my head?

Absolutely not! Included in The Yoga Abbey is Caroline’s Foundations of Yoga beginners series that breaks down the main yoga shapes, teaching you proper alignment and how to modify the poses for your body. This is a great place to start to learn the basics of yoga.

Once you feel familiar with the poses, our Slow Flow practices are the perfect next step. We release two new ones each month that are gentle, slow, and easily accessible for those just getting started on their yoga journey.

We also have a vibrant and welcoming Facebook group full of new and experienced yogis happy to jump in and answer any questions you might have along the way. And of course, The Yoga Abbey team is always here via chat or email to answer your questions or offer suggestions.

Are you affiliated with any denomination?

Our leadership team and teachers are active in a variety of different Christian faith communities and come from their own unique faith background. You might find that some teachers use language to talk about God in a way that’s really familiar to you or in a new way. Our monthly themes and all the classes we create are all drawn from Scripture and we strive to create a welcoming space for everyone to draw near to God and be transformed by the Holy Spirit.

What qualification are your teachers?

All of our yoga teachers are registered at the RYT-200 level or higher, with many of them having pursued additional training in different specialities. Many of our instructors have also trained as Spiritual Directors or have a background serving in vocational ministry.

Are your videos safe for pregnancy?

Yes! We have a handful of practices that are totally safe for pregnancy, no additional modifications required. We’ve also created a Prenatal Yoga 101 video that walks you through how you can modify all the videos in The Yoga Abbey to move safely and beneficially during pregnancy.

Can I watch the videos on my TV?

Yes! The Abbey doesn’t have it’s own streaming app but we’ve created a document that shares options for ways you can view our videos on your TV. You can chat with us using the icon in the bottom right hand corner of your screen or send an email to and we’ll help you out.

Do you offer a free trial?

We currently do not offer a trial plan. But our monthly memberships come with no long-term commitments, meaning you can cancel at any time.

Can I upgrade at anytime?

Sure can! You can upgrade your membership at any time directly from your account.

Can I cancel anytime?

Sure can! You can cancel your membership at any time directly from your account. You will continue to have access to The Yoga Abbey until the end of your billing period.


Meet Your Guides

We have more than 30 brilliant, thoughtful, and wise instructors contributing content in The Yoga Abbey. Here’s a few of them! 


You Belong Here

Walking in the peace and presence of God isn’t just for ministers or monks, super yogis or marathon meditators. There is a deeper experience of freedom and wholeness that only comes when we invite our physical bodies into our spiritual lives. Our bodies are not meant to be ignored but embraced and welcomed into fellowship with God, just as they are.