The Spirit of meditation in movement

Yoga Chapel weaves together the art of Christian reflection with the wisdom of the yoga practice.


Connect with God in a new way through a moving meditation that weaves Scripture, breath, and prayer through an active yoga practice. At Yoga Chapel, you’ll experience a mix of flow and Hatha yoga with modifications offered to provide a multilevel experience. Wherever you are on your faith journey – and wherever you are on your yoga journey – we welcome you.

Current Series

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We gather most Thursdays!*

Yoga Chapel Physical Distancing Procedures

Please review our new 2021 procedures.

Pre-registration is required.

Please arrive at 9:30 a.m. for screening and check-in. Yoga Chapel begins promptly at 9:45 a.m.

*Check Yoga Chapel at Camp Hill UMC Facebook Page for full schedule.
For more information about Yoga Chapel at Camp Hill UMC, email Kristin Mooney at


Camp Hill UMC

417 S. 22nd St., Camp Hill


Outdoor Courtyard weather permitting, Worship Center in inclement weather
(Look for the Yoga Chapel sign).

Love Offering

There is no cost to attend Yoga Chapel!

Love offerings are accepted for community and global missions. Please mark your donation “YC Love Offering.” Visit to give online.


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All proceeds benefit the mission and vision of Yoga Chapel at Camp Hill UMC.

Yoga Chaplains


Kristin Mooney

Through a morning practice of yoga following her devotional time, Kristin discovered the beautifully meditative aspect of yoga as a pathway to a deepening relationship with Christ. Combining breath and scripture, movement and prayer with mindful awareness of God’s presence, Kristin enjoys yoga as a spiritual discipline. She loves sharing prayer yoga with her community as a fresh and creative way to live out God’s call to share His light and truth with the world.

Kristin Mooney is trained through YogaFit and is currently pursuing her 200-Hour certification. She completed her first yoga teacher training, “Yoga from a Christian Perspective,” through New Day Yoga. With a focus on making the practice of yoga accessible to everybody, she enjoys creating time and space on the mat for people to explore a connection with God through body, mind, and spirit.


Off the mat, Kristin spends her time as a  proofreader, mother, and leader in her church. She is an entrepreneur and steward of the environment with her husband, Dave, whose patented technology Ecoremedy converts problematic and messy wastes into renewable energy and useful animal and plant nutrients. With a passion for building Christian community, her past and current lay leadership endeavors include launching new Bible studies for young mothers, establishing a  multigenerational women’s ministry, and developing a ministry for parents in the midst of raising their children. She holds a bachelor of science in communication studies from Virginia Tech.


Rev. Anna Layman Knox

Born in Central Pennsylvania, after moving 19 times since high school, Anna returned in 2016 to serve God in the same community where her life began. She is grateful to share this precious life with her spouse and partner-in-life, Simon, and their son, Dominic.

Prior to serving as a pastor for more than three years in South Africa, Anna Layman Knox earned her bachelor of arts in international relations from Carleton College in Northfield, Minnesota, and her master of divinity from Duke Divinity School in Durham, North Carolina. She became an ordained Elder in the Susquehanna Conference of the United Methodist Church in 2014 and currently serves as Lead Associate Pastor of Camp Hill United Methodist Church. While Anna had practiced yoga off and on over the years, her love of meditation and movement was cultivated during the four years she served as a pastor in the beautiful Pocono community of Hawley, Pennsylvania. Attending Roots Yoga Studio became a sabbath ritual that sustained and nurtured her faith and her body. Upon arriving in Camp Hill, she discovered that others in the wider community also craved the opportunity to engage in prayer through movement and meditation. For Anna, sharing yoga is a transformational way to interpret scripture and live its story through the fullness of our bodies, minds, and spirits. She is trained through YogaFit and is currently pursuing her 200-Hour certification, while offering experiences for people in and beyond the traditional church to experience worshipping God through yoga.


Anna is passionate about listening, exploring the unknown, authenticity, and Five Roses tea with milk and sugar. She loves the challenge and joy of walking alongside others, and at any given moment in the day, you’ll probably catch her singing.