In these strange times it seems more important to keep ourselves active and well. Yoga is ideal for home practice, I am sure we can find a space in our houses where we can lay a mat on the floor and give us a space to get some Asana done. Most if not all Asana have a positive effect on our immune systems and will keep us balanced in this unusual time.

We all now have lots of time, time that we can spend meditating and getting some powerful Pranayama in, we here at the Dublin School of Yoga will be offering online classes starting from this week. We will have a range of classes to suit most people…stay tuned also on FB and Instagram (Dublin School of Yoga )


DSY first online class

Wednesday morning 8 am, a nice morning class with Sun salutations and meditation. If you would like to join this class please contact or text.

086 8688627



This year Cormac will be taking the Foundation Course Tutor with the British Wheel of Yoga (BWY) and continuing on next year to the Diploma Course Tutor with the view in mind to begin offering Teacher Training here in Dublin which will be accredited to the BWY this will be a first here in Dublin and will also help raise the standard of Yoga teaching…watch this space


Saturday and Wednesday mornings 7 am  -Prana Class (multiple rounds of Sun Salutations) 7 am

Wednesday evenings -8 pm-9 pm (experienced students). Tantric Meditation Antar Mouna.

Thursday  6 pm-7 pm BEGINNERS CLASS . stretching and meditation.


This year we are also running classes for St Vincent de Paul in Ozanam house on Mountjoy Sq, we particularly enjoy these classes as they are for the community. We have 2 Monday evening classes there, a beginners class from 7.30pm-8.30pm and a slightly more advanced classes from 8.45pm-10pm if you want to join these classes you have to contact Ozanam house.

Also we are running courses with the ETB, we hosts classes in the Artane/Coolock resource and in Mornington House details of these classes can be found on their website. these classes are for the more mature students in the area and one of the classes is Chair based. I will post a link for these classe soon.


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Welcome to Dublin School of Yoga

Choose Your View and Start Your Yoga

We have opened the DSY to be of service to people, we are here to help. We will be working with the hospitals and the business community and all the social services in the area, we will have classes for school kids, their teachers and the parents, we will have classes for the elderly and for people who may be suffering.

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Choose your trainer and see his profile

The MD and founder of the Dublin School of Yoga (DSY) is Cormac Lennon. Educated in the prestigious Bihar University of Yoga in Munger, India and in the well-established Mandala Yoga Centre, Wales, Lennon has over 15 years’ experience of teaching yoga and adult education.

“I was diagnosed with Rheumatoid Arthritis last year. Although I am only attending for a short time, I find the classes calming and helpful with my outlook towards my RA. With the physical exercises he teaches us, I now find I can get up off the floor unaided which I haven’t done for a long time.
I now look forward to your weekly classes knowing the support and knowledge you are giving us will help to improve our health further. Helena

I joined Cormac,s classes for the meditation and relaxation but quickly discovered the great benefit of mixing the physical exercise with breathing and meditation.Everything you need in a single session.

His classes are well organised and very enjoyable. Instructions are modified depending on the needs & abilities of the individual pupils.

Yoga Student

In the eight years that I have been a  yoga student of Cormac Lennon, Yoga has been a very positive contribution to my life. It has provided me with great physical mental and emotional well being. It brings deep peace and connection, self acceptance and self  responsibility. Attending yoga on a regular basis has given me the ability manage stress in my work place with calm and compassion. My experience of yoga has helped me to  keep healthy, choose life, have self respect and respect for those I come in contact with. Yoga is for everyone.  

Yoga Student from Dublin

I have Muscular Dystrophy. Over the years, we have been working on the breathing, keeping what i have strong and building on that strength.  This has helped me in a lot of tough times when I start to hyperventilate, I am able to regain control of my breathing again with a few helpful tips from class.