Yoga Studies at LMU Center for Religion and Spirituality

Yoga Studies at LMU Center for Religion and Spirituality

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Wishing you and yours a blessed Triduum and Happy Easter! Our offices will close today at 2 p.m. and reopen Monday at 8 a.m.
TODAY IS THE DAY! Join us in supporting the important mission and work of the Center. Donate today: https://dayofgiving.lmu.edu/giving.../47976/department/55543
#OneLMUDrive is on March 16th! We are grateful for our community and hope each of you will join us to support this important day. Learn more about how you can get involved at dayofgiving.lmu.edu
Happy Thanksgiving! Our offices will be closed November 24 (at 2 p.m.) through the weekend for the holiday.
#ClassOfTheWeek | Introduction to Meditation

Ideal for Yoga instructors and wellness providers, this course explores meditation as a stress-reduction tool. Students will learn what meditation is, numerous meditation techniques, and how a sustained practice of meditation can reduce stress, benefit human physiology, and contribute to long-term wellness.

This 10-hour online course begins October 4: https://registration.xenegrade.com/lmucrs/courseDisplay.cfm?schID=7181
From the #LMU bluff, the #summer sun begins to set. Wishing you and yours a safe and joyful Labor Day weekend. Our offices will reopen Tuesday.
Save the Date! The annual Yoga Day at #LMU is October 2, 2021.
#WednesdayWisdom
The LMU Bellarmine College of Liberal Arts has announced the theme and title of the 2021-2022 Bellarmine Forum: "Climate Change, Justice, and Health".

Climate change is one of the most pressing problems we face today. Given the profound impacts of climate change on social and economic systems as well as on human and ecosystem health, this year’s Bellarmine forum will draw on insights from across disciplines to explore Climate Change, Justice, and Health in both local and global contexts.
#ClassOfTheWeek | Ayurveda Self Care I

Ayurveda offers a well-developed and comprehensive philosophical construct that defines the fundamental energetic nature of humans and our interaction with our environment. This course covers the relevant basics of Ayurveda related to the systems of the body, lifestyle practices, the subtle energetic body, deeper and psychospiritual applications, and explorations of further study.

This 50-hour online course begins September 8: https://registration.xenegrade.com/lmucrs/courseDisplay.cfm?schID=7150
Inspiring story from LA YOGA Magazine:

The Yoga Studies program at the LMU Center for Religion and Spirituality is open to students of yoga, instructors needing professional development, or those looking for something new.

Operating as usual

04/14/2022

Wishing you and yours a blessed Triduum and Happy Easter! Our offices will close today at 2 p.m. and reopen Monday at 8 a.m.

“I give you a new commandment, that you love one another. Just as I have loved you, you also should love one another.” John 13:34

This verse proclaimed at the reading of the Gospel at this evening’s Mass of the Lord’s Supper captures the spirit of the season that is upon us. For many, this holiday weekend will be the first time we have gathered in person for the Pascal Triduum since the start of the pandemic. Undoubtably there will be some whom we once knew missing from the pews. Others may be present, but worn down by grief and hardship. So as we come together in the days ahead, days of prayer that offer opportunity for reflection and renewal, let us recall Jesus’ simplest and most significant teaching – to love one another – authentically and without distinction.

As we look forward to the miracle of the resurrection, may the love of the living God be with you and yours. All of us at the LMU Center for Religion and Spirituality wish you a blessed Triduum and Happy Easter!

03/16/2022

TODAY IS THE DAY! Join us in supporting the important mission and work of the Center. Donate today: https://dayofgiving.lmu.edu/giving.../47976/department/55543

03/03/2022

#OneLMUDrive is on March 16th! We are grateful for our community and hope each of you will join us to support this important day. Learn more about how you can get involved at dayofgiving.lmu.edu

11/24/2021

Happy Thanksgiving! Our offices will be closed November 24 (at 2 p.m.) through the weekend for the holiday.

09/24/2021

A picture-perfect #LionPrideFriday painting.

🎨🖌️: Alexa Garcia ’12
“Palm Tree View” | Acrylic and mixed media on canvas

09/17/2021

#ClassOfTheWeek | Introduction to Meditation

Ideal for Yoga instructors and wellness providers, this course explores meditation as a stress-reduction tool. Students will learn what meditation is, numerous meditation techniques, and how a sustained practice of meditation can reduce stress, benefit human physiology, and contribute to long-term wellness.

