Article Category - "Yoga and Pilates Teacher Training"
Are you interested in starting 250-hour yoga teacher training? Do you want to spend a year deepening your practice in Ireland’s most established training school?
Why not come along to this open session? It will be a great opportunity to meet the teachers, experience their teaching style and talk to past graduates. The free session will include a practice, so please bring your gear.The Course
Learn to teach yoga in one of Ireland’s most established yoga teacher training school.… Read more
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Firstly, what is a Doula?
A doula is somebody that provides non-medical support for mothers throughout pregnancy, birth and beyond.… Read more
This Foundation course will be a split experience, a moving aspect of our training, expressed through vinyasa flow, while we will further enhance your experience of a stable, unmoving approach through restorative and nidra yoga.
This 12-month yoga alliance UK accredited course is open to all yoga students who have been practicing yoga for 2 or more years. Our experienced instructors Sophia Pallaro, Susie Murray, Yaeli Margalit & Orla Fitzpatrick will bring you through a truly integrated yoga training, enabling you to teach and practice internationally.… Read more
Vinyasa yoga is best known by its dynamic nature. It works through a flowing sequence in accordance with each breath. So, how then, can such a fast-paced class actually bring stillness to the mind?1. Quietens the Inner Critic
It takes a few minutes to really get into ‘the flow’ of a Vinyasa class. At first, your joints are stiff, you don’t know what’s coming next in the sequence and you may be carrying stresses from your day at work or home.… Read more
Working through pregnancy structural and pelvic floor issues with Orla Cross
Join Orla for a comprehensive study of the structural issues that plague your pregnancy clients and supporting pregnancy structural disorders. Learn to:
- Understand the anatomical structure of complex complaints such as sciatica, Symphysis Pubis Disorder (SPD), Tilted Pelvis, Scoliosis, Acute Lordosis, Carpal Tunnel Syndrome
- Understand their implications for pregnancy and birth
- Support the recovery process by avoiding movement that may exacerbate the disorder
- Support recovery by adding exercises into your class
- Pelvic floor and abdominal health – uncover the function of the pelvic floor.