Upcoming Workshops and Trainings:
Bi-Monthly Yoga Nidra
Fridays 6.30-7.30pm - 29th September; 13th & 27th October; 10th November; 1st & 15th December
Yoga Nidra (Yogic Sleep) is a method of inducing complete physical, mental and emotional relaxation. It is a deeply relaxing, guided meditation, where you are taken on a journey throughout your body. In essence, your body is 'asleep' and resting deeply, while your mind remains awake. It is said that 30 minutes in yoga nidra is the equivalent to 4 hours' deep, uninterrupted sleep. It enhances creativity and productivity and improves sleep, healing and general health.
Cost : €10 - no yoga experience required
Space is limited, so booking essential. Text Colette on 086 066 6130 to book your place
YogaEd Foundations: Teaching Children's Yoga
This training equips you with the basic principles and tools needed to effectively teach children’s yoga. You will learn yoga techniques to promote children’s physical, mental, and emotional health. Emphasis is placed on learning how to read and relate to children, through understanding child development, anatomy, physiology, and learning domains. From this transformational training, you will emerge with the ability to effectively tailor yoga classes to meet children’s varying needs.
Focus: Ages 3 to 12 / Grades Pre-K to 5th
Materials: To keep the world green for our children, we deliver our course materials digitally. You will receive a digital copy of our course introduction packet and 350 page curriculum upon registration for this Institute.
For more details, please contact Marta on 085 734 1790
Ease into Autumn - An Ayurveda-Inspired Yoga Workshop
Sunday 22nd October, 2-4pm
With every season, our bodies cycle through an organic ebb and flow of change that serves to harmonize and create balance within us. These changes are influenced by the seasons themselves: hours of daylight, foods that are abundant at particular times of the year, weather patterns, and seasonally inspired activities. Although your body will adjust to these changes naturally, it can be beneficial to integrate some simple tweaks into your routine to link yourself more intimately with each season.
Inspired by Ayurveda, the sister-science of yoga, this workshop will seek to balance the changeability and unsettled-ness of the season and to cultivate the opposite environment on the inside of the body - warmth, stability and consistency. We will practice warming and grounding yoga postures, pranayama (breathing techniques), restorative yoga, and deep relaxation, to help nourish your whole system and boost your energy levels.
Suitable for all levels, including complete beginners
For details and booking, please contact Laura on 086 815 9953
Workshops with Jamie Abrams:
Form & Flow Yoga
Friday 24th November 6.30-7.45pm
This Form & Flow yoga class will be a cross-section of sustainable, biomechanic, natural and functional movements meeting traditional yoga postures. We’ll mobilise our joints and bodies in healthy, fun ways. We will glide, rotate and play in our bodies to find more freedom.
Form & Flow with Jamie is a perfect way to end your week, giving you the physical release to deeply enjoy your weekend.
All abilities welcome
Embodied Yoga Principles Workshop
Saturday, November 25th 10:00-12.30pm and 1.30-4.00pm
Full day or half day spaces available
Embodied Yoga Principles (EYP), originated by Mark Walsh, is a pragmatic way of making yoga more meaningful and relevant to our daily lives. EYP will help you reframe your thinking about the way you practice yoga and why you practice yoga. It addresses what is truly important to you adding a deep psychological layering to your practice. Your body does not lie. How you show up on our mat is inevitably how you show up in your life.
This workshop will be particularly useful for yoga teachers, teachers, therapists, coaches, and of course yoga practitioners who have a basic grounding in posture work. This is not a typical yoga workshop – expect to be inspired, laugh a lot and gain some (possibly deep) insights into your own physical/psychological patterns, but in the process expect to be challenged. The day will include sharing experiences with others, group work and partner work.
There will be many familiar aspects to this practice and some very new ones too. However, this work can be potentially more triggering than a traditional yoga class. If you've recently experienced a bereavement, divorce or any other tricky life situation then please contact Jamie before booking to discuss.
EYP is nondogmatic, nontranscendental and nonatheltic. It is yoga for your life not just your hamstrings.
All abilities welcome.
Cost: €35 per workshop or €65 for the full day
For all booking details for both Jamie Abrams events, please contact Laura on 086 815 9953