This 10-hour online course begins October 4: https://registration.xenegrade.com/lmucrs/courseDisplay.cfm?schID=7181

From the #LMU bluff, the #summer sun begins to set. Wishing you and yours a safe and joyful Labor Day weekend. Our offices will reopen Tuesday.
 
#LMULifeLongLearner #LaborDay #LionPrideFriday 09/03/2021

From the #LMU bluff, the #summer sun begins to set. Wishing you and yours a safe and joyful Labor Day weekend. Our offices will reopen Tuesday.

#LMULifeLongLearner #LaborDay #LionPrideFriday

From the #LMU bluff, the #summer sun begins to set. Wishing you and yours a safe and joyful Labor Day weekend. Our offices will reopen Tuesday.

From the #LMU bluff, the #summer sun begins to set. Wishing you and yours a safe and joyful Labor Day weekend. Our offices will reopen Tuesday. #LMULifeLongLearner #LaborDay #LionPrideFriday

Yoga Day - Loyola Marymount University 09/02/2021

Yoga Day - Loyola Marymount University

Save the Date! The annual Yoga Day at #LMU is October 2, 2021.

Yoga Day - Loyola Marymount University KEYNOTE DESCRIPTIONIn this talk, I address the pragmatic issues of social activism, engagement, diversity, and appropriation within Yogic spiritual circles and American society as an outcome of a longer historical process of Western imperialism that continues in many quarters today, including the ac...

#WednesdayWisdom from philosopher and environmentalist Vandana Shiva. Learn more by discovering her work at the @lmulibrary. #LMULifeLongLearner 09/01/2021

#WednesdayWisdom from philosopher and environmentalist Vandana Shiva. Learn more by discovering her work at the @lmulibrary. #LMULifeLongLearner

#WednesdayWisdom

#WednesdayWisdom from philosopher and environmentalist Vandana Shiva. Learn more by discovering her work at the @lmulibrary. #LMULifeLongLearner

Bellarmine Forum - Loyola Marymount University 09/01/2021

Bellarmine Forum - Loyola Marymount University

The LMU Bellarmine College of Liberal Arts has announced the theme and title of the 2021-2022 Bellarmine Forum: "Climate Change, Justice, and Health".

Climate change is one of the most pressing problems we face today. Given the profound impacts of climate change on social and economic systems as well as on human and ecosystem health, this year’s Bellarmine forum will draw on insights from across disciplines to explore Climate Change, Justice, and Health in both local and global contexts.

Bellarmine Forum - Loyola Marymount University Climate change is one of the most pressing problems we face today. Rising sea levels, massive wildfires, and changing weather patterns are responsible for disrupting ecosystems, species loss, hunger, displacement, and economic devastation. According to the World Health Organization, climate change i...

09/01/2021

#ClassOfTheWeek | Ayurveda Self Care I

Ayurveda offers a well-developed and comprehensive philosophical construct that defines the fundamental energetic nature of humans and our interaction with our environment. This course covers the relevant basics of Ayurveda related to the systems of the body, lifestyle practices, the subtle energetic body, deeper and psychospiritual applications, and explorations of further study.

This 50-hour online course begins September 8: https://registration.xenegrade.com/lmucrs/courseDisplay.cfm?schID=7150

Into Me I See: A Journey to Self-Discovery 08/30/2021

Into Me I See: A Journey to Self-Discovery

Inspiring story from LA YOGA Magazine:

Into Me I See: A Journey to Self-Discovery Keith Mitchell Photo by Amir Magal Where A Journey to Self-Discovery Begins: Finding the Breath My journey to self-discovery started in my 7th year playing in the National Football League as a Linebacker for the Jacksonville Jaguars. It was the second game

How Houseplants can Elevate Mindfulness and Yoga Practice 08/27/2021

How Houseplants can Elevate Mindfulness and Yoga Practice

Caring for a plant (or many) has allowed lots of people a taste of nature during stay-at-home orders, when public natural places may have restrictions in place. As the world starts to open back up, the same plants that comforted us during the pandemic can be a useful tool for re-navigating the stresses of everyday life.

