Class schedule- New to Yoga

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Starting tonight at 8.30pm our NEW PM2 abdominal posture class, 2 Yoga classes per week every Tues and Thurs 8.30pm for 4 weeks 60 euro.

Our morning class has been a huge success with a great group enjoying the benefits of a regular class and we are now in the final week of classes. I am sure we will continue on with this class into July and August.

Tuesday evenings Beginners Yoga 7.30pm

Wednesday evening 8pm-9pm Yoga meditation

Wednesday night 9pm YUMMY Yoga Nidra

If you are new to Yoga one of the  main requirements is to have an open mind, we always recommend that students take advantage of the time in class to leave their worldly problems behind and to use the Yoga class as a special time for them and them alone. No matter what state of health you find yourself in a good designed Yoga class will improve that state of health. If however you have any medical issues it is advised to inform your teacher prior to class. Wear comfortable clothes to class and we usually do the class either in bare feet or socks. I always advise students to bring a good heavy blanket with them for extra comfort while lying on the floor. You are not requires to give up anything like smoking of coffee or alcohol all that is needed is your presence and a positive attitude.

Yoga posture

it is quite common today to see Yoga as a purely physical practice but I can assure you that Yoga has so much more to offer. But lets have a look at some Yoga postures and especially for beginners how do we approach doing postures and stretching. The cliche “no Pain no gain ” does not belong in a Yoga class in fact the opposite is true we advise taking  posture gently and allowing the body to guide you and not the mind, if it doesn’t feel good then it probably isn’t and we dont push the body into positions that it doesn’t want to go into. Another important aspect of stretching is watching the breath,for beginners there is usually a tendency to hold the breath but after a while you will learn to stop this, when we hold the breath there is normally tension and releasing the breath will release the tension, be patient Rome wasn’t built in a day. Yoga is a sincere practice but not serious you most likely will enjoy the class./

semi-inverted poses are just amazing for the upper body especially the head and brain.

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.