Yoga

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Yoga helps to bring the body back into alignment, it tones, builds strength and increases flexibility. It detoxifies and invigorates the various bodily systems. On a more subtle level it brings a sense of calm, develops focus and concentration, and allows us to unite the body and mind.

At Balance our classes are Ashtanga Vinyasa and Vinyasa Flow.

To see our up-to-date Yoga schedule, click here!

You can start any time, there is no fixed start date, you just need comfortable clothes, a mat and a bottle of water to hydrate after class. If you don’t have your own mat, we have some spare… there’s no charge, we just ask that you wipe it down at the end of your class.

Please come early on your first night to register. If you are under 18, you’ll need a parent or guardian to sign a form. Classes are suitable for 16 years +

Class fees:

Please try and bring the correct amount!

Drop-in 15 euro

8 Class Pass: 80 euro (valid for 8 weeks)

Ashtanga Yoga

This refers to the system that was taught by Guru Sri. K Pattabhi Jois in Mysore, India. Ashtanga translates as “eight-limbed” and refers to the eight limbs outlined by Patanjali in the Yoga Sutras. They include moral and ethical guidelines, postures, breathwork, sense withdrawal, concentration, and meditation. This style of yoga is a process and the postures are learned in a specific sequence coordinating breath with movement. Through following the sequence and utilising the tristhana elements of ujjayi breath, bandha and drishti, the body realigns and becomes strong. On a more subtle level, concentration and focus increase and this leads us into a meditative state.

Yoga in Dublin