How Houseplants can Elevate Mindfulness and Yoga Practice Benefits of Houseplants at Home and with Yoga Practice Many people, myself included, are drawn to plants. Research shows that nature has restorative properties for the human psyche. The good news is you don’t need to look any further than the

#WednesdayWisdom from Jesuit scientist and mystic Pierre Teilhard de Chardin. Learn more by discovering his work at the @lmulibrary. #LMULifeLongLearner 08/25/2021

#WednesdayWisdom from Jesuit scientist and mystic Pierre Teilhard de Chardin. Learn more by discovering his work at the @lmulibrary. #LMULifeLongLearner

#WednesdayWisdom

#WednesdayWisdom from Jesuit scientist and mystic Pierre Teilhard de Chardin. Learn more by discovering his work at the @lmulibrary. #LMULifeLongLearner

Yoga Studies at LMU Center for Religion and Spirituality added a button to help you learn more about them. 08/25/2021

Yoga Studies at LMU Center for Religion and Spirituality added a button to help you learn more about them.

Yoga Studies at LMU Center for Religion and Spirituality added a button to help you learn more about them.

08/24/2021

#ClassOfTheWeek | Mindful Writing as Yoga Practice

The practice of creative writing can be a practice of meditation, an embodied entry into the here-and-now. Instructor Sarah Herrington will lead an exploration of techniques for incorporating writing into your Yoga practice, or as a Yoga/meditation practice on its own.

This 10-hour online course begins September 2: https://registration.xenegrade.com/lmucrs/courseDisplay.cfm?schID=7167

#MondayMugshots is back and, oh, how we missed it. #Fall term begins one week from today! So pour yourself a cup of #coffee or #tea, open our catalog, and join us online or on campus for another semester of learning! #LMULifeLongLearner 08/24/2021

#MondayMugshots is back and, oh, how we missed it. #Fall term begins one week from today! So pour yourself a cup of #coffee or #tea, open our catalog, and join us online or on campus for another semester of learning! #LMULifeLongLearner

#MondayMugshots on Instagram is back and, oh, how we missed it. Fall term begins one week from today! So pour yourself a cup of coffee or tea, open our catalog, and join us online or on campus for another semester of learning! #LMULifeLongLearner

#MondayMugshots is back and, oh, how we missed it. #Fall term begins one week from today! So pour yourself a cup of #coffee or #tea, open our catalog, and join us online or on campus for another semester of learning! #LMULifeLongLearner

05/26/2021

Yoga in Our Time: Swami Omkarananda

05/12/2021

Yoga in Our Time: Mark Lilly

Racism, Sexism, and the Harmful “Model Minority” Stereotype Against Asian Americans - LMU This Week 05/11/2021

Racism, Sexism, and the Harmful “Model Minority” Stereotype Against Asian Americans - LMU This Week

Professor Stella Oh writes: “The deceptive cloak of the model minority myth has made racist acts against Asian Americans invisible…. We need to speak out and call out injustices when we see them because caring for others is a form of political praxis.”

Racism, Sexism, and the Harmful “Model Minority” Stereotype Against Asian Americans - LMU This Week Photo Credit: A piece by artist Amanda Phingbodhipakkiya in the NYC I Still Believe in Our City art series. 2020 By Stella Oh, Ph.D., Professor of Women’s

Photos from Loyola Marymount University's post 05/05/2021

Learn more about the LMU Vaccination Center, open to all LMU faculty, staff and students: lmu.edu/vaccine

05/05/2021

Yoga in Our Time: Sharon Suh

05/05/2021

Congratulations, LMU's Master of Arts in Yoga Studies class of 2021! We look forward to seeing what you accomplish in the years to come.

#LMU21 Lions and families: following your degree conferral ceremony this weekend, join your dean, faculty and classmates at a live Zoom reception for your college. Register for yours:

🎓 Undergrad events: bit.ly/LMU21_Undergraduate
🎓 Graduate events: bit.ly/LMU21_Graduate

04/23/2021

Yoga in Our Time: Judith Carlisle

04/22/2021

Yoga in Our Time: Matthew Remski

04/20/2021

Following today’s verdict out of Minneapolis, President Timothy Law Snyder shares a message with the LMU community: bit.ly/LMU_TLS

Hannon Library Wins ACRL Excellence in Academic Libraries Award - LMU Library News 04/19/2021

Hannon Library Wins ACRL Excellence in Academic Libraries Award - LMU Library News

Congratulations to our colleagues at William H. Hannon Library!

