Please choose from one of the two following options:

Studio Classes

I will be teaching live in-person classes in Douglas Yoga Rooms Studio, Douglas East Village (opposite Ramen). The class will also be streamed by Zoom. Classes are ‘Dynamic Flow’ & ‘Chair/Therapy Yoga’.

Class numbers are limited to a maximum of 8 and the room is well ventilated. Students must be fully vaccinated to comply with studio terms and conditions, and must also bring their own props.

Classes will start the week of Monday, the 13th Sept.

Dynamic Flow Yoga Studio Classes - Term of 4 (€50) - BOOKED OUT

Classes begin on Monday, 13th September, at 6:00 p.m., and run for a 4-week period.

Dynamic Flow is a flow class sequencing poses in an instructive and informed way, linking breath and movement with particular attention to functional alignment using alternative ways to explore and enhance posture, flexibility, and mobility.

The class will include both seated and standing poses and some props will be used.

The class includes the fundamentals of breath work and meditation to deepen one’s practice. Level 1-2.

Chair/Therapy Yoga Studio Classes - Term of 4 (€50)

Classes begin on Tuesday, 14th September, at 9:45 a.m., and run for a 4-week period.

Chair/Therapy Yoga is a moderate exercise that promotes flexibility and strength, and is suitable for all, especially people with limited/restricted mobility or those wanting a gentler pace class and who want to do something about their health and well-being, but cannot, for various reasons, sit on a yoga mat for any length of time.

Classes begin with a warm-up through breathing, stretching, and mobility exercises, and continue with guided movements for each part of the body, using props if necessary with most of the class done seated on a chair.
Benefits include improved circulation, increased mobility, improved digestion and enhances brain function.
Students are always advised to work at their own pace.

Chair yoga is an open-level class and is suitable for all.

Online Classes

To book, simply click on the class in the Calendar below. For a description of the yoga styles, click here!

Dynamic Flow Zoom Classes begin at 6:00 p.m. on Mondays
Yin Yoga Zoom Classes begin at 8:00 p.m. on Mondays
Chair/Therapy Yoga Zoom Classes begin at 9:45 a.m. on Tuesdays

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Yoga Styles

Dynamic Flow

Dynamic Flow is a flow class sequencing poses in an instructive and informed way, linking breath and movement with particular attention to functional alignment using alternative ways to explore and enhance posture, flexibility, and mobility.

The class will include both seated and standing poses and some props will be used.

The class includes the fundamentals of breath work and meditation to deepen one’s practice. Level 1-2.

Yin Yoga

Yin yoga targets your deep connective tissues, like your fascia, ligaments, joints, and bones. It’s a slower and more meditative class, giving you space to turn inward and tune into both your mind and the physical sensations of your body.

Because you’re holding poses for a longer period of time than you would in traditional styles of yoga, yin yoga helps you stretch and lengthen those rarely-used tissues while also teaching you how to breathe through discomfort and sit with your thoughts.

Energetically by stretching and deepening into the connective tissue, we’re opening up any blockages and releasing energy Qi ( vital energy) to restore healthy flow. All poses are done seated and poses are typically held for longer to access deeper tissues. The class also focuses on meditation to enhance overall holistic health. The class is open to all levels and can be done after eating and wearing your comfiest PJs!

Chair/Therapy Yoga

Chair/Therapy Yoga is a moderate exercise that promotes flexibility and strength, and is suitable for all, especially people with limited/restricted mobility or those wanting a gentler pace class and who want to do something about their health and well-being, but cannot, for various reasons, sit on a yoga mat for any length of time.

Classes begin with a warm-up through breathing, stretching, and mobility exercises, and continue with guided movements for each part of the body, using props if necessary with most of the class done seated on a chair.
Benefits include improved circulation, increased mobility, improved digestion and enhances brain function.
Students are always advised to work at their own pace.

Chair yoga is an open-level class and is suitable for all.