Spring is on the horizon, so how better to celebrate the grand stretch in the evenings than by getting out and about this weekend. Wondering what’s on? Let us sort wade through everything to bring you the best wellness-inspired events taking place around the country.
What’s on in Dublin?
Yoga Brunch at Kerala Kitchen with Kitty Maguire
Bring together the best things about weekend this Sunday and join Kitty Maguire for a 90 minute yin yang yoga morning, followed by a scrumptious veggie/vegan biryani brunch at Kerala Kitchen Baggot st.
The Yoga: A gentle, soothing slow start to allow the body to settle, restore and come home to itself. The class will then build into a gentle yoga flow keeping your yin state of mind as you ignite your yang and playful side with strengthening and grounding yoga postures to nourish your wholeself.
The Brunch: A divine veggie biryani. Served with red onion salad, mint chutney, riata and a delicious side of your choice. AND bottomless chai.
Sunday, 10 February from 11am – 1.30pm. Tickets are priced at €35 and are available here
Introduction to Ashtanga Yoga @ YogaHubCamden
Are you confused about the differences between ashtanga and hatha yoga classes? Then this is the workshop for you!
The tradition and lineage of Ashtanga yoga dates back thousands of years. Yet ir us still today one of the most popular forms of yoga practiced throughout the world. It is a dynamic and physically challenging practice comprised of a number of set sequences. Which, when practiced regularly, are designed to help build strength, balance, stamina and flexibility.
Join Suzanne for a two hour workshop where she will lead and break down a modified version of the Primary Series, making it accessible to all levels. No previous experience of Ashtanga is necessary although some experience of Vinyasa/Hatha is recommended.
Sunday, 10 February from 1pm – 3pm. Tickets are priced at €25 and are available here
What’s on in Westmeath?
Sound Bath and Meditation by Sound Magic Ireland
Did you know that just by listening to sounds your brain can easily move to the Theta state? This can awaken more awareness, intuition, assist with changing old beliefs and patterns, let go of that what holds us back and creating balance and harmony in our life. So, with this in mind join Sound Magic Ireland for a workshop of singing bowls and gongs.
If you simply need to quiet your thoughts, relax or if you want to start a regular meditation practice with the sound and see how this can improve your life. Please take a mat, a blanket and a pillow for your comfort.
Saturday, 9 February from 7 – 9pm. Tickets are priced at €16.34 and are available here