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The elbowroom’s Annual Easter Kids Camp returns on Monday 29th March till Friday 2nd of April. Join us for five days of Fun, Games, Music, Movement, Yoga, Art & Crafts and Zen time.
The camp runs from 9am-2pm daily with different activities ranging from Easter arts and crafts, games and races and exploring springtime at Grangegorman (weather permitting). The camp cost is €110 per child for the five days. Places are limited and demand is high.… Read more
All members and 30 day pass holders can access online classes are part of their membership. Drop in is €7 per class otherwise. Thank you for your support. As a small business, times are tough so we really appreciate it.
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Susan Church one of The elbowroom’s senior teacher training instructors explains what to do if you have a private session with an injured client.
One of you regulars is injured. They have been told to attend Yoga, but it is obvious that they are unable, at present, to fully participate in the classes you provide.
They would like a private session(s) to gain insight into what they should or should not be doing.… Read more
It’s also being used more often by professional athletes as “prehab” (preventative exercises). If your body is functioning correctly then you are stronger when an external force, such as a tackle is exerted. You’ll be able to maintain better balance and are less likely to become injured.… Read more
So often, people let their health & exercise habits slip during the summer months. With holidays, weddings & BBQs, wellness just seems to fall through the cracks. This, however, creates an influx of anxiety as August appears and shakes everybody to their core, literally.
So, what are the benefits of starting or continuing a yoga practice in summer?
As summer is a time for families and friends to get away from their daily routine, yoga classes tend to be a little quieter – leaving more room to breathe, move around your mat and not worry about knocking your neighbour Susan in the nose during a swan-dive.… Read more
When a person is not engaged in any particular activity, something happens in the brain. The mind begins to wander. We start to mull over past conversations or future events. This is type of brain activity can be seen using fMRI scans. Just like a computer that defaults to a screensaver mode when no tasks are being performed, the mind-wandering activity that switches on is called the Default Mode Network (DMN).… Read more