Back in high school, one of my coaches started the team on yoga training. Nothing overly fancy, just a lot of unique ways to stretch your body! Since then, I've kept it up and try and do at least 40 minutes twice a week. In my experience, it's a fantastic way to maintain flexibility (especially after sitting in class or at a computer most of the day), and I plan on continuing to do yoga for as long as I can. I know some churches have "Christian Yoga" sessions, where they combine the physical aspects of yoga with Christian spiritual elements. There seems to be a heavy focus on Psalms 46:10, "Be still and know that I am God". OTOH, some Christians strongly oppose doing yoga, Christian version or otherwise, with some even going so far as to call it demonic. The argument there seems to be that because of its roots in eastern religions and their use of it is to become one with their god, therefore "it’s nearly impossible to practice yoga and divorce it from its spiritual elements". Interestingly, the author of that article even includes a quote from a Hindu lamenting the fact that yoga has become "Americanized" and is having its eastern religious elements stripped from it! So on one case we have a Christian saying you can't separate yoga from its eastern spirituality, but on the other we have Hindu complaining about eastern spirituality being separated from yoga! Anyways, it's obvious which side of this issue I'm on. What do others here think?