Are you looking to unwind this weekend and wondering what’s on? then here’s three of the best yoga-focussed events taking place in Dublin over the next few days
Are you a yoga fan looking to change your practice? Then one of these three events will surely add an extra awesome to your asana!
What’s happening in Dublin?
Yocella with Kitty Maguire @ Reformation
Join Kitty Maguire and Anna Marcossi for a slow-paced yoga practice of deep opening and surrender to the hypnotic voice of the cello. No experience is needed for Yocella! Instead, it’s a self-care practice of yin yoga, live cello, silence and poetry to support the body when life gets a little too yang, fast and busy. What we all need as we hurtle towards the end of summer.
Sunday, 11 August from 4pm – 6pm. Tickets are priced at €35 and are available here
Deep House Yoga Project @ DTwo
If you missed the last Deep House Yoga session, make sure you don’t make the same mistake twice! Join Celtic duo Saoirse Connolly and Jen Stallard as they merge the ancient tradition of yoga with the sounds of today’s underground, adding a bit of oomph to your OM!
Expect to go on a journey of the senses via a juicy vinyasa flow set to a spine-tingling sound track of your fave deep house beats intricately woven into each breath and movement. All levels are welcome!
For a taste of Deep House Yoga Project check out DJ Jen Stallard’s Sound Cloud
Saturday, 10 August from 12pm – 1.30pm. Tickets are priced at €24.21 and are available here
Chocolate Yoga @ Fumbally Stables
Chocolate and yoga? Yes please! Just a word of warning, the chocolate will come in the form of a cacao ceremony, a plant medicine from Guatemala. Cacao has been used for centuries as a shamanic healing tool rooted in helping to rebalance energies and restore good health. This will be combined with breath work and slow relaxing yoga asana with an internal heart focus.
Combined the cacao, breathwork and yoga will unravel the nervous system to create a whole new experience that you can take into your every day life!
Sunday, 11 August from 12pm – 2.30pm. Tickets are priced at €38.22 and are available here