Welcome Autumn back with Yoga!
Dear friends, due to the current situation I have decided to postpone yoga classes for at least two weeks as of 16th March 2020.
This is to keep us all safe and to support the efforts of those across the border in Ireland, who are making great sacrifices at this time.
I will keep you updated. I will be posting up some online yoga classes for you to practice at home over the next few weeks.
For those who paid in advance, we can either put it towards future classes or contact me directly for a refund.
Do you want to start a yoga practice at home? Do you wonder where to start, or how to make the time or commitment? The simple answer is Sun Salutations.
Sun Salutations (surya namaskar) are a series of yoga postures strung together so that they flow from one pose to another. They are called sun salutations because, in India, they are traditionally done first thing in the morning as the sun rises to prepare the body for the practice of yoga.
Don’t worry if it takes a little time to perfect sun salutations; it takes practice to flow from one posture to the next. Begin by practicing each individual posture in the sequence before trying them together. In the beginning you may only manage one or two rounds, but with practice you should be able to build up to 10 rounds.
Sun salutations work the entire body and are an excellent warm up. They build strength and stamina as well as improve flexibility.