All Levels


This class is taught by:

Amy Bidrman

I started practicing yoga after my second child was born. Asana practice embodied so many of the thoughts and feelings that early parenthood brought up in me and was incredibly reassuring. As a new parent I was learning and living the first two limbs of yoga, the Yamas and Niyamas which form the structure of practice on and off the mat. These qualities will always guide my teaching: non-harming, truthfulness, purity, non-grasping, contentment, learning through self-experience and a devotion to the divine in all beings.

I have been a childbirth educator since 1999, and took my first yoga training and started teaching pre and postnatal yoga in 2005. I took another training in 2008 with Yogrishi Vishvketu and continued to teach and to lead teacher trainings in pre and postnatal.

Find out more about Amy at www.amybidrman.com

Girijaa Jessica Jewell

My yoga journey started in 1999 when I went with a dear friend to a class in the basement of a community center in Albuquerque, New Mexico. Although it wasn’t love at first asana, about two months into practicing I had an experience that led me to believe there was more to yoga than a good workout. From that time on I pursued yoga with a passion which grows with time. I love the way a good asana practice makes my body feel, and in my classes my intention is to help students feel good in their bodies. I draw on the many styles of yoga that I have practiced over the years including Iyengar, Ashtanga, vinyasa, power, Kundalini, and Forest. In addition, I incorporate into classes the other limbs of yoga and Ayurvedic principles to provide a holistic experience and empower people to live in harmony with the subtle energies that surround and influence us.

Amber Donahue

Yoga gives us a way to develop skills that help our balance, strengthen our joints, and practice peaceful introspection.
 
Movement and play are the best recreation! A yoga practice can enhance mindfulness and help us discover our inner strengths. Yoga has been part of my life for almost 20 years, and I completed the Lincoln Yoga Center’s 200 hour Teacher training program in 2017. As a teacher I hope to cultivate a playful spirit, engage my students, and help them set personal goals that enhance their growth.

Sheila Palmquist

Founder and Director of Lincoln Yoga Center and School Sheila Palmquist 
E-RYT500, RCYT, RPYT, YACEP®. LYC opened August 28th 2010. Lincoln Yoga Center offers 200 Hour Yoga Certification. Take 5 Certification (Behavior program for children). Over 40 group classes per week, for all ages and abilities. We have private and semi private sessions available for expecting mothers, athletes wishing to improve performance and focus, stress reduction, injury recovery, chronic illness, pain management, children, teens, seniors, etc. Everyone can practice yoga, and benefit from the effects. My introduction to yoga began in 2000, while living in Loveland, CO. I had an injury that kept me from my workouts of weightlifting and cardiovascular exercise, so I tried yoga. I have been a student ever since. My yoga practice became a way to maintain a healthy balance of my mind, body and spirit. I started my yoga training in 2002 after my second child was born, gave up my stress filled corporate job and started teaching yoga to kids. In 2004 my family and I returned to Lincoln. Although we loved CO, even good weather and beautiful mountains don’t compare to having your friends and family close by. My yoga journey in Lincoln has taken me too many gyms, schools, businesses, and wellness centers. I have met many wonderful people and have grown from each new experience. In 2008 I received my 200 hour certification at the Omaha Yoga & Bodywork Center and my 500 hour certification at the Himalayan Institute in PA. My approach to yoga is always based on what is best for the student. I do not believe in forceful practices, if you do not enjoy something you won’t and shouldn’t continue to do it. We are all unique, no one should try to copy someone else’s posture or practice, find yours. Our bodies and minds react differently to stress, we do not perceive or process things the same way. There is a formula for a healthy balance that is unique for all of us. I love working with a student and watching them have the, “I get it”, moment as most teachers know, we live for those moments. Some students find awareness through moving the body, (postures) others though the mind, (meditation) generally it is a combination of practices. The breath is the most important component. Take three deep, slow breaths (so the abdomen moves) right now ….notice what the affect is on the mind and body. At Lincoln Yoga Center we will help you find your center in a non-competitive, non-judgmental way.We welcome you and your questions.Visit www.Take5Program.com. Please visit our web site at
www.LincolnYogaCenter.com, email: LincolnYogaCenter@gmail.com, call (402)570-1114, or stop by 2127 Winthrop Rd. (across from Leon’s Food Mart).

Teresa Miner

As a consummate student, Teresa is in a constant state of becoming and as such, she believes in the transformational process that resides within all of us. In addition to her bead creations, and workshops, she is a yoga instructor who obtained her 200 hr and 100 hour certifications through Yoga World Reach.  Teresa has attained BA in English and Religion respectively. Through her many paths, Teresa discovered the undertone to her purpose has always been, how can I help, what can I learn and how can I teach it?
 
All Levels offers students the opportunity to practice in a multi-level setting. The instructor will offer variations so that students may choose the level of difficulty of depth most appropriate for themselves. An eclectic yoga class, the teacher will sometimes lead a flow style vinyasa (linking movement with breath), other times there will be hatha (the yoga of opposing forces), or yin (more passive poses targeted at stretching the body's connective tissue). Postures are performed mindfully with an emphasis on proper posturing, relaxation, and breathing.

Upcoming classes:

  • Wed Jan 16 9:00 am - 10:00 am with Amy Bidrman
  • Thu Jan 17 9:30 am - 10:30 am with Amy Bidrman
  • Fri Jan 18 5:30 pm - 6:30 pm with Courteney Turner
  • Sat Jan 19 9:30 am - 11:00 am with Girijaa Jessica Jewell
  • Mon Jan 21 9:00 am - 10:00 am with Amber Donahue
  • Tue Jan 22 9:30 am - 10:30 am with Sheila Palmquist
  • Wed Jan 23 9:00 am - 10:00 am with Amy Bidrman
  • Thu Jan 24 9:30 am - 10:30 am with Amy Bidrman
  • Fri Jan 25 5:30 pm - 6:30 pm with Courteney Turner
  • Sat Jan 26 9:30 am - 11:00 am with Girijaa Jessica Jewell
  • Mon Jan 28 9:00 am - 10:00 am with Amber Donahue
  • Tue Jan 29 9:30 am - 10:30 am with Sheila Palmquist
  • Wed Jan 30 9:00 am - 10:00 am with Amy Bidrman
  • Thu Jan 31 9:30 am - 10:30 am with Amy Bidrman
  • Fri Feb 01 5:30 pm - 6:30 pm with Courteney Turner
  • Sat Feb 02 9:30 am - 11:00 am with Girijaa Jessica Jewell
  • Mon Feb 04 9:00 am - 10:00 am with Amber Donahue
  • Tue Feb 05 9:30 am - 10:30 am with Teresa Miner
  • Wed Feb 06 9:00 am - 10:00 am with Amy Bidrman
  • Thu Feb 07 9:30 am - 10:30 am with Amy Bidrman