Archive for 2015

5 ways that practicing yoga during the Menopause can save your sanity!

I could give you more than 5 reasons why practicing yoga during the Menopause is a good idea for women, but I’ll try to keep it simple. Here are the 5 main reasons why, when peri-menopause hit, I was on the mat looking for ways to navigate the night sweats and the anxieties that took hold and shook me to my core. […]

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What should I expect from a Craniosacral Therapy session?

Craniosacral Therapy is probably not something everyone is familiar with, although the number of practitioners and patients are increasing year on year. What would your first appointment with a therapist be like? Rather than throw a lot of technical terminology we’ve got a testimonial from a client of our resident CST Mags Fitzgerald. She writes about her initial apprehension and guides you through her […]

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Looking to advance your yoga practice?

So you’ve completed your beginners yoga course and you’ve been going to classes to beat the band. After initially making great strides you feel your yoga practice has since plateaued and you’re now looking to bring it to the next level. Don’t worry! This is a common issue that a lot of yogis experience. The good news is that all it takes is some small […]

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5 amazing tips for relieving lower back pain

Here’s 5 simple suggestions to help banish that lower back pain Most of us have suffered or will suffer from it at some point in our lives. About 80 percent of adults experience it at some point. It’s the most common cause of work-related disability and a leading contributor to missed work days. It can effect every […]

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Improving Handwritting skills

Are you interested in improving your child’s handwriting and fine motor co-ordination? Then why not visit the new Children’s area in St Patrick’s Cathedral Dublin. What will be on offer? Arrangements have been put in place between The elbowroom, Occupational Therapist Adeline Cully and the Education Officer, Stephen Smith for free admission to the Cathedral […]

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Simple ways to boost your mental health

Qi Gong / Chi gong is a gentle effortless form of exercise that has powerful side effects. It evolved as part of the link between martial arts and traditional Chinese medicine somewhere around 600BC. Over centuries of observation of people with all kinds of ailments the Chinese documented and postulated the existence of channels of […]

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5 Practically Ways Restorative Yoga Can Improve Your Life

So much of our lives revolve around the demands placed upon us and can leave us feeling stressed and anxious. These stressors can lead to people becoming run down and fatigued. What restorative yoga gives you is a place to step away from these stresses and helps you develop techniques that help fight what life throws at you. The […]

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Kundalini & Hatha Yoga – 5 differences

Many different types of yoga exist and it can be difficult to figure out which particular practice is right for you. Today we’ll look to shed some light on the difference between Hatha and Kundalini. Of course Kundalini and Hatha Yoga have much in common. Both forms contain asana and breath. They both aim to increase awareness and flexibility, decrease […]

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Restorative and Deep Relaxation Yoga for Pregnancy

Deep relaxation and a labour rehearsal empowering your journey into motherhood. For pregnant women, whose bodies and minds are constantly working to literally create life inside of them, restorative yoga is a perfect way to help your body rest and regenerate in order to complete this profound and instinctual task of creation. Restorative yoga also […]

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Experienced in Yoga? Grow with a course

Many studio’s now offer a combination of drop in classes, workshops and beginners courses. But what is often missing is a course just for experienced yogi’s. Working as a group gives you the opportunity to grow with your teacher with only experienced students. As a course, you will build on your practice and techniques week […]

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