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  • Keywords
    • Yoga,
    • Meditation,
    • Spirituality,
    • Health and fitness,
    • Religion,
    • Coptic Church Christianity,
    • Ethiopia

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Sharing the Gift of Yoga
From the Eastern World
by Eboni Yayih

Our health is the most important aspect of our daily living and making the priority to maintain a healthy lifestyle has become paramount in the chaotic world in which we live. Yoga is a lifestyle that exercises the body, mind and soul; therefore, practicing yoga is an effective strategy towards improving and maintaining our overall health. Sharing the Gift of Yoga is a guide for anyone new to the practice of yoga and want to learn more about its history and philosophy and is also a tool for more seasoned yogis who want to share the gift of yoga with others as leaders and teachers. What's unique about the book is its perspective, taken from an Eastern African context, it finds parallels with traditional Yogic philosophy. Discover a truly unique comparison of the Coptic Church and the Ashrams of India.

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Eboni Yayih 500 RYT is founder and director of Coptic Yogi, an online yoga service and website. She has practiced yoga since 1993 and in 2016 became a certified yoga instructor in Nice, France with Beloved Studio (Reston, Va.) studying with international instructors Maryam Ovissi and Jafar Alexander. In 2020, Eboni completed her 300 hr certification with Yoga Faith founded by author Michelle Thielen. She earned her bachelor's degree from a HBCU, Hampton University and her Master degree from Union Institute. Eboni has twenty years of teaching experience, working as a former public schools teacher. She is the wife of Germa Yayih and the mother of three talented sons, Jinar, Johannes and Jordan.


Eboni Yayih
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