Welcome to Inner Bliss
Inner Bliss Spiritual Center is located in Bowling Green, KY. We are an in home center that offers yoga, meditation, reiki, chakra balancing, intuitive services, holistic life coaching, workshops, and continuing education classes based on both physical and spiritual growth.
Our center offers a calm and tranquil space for finding your spiritual path through the above practices. We help guide you through what helps you learn more about who you are.
We are a small studio that will hold about 5 students. We offer beginner, chair, restorative, yin and some core focused classes. Our lineage is in Thirumoolars Ashtanga Therapeutic lineage which means we focus more on modifying poses rather than perfect alignment.
At this time we are offering all classes via Zoom as a Pay What You Can Service.
Many of our students have never practiced yoga or have body image issues so this is a safe environment for all as we are very beginner focused and with small classes we all know each other and support each other.
Our meditation classes range from mindfulness, guided, positive affirmations and spiritually focused. We offer group and private classes that help you find the right meditation for you. Everyone can meditate. You just have to find the one right for you.
We also offer private reiki sessions as well as certification classes focused on traditional Usui classes as well as those for yoga teachers to incorporate reiki into their yoga practioners. These will be both in person and online coming Summer 2020.
We also offer intuitve services such as tea leaf and tarot readings, past life readings and regressions, crystal meditations and healings, as well other workshops and readings. We incorporate all of these services into helping building a holistic mind, body, and soul for each client.
”True yoga is not about the shape of your body, but the shape of your life. Yoga is not to be performed; yoga is to be lived. Yoga doesn’t care about what you have been; yoga cares about the person you are becoming. Yoga is designed for a vast and profound purpose, and for it to be truly called yoga, its essence must be embodied.”– Aadil Palkhivala