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Life can be a rollercoaster ride. We go up and we go down and have to face things we would rather run away from. In this kundalini yoga workshop, we explore our courage to move beyond the places that scare us, and the creation of a space of love, compassion and kindness for ourselves where healing can take place.
This particular dynamic Kundalini Yoga kriya (particular sequence of postures) will focus on the water element of joy of the second chakra, the constant flow of energies that allow for change to take place and let us move away from stagnation.… Read more
Here’s a quick question and answers session with Inés Lawlor, the co-ordinator of our Therapeutic Yoga For Children Training course.Who is the course For?
Inés: This course is for qualified kids yoga teachers, occupational therapists, parents, SNAs, caregivers and school teachers who want to help with children with additional needs. Dealing with kids with Down’s syndrome along with Autism, ADHD, cerebral palsy, DCD Dyspraxia and emotional behavioural difficulties will be covered during the course.… Read more
I am going to tell you a story. Neither a farce or tragedy. But both.
A mystery some might say: so unbelievable we need your help to solve it #freethecupcakedozen
Once upon a time a group of mothers wanted to show their love for midwives.
Demonstrating an annual appreciation of the amazing dedication of midwives on international midwifery day, The elbowroom baked and distributed boob cupcakes to all the Dublin maternity hospitals.… Read more
Mindfulness is a gentle way of being present and seeing clearly what is happening in your life.
Being aware of what you are doing while you are doing it. Have you ever gone for a walk and realised at the end of it you were so completely consumed with your thoughts you never took in your surroundings, felt the wind on your cheek, smelled a scent on the breeze or acknowledged your limbs working to propel you forward?… Read more
“I’ll get fitter in January”, famous last words eh? This year why not try and be the best person you can before the clock strikes 12 on the 31st December. Keeping fit and active during the Christmas period means you’re less inclined to over indulge in the festive season. If you’re staying active there’ll be more of a chance of you reaching for the box of chocolates once on Christmas day and putting it back down.… Read more
So you’ve recently started your Kundalini practice but are unsure what seasonal change and Kundalini have to do with each other. Here’s a short piece that will help explain:
Seasonal Kundalini Yoga is about practicing Yoga in tune with nature. The aim is to enhance the natural balance of the body and mind through Yogic exercises and meditation that are associated with the season. By working with our dominant organs in we move towards a place of equanimity and peace.… Read more