Craig Doyle: 26 August 1966 - 18 February 2016

"On the day I die, don't say he's gone. 
Death has nothing to do with going away.
The sun sets, and the moon sets but they're not gone." ~Rumi


For those of you who knew Craig, fellow yogi & Be Hot Yoga Atlanta teacher, join family & friends for a celebration of his life. 

Saturday March 19th | 2:00pm - 4:00pm
Cator Woolford Gardens 1815 S Ponce de Leon Ave NE, Atlanta, GA 30307

* Guests are asked to wear blue *

Dear Yoga Family,

Our dearest friend and Be Hot Yoga teacher, Craig Doyle passed away this morning.  

Two weeks ago Craig went to the doctor with chest pain and discovered he had liver cancer.  He started treatment last Friday but the illness moved more rapidly than expected.   

We were all touched by the kindness and sweetness of Craig's heart.  Whenever he taught a class on Halloween, he brought his students lollypops.  He often arrived at the yoga studio with his battered cooler filled with eggs and milk from a local free-range organic farm, eager to share his foodie finds with his friends.  After the last class he taught he stood by the studio door, just like a flight attendant, saying with a smile as his students exited, "thank you, goodbye, you did really well, thank you, thank you for coming..." 

Craig was always encouraging us and lifting us up.  He always wanted to give more.  

We were able to visit Craig in the hospital during his last days.  He loved to hear the news of our yoga family and always received us with a smile no matter how much pain he was in. 

Craig was a precious part of our yoga family at Be Hot Yoga Atlanta.  We will always remember him with love.

Cristina & Jason

Words shared about Craig by his friends & fellow teachers at Be Hot Yoga: 

"Craig was always full of love which he shared endlessly.  He will missed." ~Tanya Das

 "I don't think I ever saw Craig without a smile and kind word to say.  Just being around him would make my mood better.  He will truly be missed." ~Debi Rice McNeil

"I remember after the car accident he and Jim were in a couple of years ago, Craig said to me, 'stay close and love each other, because you never know what is going to happen.' Good advice from our sweet Craig.  We will miss him terribly." ~Diana DeLatour