Article Tag - "Yoga"
In this workshop, aimed at both those new to running as well as experienced runners, you will learn simple yoga poses and sequences to increase your flexibility, strengthen and lengthen leg muscles and prevent injury in your running practice.
We will learn a breathing exercise (pranayama) to optimise your breath, a joint freeing sequence to loosen up your joints before the run as well as a sequence of post-run stretches.… Read more
Slow down, reflect and re-charge
This new Mindful Workshop is for busy people who want to slow down in a creative way. Park the hustle and re-charge your batteries with a session of mindful activities, talk & discussion and restorative practices to support living a more sustainable lifestyle.
This 2-hour workshop costs €32 (10% discount for members)
Fluid Yoga Strength
Ever feel like your Yoga needs a little more strengthening power – not in a fast sweaty way – but more like a long slow stretchy kind of way that elongates and strengthens gently through the length of your spine all the way out to the full width and breadth of you.
Fluid Yoga Strength uses light resistance bands to bring an added dimension of lightness, fluidity and ‘move-ability’ to our Yoga without the gung-ho effort of traditional strength-training.… Read more
Lady Nada is also linked to sacred sound. Followed by a little meditation on unconditional love and participants would share their intention/what qualities of self-love they wish to bring into their lives.… Read more
Mandala translates as “completion” or “sacred-circle”.
Join me for a fun and exciting Mandala flow sequence.
A Mandala flow involves awakening the body slowly from within and then moving into a dynamic and invigorating sequence where you will begin to travel 360 degrees around your mat.
Using the mind, body and breath to take you through a complete circular yoga journey that will leave you feeling energized and centred for the week.… Read more
When it comes to weight loss and mental health, what you eat may not be as important as what’s eating you.
Many of us will admit to emotional eating, using pleasurable foods to calm and comfort ourselves in times of stress. Managing our stress response helps us to address the underlying reasons why we overeat or eat unhealthy foods. Bonus benefits of being calmer include better mood, improved digestion, increased energy and focus.… Read more