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What's on this weekend 19 October Adam Husler
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What’s On This Weekend – October 19, 2018

Want to work up a sweat to fight off the cold weather? Here’s the best of what’s on in the capital this weekend

From a charity spin class to international yoga teachers and free Pilates, there’s no reason to stand still this weekend.

What’s on in Dublin

‘Wear It Pink’ Charity Ride @ Cycle Studio Stillorgan

Get your weekend off to a flying start with Cycle Studio Stillorgan’s charity ride in aid of Breast Cancer Research. October is breast cancer awareness month so join studio co-owner Lisa on the bike for a 60 minute ride followed by light refreshments and a raffle.

Friday, 19 October 2018 at 6.30pm. €20 donations on the door but remember to reserve your bike first here

Adam Husler XXL @ YogaHub

Join international teacher Adam Hustler as he returns to Dublin for a trio of workshops at YogaHub Camden Place.

One of Adam’s classes has had a strong espresso and is now manifesting as an XXL class, featuring branches of sequencing that lead to various peak poses. There’ll be hip opening, spine mobilising, arm balancing, inverting, deep folding, sitting still and plenty more. All in the context of a controlled, vinyasa-base practice including Adam’s accessible style of anatomical instruction.
There’ll be plenty of take ways, both in your understanding of asana, but also from the physical, mental and, perhaps, spiritual experience of this long practice.
Saturday, 20 October and Sunday 21 October. Classes are priced at €35 each or €89 for all three. Places can be booked here 

Sunday Sweat with Lululemon @ Brown Thomas

Join Lululemon in store at Brown Thomas for Pilates with Gigi Tynan. Gigi’s background in dance fuses a creative and graceful flow into a traditional Pilates practice. Gigi loves to inspire others to find the same motivation and enthusiasm for movement as she has. Her classes create a balance, well rounded workout that increase energy, improve posture with a strong focus on alignment and breath.
Sunday, 21 October from 10am – 1045. Entry is free but it’s on a first come first served basis so make sure to pre-register and arrive early. More information available here

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