Be still and know that


Psalm 46:10



Four-week beginner course on the basics of Hatha Yoga. Includes postures, breathing techniques and mindful meditation techniques. Perfect for those new to yoga or wish to brush up on the basics.



Four-week intermediate course to build on basics with fresh, weekly themes, perfect for those with a basic or intermediate foundation.



Four-week series on yoga as seen through Biblical scripture. Includes soothing instrumental worship music and inspirational scripture readings, sure to encourage and uplift.


Mindfulness at Selah

We welcome newcomers to join us at any of our daily yoga classes and morning meditation on weekdays, or join one of our vibrant evening discussion groups.





for Every Level of Experience

In-Residence Classes

We are passionate about personally helping every one find the life-changing benefits of yoga through in-person care and consultation at our studio.

Online Courseware

Perfect for the age of Quarantine, our online courseware can be logged into any time of day from the comfort of your home!

Extended Resources

Through our blog and newsletter, we keep you up to date on a variety of resources to help you continue your new health lifestyle!


Events And Workshops

Gong Yoga Relaxation and Meditation
  • from 19:00 to 21:00
Honoring Yogi Bhajan’s Birthday 2020
  • from 3:00 to 15:00
September New Moon Yoga Practice
  • from 12:00 to 21:00
Kundalini Yoga to Melt Unhealthy Habits
  • from 19:00 to 21:00

At Selah

Our Approach

We take an inspirational and artistic approach to yoga and wellness.  Selah is an Arts Collaborative center that includes yoga, fitness, dance and fine arts performances to positively impact people’s lives.  With certified and degreed staff, we provide individuals with fitness that feels like soul food and looks like art! Selah Yoga is different because we strive to create a neutral, safe space for you to relax and gather together in an uplifting setting, regardless of your beliefs.

SELAH (see-la) in Hebrew, is found throughout the  book of Psalms.  It commonly means to “pause” and “reflect” on what was written, sung or performed. Taking time to absorb what is meaningful is what having a Selah experience is about. Whether you come to take a class, spend some quiet time in the Book Nook and Aromatherapy room, look at artwork, or see a performance, we at Selah hope to provide you with opportunities for reflection, self-growth and community!

About Selah

Find Us

526 E. Second Street
Pass Christian, MS  39571

Opening Hours
Monday – Saturday
10:00 AM – 7:00 PM
A break for lunch and then
01:00 AM – 02:00 AM
Closed Sundays
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