Corporate & Organisations

Today begins the journey to a new You

Corporate Wellness

Staff care and wellbeing

Modern day organisations are realizing more and more that their greatest asset is their staff, they hold all the intellectual capital and have the experience and skills necessary for the organisation to prosper and grow, it makes good business sense to give staff the tools necessary for them to flourish at work and to gain a better Life/Work balance.

 

Research has confirmed that we only perceive what we expect to perceive, achieve what we expect to achieve and that our subconscious mind will always impede or override our conscious attempts to achieve goals in which we don’t subconsciously believe.

Yoga in the Workplace

 

Yoga in the Workplace

The Dublin School of Yoga offers a range of services to Corporate Ireland. It is our aim to assist organisations in the welfare and care of their workforce.

Our Services to your organisation.

Morning Yoga class- posture getting the body moving and ready for the day ahead.

Lunchtime class- take some of the stress away with a midday class

Evening class- to deal with any stresses from the day past.

Half day/full day workshops, stress management, posture at work.

Team building Yoga classes.

Focus and concentration tuition -classes for individuals who may have difficulty concentrating.

All the proposed classes will help staff with any stress issues and will help assist in keeping a calm productive attitude to work.

 

 

We are accredited with the British Wheel of Yoga and have full insurance and CPD.

Cormac has been practicing mindfulness and teaching mindfulness based techniques for 15 years, he has been working as a tutor since 2001.He studied in the world-famous Bihar University of Yoga India and qualified as a teacher in the Mandala Yoga Ashram Wales. He is the founder and leader of the Dublin School of Yoga which promotes Yoga and Mindfulness. He is a member of the Irish Institute of Training and Development (IITD) and recently qualified as a Learning and Development specialist and will continue his studies in HR development.

Danielle Connolly MA Psychology. Danielle had vast experience in Adult Ed and is an amazing tutor, she has a passion for helping others achieve greater skills in themselves and promoting themselves.

The Dublin School of Yoga is accredited to and a member of the British Wheel of Yoga, all teachers are fully qualified and insured and records of their CPD can be found through the BWY website.

The classes can be run for periods of up to 8 weeks or as a continuous weekly staff activity.

Physical-stress related tension

Mental -mental focus and acuity

Personal Development-goal setting-coaching

Times and dates can be decided to suit the organisation and all classes take place on site if a suitable room is available.

 

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