Article Tag - "Yoga"
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Home to Dublin’s best teachers and beautiful spacious studios, The elbowroom offers classes in yoga, Pilates, body conditioning, Zumba, suspension training. All of which are included in this offer.
– This is a one-time introductory offer available to new clients
– This pass activates when you book your first class
Yoga and running. Two totally different disciplines. What could they ever have in common. More than you’d think!
Yoga will help lengthen tight muscles and will also help to strengthen the core, feet and ankles while improving your posture.It also helps you breath more efficiently and can help you overcome some of the mental challenges that runners undoubtedly face.
Specific muscle groups tend to be over worked while you run due to the repetitive nature of a runners movement.… Read more
Join Sophia Pallaro who will host a 4 weeks course on a ‘Introduction to Mindfulness’ starting Thursday February 18th. This course will explore different mindfulness practices that can help us be more present in and aware of ourselves and our surroundings.… Read more
The practice of meditation is gaining popularity all over the world and is often recommended as a way to help us cope with the chaos of our daily lives.
The benefits of meditation are becoming increasingly apparent and include:
- Improved immune function
- Decreased anxiety
- Stable blood pressure
- Better quality of sleep
- Reduced inflammation in the body
- Improved emotional stability
- Feeling grounded
- Greater mental clarity and connection to intuition
Meditation is a practice that helps us to silence the mind and connect to the stillness within.… Read more
Do you find it tough to get quality time to yourself? Do you need some valuable head space to clear your thoughts and re-energise? Clear a path to clarity with Yoga.Yoga increases Purity of thought
Practicing yoga reduces restlessness and inertia. The more rested and clear your mind is the less likely it is to be constantly chattering, busy getting bogged down with negative thoughts.Yoga calms your thoughts
Our mind can be compared to the ocean.… Read more
I could give you more than 5 reasons why practicing yoga during the Menopause is a good idea for women, but I’ll try to keep it simple. Here are the 5 main reasons why, when peri-menopause hit, I was on the mat looking for ways to navigate the night sweats and the anxieties that took hold and shook me to my core.
It was a bit of an insult then to my ego to learn that I had more to learn as I entered the time of hot flashes, and more importantly, new ground to cover.… Read more