Archive for 2017

Kundalini Workshop – Light into Winter Darkness

The time of year of diminishing light and colder temperatures challenges us both energetically and emotionally. It becomes increasingly hard to stay motivated, to take action and keep our spirits high. Yet winter is also a time of hibernation and provides us with the opportunity to nourish ourselves, to go inward and reflect upon what […]

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Restorative Yoga with Mary Williams

Restorative Yoga – Restore, Relax, Rejuvenate Restorative Yoga is a slow mindful mellow yoga that will help to support you during times of stress, fatigue or if you’re just plain overworked! Working with supported and quieting forward bends and gentle twists, this is the perfect antidote to a busy, stressful lifestyle. Cultivate deep relaxation with […]

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A Book That Inspires You – Melissa Curtis

Lisa: Hi Melissa, is there a certain book that comes to mind that has inspired or motivated you to become a better teacher? If I had to pick one it would be Spiritual Midwifery written by Ina May Gaskin in 1975. This is a book I kept on my bedside table for many years especially before […]

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Yin For Stress with Eimear Beardmore

Yin for Stress Do you find yourself fatigued? Do you feel like you never have enough time to yourself? The effects of a yang lifestyle, constant busyness and bombardment of media, can leave us feeling drained physically and mentally. Our nervous system is flooded and overloaded without time to wind down and chill out. When we’ve […]

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FREE Open Day & Functional Fascia Exhibition

Are you interested in improving your yoga teaching skills? Join us for this FREE mini-module and learn about our 300-hour advanced yoga teacher training program. Join Susan Church to explore the web of connective tissue that is the fabric of our bodies which is involved in every aspect of our movement. Here we will move beyond […]

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Don’t Let Your Back Pain Define You!

Many of us have experienced back pain at some stage in our lives. Varying diagnoses can be given to people and often we have difficulty seeing any improvements. Your back is an incredibly complex structure, an evolutionary masterpiece comprised of bone, muscle, ligaments, fascia, nerves, and disks. Studies suggest that 80% of our population will […]

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Yin Yoga Teacher Training: Traditional Chinese Meridian Module (50hr) with Josh Summers

The 50hr Yin Yoga Teacher Training: Traditional Chinese Meridian Module is a comprehensive training in the theory of Traditional Chinese Medicine and its application to the practice and teaching of Yin Yoga. This module is open to serious students and teachers of Yin Yoga who are interested in integrating the profound energetic aspects of Traditional […]

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Pregnancy Yoga – Empowering Women

Here at The elbowroom we passionately believe in empowering women. We believe this empowerment is crucial to a positive birthing experience. This is the aim of our prenatal yoga classes and workshops. But enough from us. We’ll let our mums do the talking… From Lauren “I’m just writing to tell you that I had a beautiful […]

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How Yoga Works, A Physiotherapist’s Perspective

Yoga is a lot more than an exercise trend for the flexible of wallet and time, as physiotherapist and yoga teacher Orla Crosse explains. As a form of exercise, she believes in it and explains exactly how it works. Maybe you’ve attended your first few yoga classes this year. Maybe you’ve been in on the […]

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Playful Parenting with Aoife Bairead

Playful Parenting – Using your relationship and the power of play to support your child The Playful Parenting workshop is designed for parents of pre-­school and school-age children. As they move into these more social and routine led spheres, children can begin to develop a range of new social and emotional behaviours. Anxiety, defiance, hyperactivity […]

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