Movement and breath together with some meditative practice are integrated to promote balance and to maintain and improve health at both a physical and a psychological level.
Yoga is not defined by how well a posture is done. Yoga is defined by how it influences our lives and that is where the power of Yoga lies.
Classes are run for both beginning and continuing Yoga students. Classes are small with consistency of the same students thoughout the term, enhancing the learning experience.
Class Diary - 2014
January 14th - April 1st
January 15th - April 2nd
April 29th - July 1st
April 30th - July 2nd
July 8th - August 26th
July 9th - August 27th
September 16th - December 2nd
September 17th - December 3rd
7:30 - 8:45pm
7:00 - 8:15pm
January - April 2014
12 weeks €165
Class fees are non-refundable. In certain exceptional circumstances the fee may be transferred to the subsequent term. If you have missed the beginning of the term, you may be able to join a class during the term.
Marianella, 75 Orwell Road, Rathgar. Five minutes walk from Rathgar village.
Plenty of free parking.
The room is warm, spacious and quiet. Mats and blocks are provided. You are also welcome to bring your own mat.
Class size & Duration:
Classes are limited to a maximum of 10 students per class. Class duration is 1 hour 15 minutes.
Arriving 5 minutes before the beginning of class gives you time to settle before class begins.
What to wear:
Yoga is generally practiced barefoot. Wear comfortable clothes that enable freedom of movement.
The primary aim is to become familiar with and learn some of the core principles of Yoga.
The emphasis is on:
- learning some primary Yoga postures (āsana)
- exploring dynamic and static in terms of postures
- learning how to incorporate the breath into practice
The focus is on development and refinement of breath and movement in postures. Class addresses the fundamentals that deepen your practice.
Depth is enhanced within primary postures through application of subtler Yoga techniques.
Intermediate Yoga postures together with seated breathing practices and meditational techniques are incorporated into the practice.
Some Yoga meditational techniques (mudrā) are explored and developed through seated breathing practices to develop and refine breath and attention.
Yoga in Pregnancy
Yoga students who are pregnant are accommodated within the general group class setting. Yoga postures are modified according to the stage of pregnancy.
Appropriate movement and work with the breath helps to create strength and stability during pregnancy and assists with both the physical and psychological preparation of delivery.
Yoga is beneficial also after pregnancy to rejuvenate the body and to assist with the structural alignment of the body.
For questions and to book contact Michele by phone 086 237 1077 or by email
Directions Marianella Rathgar
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Convenient to Terenure, Rathmines, Harold's Cross, Ranelagh, Dartry, Milltown, Donnybrook, Churchtown, Rathfarnham, Dundrum, Ballinteer, Goatstown, Walkinstown, Crumlin, Ballinteer, Sandyford