I would like to thank all of my regular customers that enjoy my classes both in the Loft Yoga Studio/ University of Limerick, and the Limerick Strand hotel.
At the year comes to a close , I have to say that I had a very successful year both on a personal level and business level.
I received a Post Grad Dip in Therapeutic yoga and the knowledge that I have gained has been an added bonus to my business. Therapeutic yoga is a specialized area and over the year I have helped many individuals with ailments/sport injury through yoga postures,breathing and Yoga Nidra. Scott Murphy www.Inmotionphysio.ie and I have developed the Live In Motion Program which is aimed to encourage people of all ages to stay moving on a daily basis. I have continued to develop my Sportsyoga programs with yet another program coming on board early 2014. I have had the honour of working with Limerick F C senior and under 19 teams. Limerick F A I, University of Limerick elite rowers. Irish Youth Choir.
I also worked along side Andree Walkin who competed in the World Tri-athlete champion in London this year. John Conlon ( Clare All Ireland Hurling Champs 2013). John had been hampered with injury so we mainly focused on Yoga Nidra in preparation for the All Ireland finals. Over the summer I worked with Dan Murphy -lead singer for Hermitage Green @www.hermitagegreen.com who have launched their new album this week. I am currently working with Paul Devaney @ www.Irishsevensummits.com. Paul is an Irish mountaineer whose aim to climb the seven highest summits in seven years. He has successfully completed five of these summits . At the end of this month , he is going to Antarctica and finally Mount Everest in April. Paul has been living in the High Altitude house in UL and we work together on breathing techniques, mental focus and visualization for his trip. Finally and not least , I am working with Ian Dowling ex Munster/Ireland rugby player. Ian is impressed with the concept on combining Sport and Yoga and is in his final year of Physiotherapy in UL.
So I am looking forward to a quite Christmas with my family, time to recharge my batteries and be ready to take on the world in January 2014.