Archive for the 'Pilates & Fitness' Category

Pilates Foundation Course – Mondays

If you are looking for Pilates classes in Dublin, this foundation course will bring you through all the basics needed to get a solid foundation for your Pilates classes. From engaging your core, getting a great neutral curve in your spine to using your breath effectively. Open to complete beginners, this course is your starting point […]

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Pilates Foundation Course – Wednesdays

If you are looking for Pilates classes in Dublin, this foundation course will bring you through all the basics needed to get a solid foundation for your Pilates classes. From engaging your core, getting a great neutral curve in your spine to using your breath effectively. Open to complete beginners, this course is your starting point […]

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Pilates or Yoga?

Cheese or tulips?  Swimming or cycling ?  Bruce Lee or Rudolf Nureyev? What’s the difference? On the surface, both disciplines present similarities like breathing, moving and wearing stretchy apparel.  When we look closer they are as different as Martial Arts are to Ballet. I’d even go as far as to say that if they were people […]

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What type of posture do you have?

Are you a swayback? A sloucher? Military type? Does your bum stick out a bit too much? Are your hamstrings too tight? Pilates is one of the most effective ways of correcting posture. We always recommend you start a beginners course – see our schedule here Negative effects of poor posture The truth is – […]

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5 Surprising Health Benefits of Qi Gong

Qi gong is a system of energetic and meditative practices that originated in Ancient China, however it’s efficiency in repairing and improving the body are still as effective today. The simple movements of Qigong help balance the flow of Qi (life force energy) so that physical, energetic and spiritual vitality can be restored and maintained. […]

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6 Weeks Mixed Ability Barre Course with Susie Murray

Barre is a fitness class based on the technique and style of a traditional ballet class. The great thing about Barre is you do not need to be a dancer to attend this course (no tap shoes or pointe work required). This practice is a fusion of Ballet, Pilates, and Yoga that will leave you […]

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10 Top Running Tips

It’s that time of year again. People are dusting off their runners and are back pounding the pavement. Whether you’re a hardcore marathon runner or a couch to 5km novice there’s always something you can add to make you a better, safer runner. Here are 10 great running tips to get you started 1. Challenge […]

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Breaking Down the Barre – Beginners Workshop

Barre is a fitness class based on the technique and style of a traditional ballet class. The great thing about Barre is you do not need to be a dancer to attend this class (no tap shoes or pointe work required). This sweet practice is a fusion of ballet, Pilates and yoga that will leave […]

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Progressive Pilates – The Original Sequence with Aideen Macken

When Joe Pilates wrote ‘Return to Life through Contrology’, he picked 34 exercise to create a sequence that moves, lengthens, strengthens, and massages the entire body in full 3D. These exercises have remained at the heart of his comprehensive method. In this 2 hour workshop, one of Irelands best Pilates Instructors will guide you through […]

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5 Unexpected Benefits of Practicing Pilates

We all know that Pilates helps strengthen your core. Most people will be aware of the fact it helps improve your flexibility. Basically your body will look tight and toned with a regular practice. What many people aren’t aware of are some of the extra benefits Pilates brings.  If you’re considering a Pilates foundation course, here’s a list some of […]

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