Yin Yoga

Yin Yoga is a great complement to an active practice or fitness routine.

A slow and meditative class that is composed of seated and reclined poses, each held anywhere from 2-5 minutes. This unique style focuses on targeting the connective tissues (bones, joints, ligaments and fascia.) This class emphasizes body awareness and does require a physical effort to hold the pose.

All levels. (prenatal, beginner and first timer friendly).

This class is taught by:

Megan Bell

Megan Bell

200-RYT Studio 4:8 School of Yoga Graduate

I started my yoga practice 7 years ago as a way to control anxiety. I never imagined I would feel called to become an instructor. Now I find myself intentionally stepping out of my comfort zone and on to the mat at the head of the room at 4:8 twice a week. I do it because I want to help each and every person that enters the space we hold to feel the connection I have found in my practice.

The connection between my mind, body and breath, but also with my God. Trying things we may fail at is scary, I can honestly say I still fail on the regular in my practice, but I also continue to grow. So if you want to try something new that might seem a little scary, or way outside of where you envisioned yourself, come say hi! We can meet at the mat and figure it out together.

See you soon!

Laura Anderson

Laura Anderson

Lead Instructor - 200-hr E-RYT , Certified in Restorative and Yoga Nidra

“I have done yoga for almost half of my life. As I began my yoga journey it was the physical aspect of yoga as well as mental that attracted me. I had no idea that my yoga practice would take me to such a deep personal relationship with God. It improved my focus, ability to hold prayer and space. As I continue along my journey and deepen my faith I’m happy to share what I have learned and where I have come from. I feel I can truly relate to people on all yoga levels, as I have been on them. My style of yoga is Vinyasa Flow and I enjoy the creative freedom that I bring to my practice. I love to sprinkle in some fun. The freedom to express my faith through yoga is something that I cherish about this studio.”

Laura lives in Lincoln with her husband Kristian, their five children, two cats, and pug puppy named Joy. She loves all kinds of music, reading, and travel.