SportsYoga.ie is a whole new concept in Sports training.
SportsYoga.ie is about creating balance. Balance in the body – muscular groups, flexibility, mobility and strength. Balance your life with work, family and your busy training schedule. Balance the body mentally, emotionally and physically. Balance between belief and reality. Balance in your training regime. The human body will perform better when not pushed to the limit. SportsYoga.ie will create equilibrium in your training, creating a well-balanced athlete, a person who will enjoy their sport, live and love their game, accept the outcome, learn to let go and move on. Take your Sport to another level with SportsYoga.ie.
Summer timetable 2017
One-to-one Yoga therapy sessions now available
Please contact me for details. May/Jun Schedule – Commences on May 1st.
Monday evening @ Loft Yoga Studio
6:45 pm – Intermediate
8:30 pm – SportsYoga level 2
Tuesday evening @ Loft Yoga Studio
6:45pm – SportsYoga Level 1
8.30 pm – Gentle Style Yoga
Wed evening @ UL Sport Arena
6:00pm – SportsYoga Level 2
Wed evening @ Loft Yoga Studio
7:45pm – SportsYoga Level 2
Thursday evening @ Loft Yoga Studio
6:45pm – SportsYoga level 3
P.A.Y.G €13. Drop in to a second class during the week for €10 (subject to mat availability).
What we do
At SportsYoga.ie I offer expert advice and coaching skills to ensure the safety and well-being of the athlete. I encourage sports enthusiasts to think outside the norm and to jump off the treadmill of stress and frustration while there is still time to save their game. I am offering a whole new experience in training so why wait a moment longer; let us put the wheels of change in motion today.
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