4646 N Michigan Rd
Indianapolis, IN 46228
Yoga & Spirituality
Road Trip to Wellness
Should Christians practice Yoga? Is Yoga sinful? This discussion is going to be good!
Meet Diana Bush-Harris, a passionate believer who operates in several gifts. She is a minister, singer/songwriter, motivator and encourager who has fallen in love with Yoga, and its emotional,
physical, and spiritual benefits. She originally came to Yoga for some “me time” after finding herself a full-time caregiver for her 92-year old mother. At the time she was suffering from a
pinched nerve in her neck, a bulging disc in her back and sciatic nerve pain since the age of 19. She found God on the mat and has been stretching her faith ever since!
Diana is passionate about Yoga and seeks to dispel myths concerning it, so that Christians can benefit from it and no longer stand on the sidelines of abundant life, especially concerning healing. Diana is now a full-time graduate student at Christian Theological Seminary seeking a Master’s of Divinity Degree with counseling training. She teaches yoga publicly and privately and is married and has one son.
Join us for this riveting discussion with the Road Trip to Wellness team and Diana Bush-Harris. Hear questions answered, and learn more for your personal awareness. Diana is excited to share her ministrial journey with you, as well as discuss the nuances of her Yoga practice found on her Road Trip to Wellness! We look forward to sharing with you!
*Additional perks include light refreshments, great discussions and community connections. We hope to inspire you to live a more intentional and balanced life!
*EVERYONE is welcome! Road Trip to Wellness was designed to educate and empower African Americans and other women of color to lead healthier, more intentional lifestyles. Not a woman of color? EVERYONE is welcome including YOU! Grab your sisters and tribe and come enjoy relaxation, rejuvenation and education!
Thank you for respecting our intentions to provide access to safe, positive, and empowering spaces that encourage healthier behaviors for POC.