workshops & events
Workshops & Events
‘Over the years we’ve had many different types of workshops. We have always been interested in giving everything a try from laughter yoga, Kundalini yoga and Chakra yoga, to big ball Pilates and Sound bath healing. But by far, our most popular workshops have been Restorative yoga, Yin yoga and Facia Flow Pilates. We run these workshops frequently, usually on Friday evenings. The perfect way to unwind at the end of a busy week!
As soon as it is safe to do so we will have Restorative and Yin yoga workshops back at the studio. For the time being we are running mini versions on-line Follow us on Facebook and Instagram and stay updated on upcoming dates. Any concerns don’t hesitate to contact us via email, social media, sms or phonecall.
All events & workshops are payable in advance online.
Upcoming Workshops & Events
We are looking forward to the day when we will be able to run workshops again in our studio but for the time being, we have no up coming workshops scheduled. Instead we are running mini versions online. You can pay as you go or use your current class pack to book your spot. Please check our current timetable for all upcoming restorative or yin yoga classes.
- Livestream restorative yoga class Friday 12th Feb 2021 at 7.30pm. No previous yoga experience needed, just an open mind and willingness to unwind and relax deeply.
- Livestream yin yoga class Friday 29th Jan 2021 at 7.30pm. This practice can help to reduce stress, release facia and brings calm to both mind and body.
Past Workshops & Events
November 28th 2020 is the official launch of Irish Federation of Yoga Teachers and, on that day, we are providing 2 free online classes as part of this nationwide iniative. The launch is designed to raise awareness of the significance of yoga as health support for people at this time and beyond. Yoga in its simplest form provides meditation and mindful movement techniques that can reduce stress and enhance general wellbeing.
Book as usual via Mindbody for livestream via zoom (codes via sms) or join us with facebook live. You are welcome to either or both easy flow yoga with Brid at 11am (60 min) and a taste of restorative yoga with Marie at 5pm (30 min) for free.
Restorative Yoga Workshop
Enjoy 2 hours of sheer relaxing bliss in this restorative class at a slow, gentle pace. Using props like blocks, blankets, bolsters & straps to explore poses to deeply relax the body and open the mind. This class is suitable for all, no previous yoga experience is needed. It is the perfect antidote to the busy lifestyles of today. Give yourself permission to rest, relax deeply and reboot! You will leave this class feeling refreshed, restored and relaxed.
The restorative yoga workshop held on 6th March was in great demand (fully booked in advance with many people on the waiting list). Due to this unprecedented demand we are running a 2nd restorative yoga workshop this month, book and pay in advance to secure your spot and avoid disappointment.
Time: 7.30pm – 9.30pm
Yin Yoga Workshop
Yin yoga consists of a series of long-held, passive floor poses that mainly work the lower part of the body – the hips, pelvis, inner thighs, lower spine. These areas are especially rich in connective tissues. The poses are held for up to five minutes, sometimes longer. Practice of Yin yoga can reduce stress and anxiety, improve flexibility, release fascia and improves joint mobility resulting in balance and calmness for both mind and body.
Time: 7.30pm – 9.30pm
Fascia Flow Workshop
Try this full body facia flow incorporating Pilates. This 90 minute workshop will gently release tension in the body, rehydrate the muscles and regulate the autonomic nervous system. The facia forms the largest system in the body as it is the system that touches all other systems.
Facia is a complex network of connective tissue that extends continuously from your head to your toes. This web of tissue surrounds and protects every other tissue and organ of the body. Facia is a fibrous tissue that is extremely strong but also very flexible. Healthy facia is relaxed and can stretch and move without restriction. However, following physical trauma and inflammation (from sports injury, fall, car accident, repetitive stress etc) the facia loses its pliability. It becomes tightly restricted and a source of tension to the rest of the body.
Time: 7.30pm – 9.30pm