Gather: to bring together and take in from scatter sources.
Join us at our various events throughout the month below! Both in studio and out in the community.
At the Studio
When: Sunday January 27th
Time: 3:00 p.m. – 4:30 p.m.
Description: Set your new year intentions during this 90-minute workshop. Through an all-levels gentle flow and guided breathing, we’ll find balance, ready our hearts and minds, and make space for the new year. We’ll spend time reflecting, praying, and looking forward into 2019 with journaling prompts, followed by relaxation and guided meditation. Leave this workshop feeling refreshed and motivated for the season ahead.
Journal and supplies provided.
KIDS YOGA @ 12:30 – 1:30 p.m. w/ Laura the FIRST Saturday of the month
Drop-in Rate – $15/child
Cash/check only or CC payment through Venmo/square through Laura.
Theme announced through our FB events.
200-Hour Yoga Training – Yoga Alliance Certified
2019 Training is FULL. Next training is in 2021.
This teacher training will provide Christ-centered learning in an intimate setting for individuals of all levels and beliefs. As Lincoln’s only faith-based studio, we will strive to empower growth in the mind, body, and spirit.
We see this as a yoga training/life investment for balance, self development and/or is for those desiring to advance their practice and teach yoga.
With a 200-hour certification from Yoga Alliance, you will be enabled to take your ministry of yoga to the community. Our training will be designed to take you out of your comfort zone and into growth. When you join our training program, you will not only be signing up for an adventure but a family.
Interested in learning more about Studio 4:8 School of Yoga 200-hour Teacher Training? Learn more here.
In the Community
Soul Rest: Exploring Sabbath through Yoga, Meditation & Wellness
In a society that glorifies being busy, it is counterculture to take time for intentional rest. In the Gospel of Mark, Jesus tells us that “The sabbath was made for humankind, and not humankind for the sabbath.” After the bustle of the holidays is the perfect time explore what sabbath rest looks like for you. The retreat will have a variety of experiences, and several breakout sessions that allow you to customize your retreat. Join us in an encouraging community that reflects on God’s overwhelming love.
This retreat is organized by Carol Joy Holling Camp in partnership with Bonnie Meyer (Studio 4:8 Yoga – Lincoln, NE) and Pastor Breen Sipes (Tri-Saints Lutheran Parish – Byron and Hardy, NE). For more information about the retreat leaders, see the session leader bios below.
Breakout sessions are chosen during the registration process. Some of the sessions have a limited number of spaces, and may fill up quickly. Register today!
To find more information and to register, visit: CJHCenter.org/yoga
We’re partnering with fellow #LNK healers and artists plus the Lincoln Acupuncture Project to present homespun, locally packed with love …Community Toolkits for Surviving and Thriving.
It’s been a rough year for all of us and surviving, for way too many, has been the main focus, out of necessity – far ahead of celebration, far ahead, at times, of connection, further still ahead of the tangible reality of thriving. What sorts of things accompany us along our paths of survival? How can we come together to lift one another, both individually and collectively, towards less surviving and more thriving? And, who’s around, right here, in town, making, providing, sharing tools for that individual and collective quest?
This is our way of tipping the gift basket on its head and turning it inside out, coming together as a community of comrades and colleagues; those who work with movement, plants, ink, health, emotions, the earth and, yes, tiny needles in hopes of making more than a dent in suffering. Each toolkit is different because, it’s true, people are different; while healing is universal, it’s also personal. ⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀
Buy one for a friend or chip in with a friend, or two, and split up the goodies inside based on what everyone needs. Get one for yourself. Put it on your wishlist, let loved ones know this is a great fit for you. It’s awesome to do a project like this with others and we are sooo grateful for the opportunity.
Go follow Lincoln Acupuncture Project to stay informed as they start presenting and describing just what each of these offerings contains and how it might help you, your community, loved ones, friends and family. ⠀
Refunds are not available for events/workshops as your payment reserves your spot, and the teacher is paid for your spot whether you are in attendance or not. Credit may be given for another workshop of equal or lesser value on a per-case basis.