PRIVATE SESSIONS

Sound Baths &

Restorative Yoga

Discover a deep relaxation while being bathed in the vibrations of crystal singing bowls, ocean drum and koshi chimes. The combination of sound and restorative poses can strengthen one’s meditative experience.

Restorative Yoga is a passive practice using props (such as blankets and bolsters) to facilitate deep relaxation in each pose. Floor-based, this may include poses such as forward folds, gentle twists, and gentle back-bends. Poses are generally held passively for about 5 to 7 minutes, to allow for students to unwind and restore.

These sessions are great for anyone and everyone seeking balance and relaxation from a busy lifestyle.

Last night I took the private Sound Bath session. It was peaceful and relaxing and just what I needed. 10/10 would recommend. The studio looks beautiful and it was so good to be back.
Thank you Bonnie Jensen Meyer for your relentless dedication and resilience.

Jennifer Haynes

Book A Session Today!

Sound Bath | 30 Minutes

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$39 first person, $15/person additional 

Max of 8 participants

Typically lasts 35 minutes

To book a one hour session, purchase two sessions

Upon purchase, you will be emailed to schedule appointment time/date. 

 

Group Restorative with Sound Bath | 60 Minutes

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$29/person

Minimum of 6 participants, max of 8

Upon purchase, you will be emailed to schedule appointment time/date. 

Group Restorative with Sound Bath & Refreshments | 60 Minutes

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$32/person

Minimum of 6 participants, max of 8.

Includes Wine + Healthy Snacks

Upon purchase, you will be emailed to schedule appointment time/date. 

What is a Sound Bath?

A sound bath is an ancient form of deep meditation that includes various ambient sounds played by an instructor. During a sound bath, the instructor uses a variety of different traditional crystal bowls, brass bowls, chimes, and ocean drum to create repetitive sounds. These sounds are notes at different frequencies that help enhance and guide you through your whole meditative experience.
While most people lay down in savasana (a yoga pose where one lays flat on their back) on mats with pillows or blankets during the duration of the sound bath it is up to the particular individual on how they would like to practice their meditation.

Sound Bath Benefits

Increase Clarity & Focus

Decrease Blood Pressure & Fatigue

Reduce Stress & Anxiety

Boost Your Mood

Improve Your Sleep

Connect With & Calm Your Mind & Body

Meet Your Instructor

Bonnie Meyer

Bonnie Meyer

Yoga Trainer

Bonnie is the founder of Studio 4:8 yoga located in Lincoln, NE and is the director of training/lead instructor for Studio 4:8 School of Yoga: Lincoln’s only Christ-Centered Yoga teacher training program. She has been a dedicated yoga student for 16 years and instructing for 13.

 

Places/focus of study include: Shoshoni Ashram- Colorado, Therapeutic Touch Training, through Holy Yoga – Irvine, CA, 200hr RYT-Yoga Alliance-Lincoln, Ne, Restorative Yoga Certification through Bhadra Yoga in Omaha. 300-hour through Holy Yoga, 500-hr Masters-HYI Holy Yoga, Yin Yoga-True Nature School of Yoga, San Diego, CA, Massage Thai Yoga, Center of Healing Arts Omaha, Nebraska, Trauma Informed Yoga Certification through the Prison Yoga Project/ San Diego California, and Ayurvedic Consultation through Tejas Yoga/Chicago, Illinois. She recently studied with Naomi Pryde and Ro Keyzer of Yeshu Bhakti (A yoga practice of devotion to Jesus) in Varanasi, India and completed Foundations in Vibrational Sound Healing through Ahimsa School of Sound in Chicago, Illinois.