Unity Fort Worth offers a variety of spiritual yoga classes and special events including: Classic Yoga Exercises, Chair yoga, Happy Buddha Yoga, weekly Kirtan. All classes are accessible for all levels including beginners.

October 2018 Schedule

  • “Om Hour” Weekly Kirtan
    • Thursdays
    • 7:00 pm
    • Johnson Hall
    • Led by Kristin & Randall Brooks of the Bhakti House Band
  • Traditional (mat) Yoga
    • Saturday, October 13th – 10:30 am 
      • Instructor: Substitute
    • Saturday, October 20th – 10:30 am
      • Instructor: Kathryn Krieger
    • Peace Chapel

Supplies: Please bring your own YOGA MAT or TOWEL for all except the chair class. A limited number of “general use” yoga mats are available. 
Cost: All classes and events are offered on a love offering basis.

Yoga Class Descriptions:

Traditional Mat Yoga “Beyond the Pose”
Yoga is an ancient transformational technology for spiritual growth and the creation of a healthy body, mind and emotional nature. Each class includes loosening up, warming up, traditional postures, relaxation techniques, conscious breathing exercises and preparation for meditation. In the tradition of yoga, each class is holistic: physical, mental and spiritual. This is an all-levels class great for beginners and experienced yogis. 

“Happy Buddha” Yoga 
Join Randall & Kristin Brooks as they lead you on a healing, mythic journey to unite the body, mind, and spirit during this all-levels yoga class. They bring together a gentle flow of the asanas (postures), pranayama (breath work), meditation, and sacred sound. Each class will help to strengthen the body, increase flexibility, relax the mind, and rejuvenate the spirit, and will conclude with them serenading you into a deep, restful relaxation that will awaken and inspire your heart. No experience necessary, please bring your own mat. Everyone is invited to meet up for lunch following class. All levels, shapes, ages and sizes welcome.  

The “Om” Hour – Weekly Kirtan (Inspirational Chanting) 
Kirtan is a very simple and powerful way to meditate. Based on ancient chants, it has the ability to quiet the mind if listened to with intention. Everyone experiences kirtan differently, and it doesn’t have to be a religious experience.

Chair Yoga
No mat required. Chair yoga is a gentle form of yoga that is practiced sitting on a chair, or standing using a chair for support. Gentle chair yoga can be practiced by almost anyone at any age. The entry-level requirement for practicing yoga in a chair is simply the ability to breathe and to sit upright in a chair while gently moving the torso and limbs. The poses, or Asanas, are often adaptations of Hatha yoga poses.