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Yoga As A Spiritual Practice

As a contemplative practitioner, yoga and philosophy teacher, spiritual director, life-long student and writer, Amy Nobles Dolan helps seekers who desire the peace and wholeness that comes from living from their spirit.

Amy’s life’s work is to help you develop a steady set of practices that will meet you wherever you are on your spiritual journey and sustain your body, mind and spirit for a lifetime.

Yoga On And Off The Mat 

  • Discover yoga’s spiritual framework around which you can center your life.
  • On the mat: Strengthen and tone your body while quieting and focusing your mind.
  • Off the mat: Develop skills to live a more peaceful, contented, meaningful life right here, right now!

Faith With A Twist

Faith with a Twist: A 30-Day Journey into Christian Yoga

by Amy Nobles Dolan & Hillary D. Raining

Faith With A Twist seeks to bridge the gap between spiritual-but-not-religious by blending the ancient church’s wisdom and the spiritual practice of yoga.

“Those who wake are the students.
Those who stay awake are the teachers.
How we take turns.”

- Mark Nepo

Membership

Become part of our community when you sign up to our membership and get access to our library of recorded asana classes and monthly community gatherings. 

Yoga With Spirit Membership

The Hive Cast

Episode 19: Faith With a Twist with Amy Nobles Dolan. In this podcast episode Amy and Hillary Raining are interviewed about their book "Faith With a Twist: A 30-Day Journey into Christian Yoga."

The Hive Cast Episode 19: Faith With a Twist

Work With Amy One-On-One

Spiritual Direction

Explore the practice of noticing God’s movement in our lives in monthly sessions 

Spiritual Direction

Yoga Philosophy One-On-One

Share and deepen the insights you've gained from your practices

Spiritual Direction with Amy Nobles Dolan

Yoga Teacher Mentoring

Develop your confidence and rediscover your voice as a teacher

Yoga Teacher Mentoring with Amy

Amy has a unique gift...

“I love Yoga with Spirit classes for the studio’s intimate setting and Amy’s ability to be skilled, knowledgeable, and approachable. Amy’s ability to reach and challenge students of all levels in her classes keeps me coming back! She has a unique gift of getting to know all her students and help them to grow as yoga students. I would recommend Amy’s Yoga with Spirit classes to anyone looking to begin their journey into yoga.” — Patty

Yoga Blog

Latest Yoga Thoughts by Amy Nobles Dolan

Do You Resist Change or Relax Into It?
Having kids in their twenties feels like someone has installed a revolving door on my home. No sooner does one move out than another moves back in. Each time the door spins I feel a surge of resistance to all this change. With practice I am slowly learning to to trust the revolving door of my life - to release my natural resistance and choose instead to welcome each change.
A Look Back Reveals Endless Possibility Ahead
On a walk, I glimpsed a woman who looked just like 30-years-ago-me and rocketed down memory lane. In a flash I remembered (in really real way) what it felt like to be 25 and “on my way.” Almost as quickly, I realized that, while I recognized her, there is no way she would recognize me - there is no way she could have dreamed of the life (my life) in store for her. And this realization is exciting – thrilling even. I appreciate (from the depths of my heart) the reminder that I truly have no idea what life has in store for 60- or 65- or 85-year-old me. 30 years later, my horizon remains as filled with possibility as it did then.
Become Someone Who Handles Hard Stuff Better
Practicing to do a hard thing such as compete in an iron man, swim across the bay, or hike the Appalachian Trail requires us to show up and do hard things every day. It's important to remember that we’re not training so that the hard thing becomes easy. We are training to become a person who, in Kara Lawson’s words, “handles hard well.” When we know we can handle hard stuff, we are more tolerant of failing and more willing to try again. We trust more in our strength to face our doubts and fears. In short, we are more resilient.

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