Welcome to Dublin School of Yoga

The DSY believes that Yoga can make a difference to our lives, we believe that only just a short few minutes daily
or a weekly class can help us deal with the stresses of life. We know that Yoga helps to raise of sense of well-being and improve our state of health

NEW CLASS FOR THE OVER 50s

Every Wednesday continuing throughout the year a special class to cater for the OVER 50s

The aim is to keep healthy and fit and to maintain mobility and bone density through posture, we want to avoid all the problems associated with growing older

50s are the new 30s

GET YOUR ASS TO CLASS

Le Cheile Donnycarney 10.15am -11.15 am

50 euro per 4 classes

New Class schedule.

Current schedule of classes .

Saturday mornings Prussia St -Prana Class (multiple rounds of Sun Salutations)-a strong stretching class for experienced students.

Wednesdays Prussia St 8pm-9pm (experienced students).Meditation.

Mondays Le Cheile Donnycarney -beginners  class 7pm-8pm (suitable for first timers)

Tuesdays Le Cheile Donnycarney 6.00pm-7pm( PURE YOGA NIDRA )

Wednesday morning Le Cheile Donnycarney 10.15am-11.15am ( mature students)

Thursday Sean O Casey Centre 6pm-7pm (beginners class)

The Dublin School of Yoga has teamed up with Mindbody and we are now fully online, download the Mindbody App and all scheduled classes are there and can be booked and paid for online.

https://clients.mindbodyonline.com/classic/ws?studioid=785974&stype=40More

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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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OUR TRAINER

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.

Maggie
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.  

Suzanne
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.

Diane
Dublin