Restorative Yoga Workshop

Why do Restorative Yoga?

This is a slow, gentle yoga practice that aims to reduce stress and improve your health.

Among many things, restorative Yoga can give you a sense of peace and calm in a busy world. For over 20 years Yoga Ireland has been inspiring people to develop and maintain various styles of practice. In addition to being passionate about sharing the benefits of Restorative Yoga with people.

Restorative yoga enhances flexibility.
Improves capacity for healing and balancing.
Balances the nervous system for overall health
Restorative yoga stills the mind.
Boosts the immune system and improves overall health
Develops qualities of compassion and understanding toward others and self.
Restorative yoga deeply relaxes the body.
Enhances mood states.
Yoga therapy for back problems

Yoga Therapy is a successful therapy in alleviating back pain. Attending regular yoga sessions with qualified teachers, who tailor classes to your specific needs can help to relieve back pain, tight muscles, strengthen and create flexibility where appropriate.

Restorative Yoga Workshop

Facilitated by Yoga Ireland’s Catriona Mc Cormack

November 4th. 12-3pm
At the Oscailt Integrative centre, 8 Pembroke Road, Dublin 4
Time: 12-3pm
BOOKINGS:

Fee: €35 Early Bird: €30 when you book by October 31st

Please contact us to reserve your place in this workshop.
*(353)87 6811240 infoyogaireland@gmail.com

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What are the benefits of Yoga therapy?

Yoga as a therapy can be used to address specific physical or emotional limitations. In a general sense, it can address things like back problems, stress management, illnesses, pain management, post injury, toning certain muscle groups. Together we at Yoga Ireland will discuss what your personal goal is and how to achieve them.

What are the aims of Yoga therapy?

Yoga therapy with Yoga Ireland aims to place the body in a position of self-healing with the help of a therapist.

It can restore the natural balance and harmony, bringing positive good health to all parts of life – physical, mental and spiritual. It can be practised in conjunction with any medical treatments you are already receiving, and also in tandem with other complementary therapies. No prior experience of yoga is necessary before starting. It cultivates body/mind integration and a sense of harmony with life.

How long do Yoga therapy sessions last?

You can expect that the initial consultation would be between 60 & 90 minutes. This would be followed by sessions that can last up to 1 hour depending on your requirements.

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