Hannon Library Wins ACRL Excellence in Academic Libraries Award - LMU Library News The William H. Hannon Library at Loyola Marymount University is the receipient of the 2021 ACRL Excellence in Academic Libraries Award.

04/13/2021

Ramadan Mubarak to all of our Lions observing the month of Ramadan!🌙 #Ramadan #RamadanatLMU #LMUTogether

Kienan Taweil, Program Coordinator for Muslim Student Life, shares a special Ramadan message with the LMU community: bit.ly/LMU_Ramadan

Honoring the Life of César Estrada Chávez - LMU This Week 03/31/2021

Honoring the Life of César Estrada Chávez - LMU This Week

Honoring the Life of César Estrada Chávez - LMU This Week Dusty sandaled feet, Darkened faces seared by sun, Hands scarred by thorns, Wounds and overuse; The arrow of death flung Stilled César’s soul today,

03/30/2021

LMU is proud to serve as a COVID-19 vaccination center, which is now open to all faculty and staff, in accordance with L.A. County health guidelines. Learn more: lmu.edu/vaccine

#ProtectThePride

Namaste In Nature: Benefits of Time Outdoors 03/30/2021

Namaste In Nature: Benefits of Time Outdoors

Namaste In Nature: Benefits of Time Outdoors Photo by Natiya Guin Connecting to Health through Time Outdoors In many ways, getting out of the studio and into nature during the Covid-19 pandemic have unintentionally deepened our yoga practice, our connections to each other, and our connections to the earth. As a

Screening and Discussion with Film Director: "ALTERNATIVE FACTS: The Lies of Executive Order 9066" 03/24/2021

Screening and Discussion with Film Director: "ALTERNATIVE FACTS: The Lies of Executive Order 9066"

Screening and Discussion with Film Director: "ALTERNATIVE FACTS: The Lies of Executive Order 9066" The Center for Asian Business, Asian Pacific Student Services, and the Nikkei Student Union present a screening of the documentary, "ALTERNATIVE FACTS: The Lies of Executive Order 9066" followed by a discussion with the director, Jon Osaki. This film sheds light on the people and politics that influ...

LMU Turns Off the Lights for Earth Hour - LMU This Week 03/23/2021

LMU Turns Off the Lights for Earth Hour - LMU This Week

This Saturday, March 27, LMU will join millions of people across the globe in turning off the lights for Earth Hour. Earth Hour is the world’s largest public commitment to protect the planet, with more than 400 of the world’s most iconic landmarks shutting off their lights from 8:30 – 9:30 p.m. to signify the importance of electricity conservation.

Wherever you are, you can join by shutting off all nonessential lights and unplugging nonessential electronics from 8:30 – 9:30 p.m. local time. Together, we can give the Earth a break and help remind ourselves and others of the importance of energy conservation.

LMU Turns Off the Lights for Earth Hour - LMU This Week UNIVERSITY NEWS | This Saturday, March 27, 2021, LMU will join millions of people across the globe in turning off the lights for Earth Hour. Earth Hour is

5 Tips for Combating Zoom Fatigue 03/19/2021

5 Tips for Combating Zoom Fatigue

Great advice from Instructor Felicia Tomasko, editor-in-chief of LA YOGA Magazine:

5 Tips for Combating Zoom Fatigue Remedies for Zoom Fatigue Zoom fatigue is real. Whether we’re dealing with low energy after a day on devices, forgetting to fill our water bottle, or experiencing dry itchy eyes at the end of the day, our self-care is essential for maintaining our

Who We Are

Established as the Center for Pastoral Studies in 1977, the LMU Center for Religion and Spirituality is one of the University's interdisciplinary centers and an embodiment of the university’s commitment to the Archdiocese of Los Angeles, neighboring dioceses, and communities of faith throughout the Los Angeles metropolitan area.

The purpose of the Center is to provide educational opportunities for adult learners that strengthen their religious and spiritual formation as ministers, educators, and leaders committed to the service of faith and the promotion of justice in their own communities.

The Center carries out this purpose in three ways: bilingual (English and Spanish) continuing education in theology, ministry and spirituality with an emphasis in pastoral leadership; research in pastoral theology with an emphasis in intercultural and interreligious dynamics; and institutional outreach to local parishes, religious institutions and faith-based organizations.

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