While the Covid situaton lasts, Yoga classes will be conducted online
Yoga classes now take place on Monday evenings at 6.30 pm and Thursday mornings at 10. The classes are a mix of vinyasa, yin, pranayama and meditation.
Details from Monica Shaka at and www.monicashaka.com.
Come and stretch your body and mind!
According to the ancient texts, we come into this world endowed with light. We are, in fact, expressions of light, but our awareness of this becomes clouded by constant externalised attention and over-stimulation.
The magic of yoga is hard to describe. Not only does it make you feel more supple and strong, it is designed to help release mental obstacles, physical tensions, open your energy channels (chakras and nadis), and ultimately connect you with your higher self.
Yoga can help you to be calmer in everyday situations, confront hardships with a clearer mind, help you persevere towards your goals, and simply, be happier.
A yoga class includes asanas (postures), pranayama (breathing), and meditation.
Pranayama is a key remedy for decongesting & re-balancing our nervous system, the nadis (subtle channels of energy), and for unveiling the light within.
The classes are adapted to all levels.
Come and give it a try for 10€.
Wednesday mornings from 9.30am - 11.00am
Thursday mornings from 9.15am - 10.45am (Yoga Vinyasa)
Thursday mornings from 11.30am - 12.30pm (NEW - Gentle Yoga for stiff people)
Saturday afternoons from 2.00pm - 3.30pm
- 17€ drop-in
- 15€ a class if semester pass
Classes take place in the Bridge Room and sometimes on the cricket field weather permitting.