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What is the Scholarship?

At Common Ground we believe passionately that you are a whole, and integrated person: mind, spirit and body.  We live in a world that likes to separate these out.  There are many great spiritual traditions that seek re-integration of our full selves in a world that likes to dis-integrate us.  Yoga is one of these beautiful traditions.

We have partnered with Root Down Yoga Studio to give the gift of Yoga to two students per semester.  This program was developed to help students who would not otherwise be able to afford to practice at Root Down Yoga. 

The Scholarship will

include free unlimited yoga, and use of a rental mat, and towel during the three month term (Note: each term is three

consecutive months during the semester).

You do not have to be a part of Common Ground Campus Ministry or a Christian to receive this scholarship.  We are merely a vessel from which this gift flows.  

All we ask is that you have had experience with yoga (preference for those who have completed Root Down's 30 for 30) so that you know how you as a person respond to yoga.  We also ask that in accepting this gift you commit to practicing 3 (but we hope 4 or 5) times a week so that you take full advantage of this opportunity. 

So if this is calling to you, fill out the form to the left and submit.  You can apply for each semester/opportunity though you can only get the scholarship one time.  

If you are passionate about the transforming power of Yoga and want to make a donation to this scholarship contact Pastor Ben at pastorbenmo@gmail.com

Applications for Spring '18 are open now until February 6th.  The scholarship begins on Sunday, Feb. 11th.