Ireland’s yoga scene is booming, and with an array of new gorgeous yoga studios in Dublin to try – there’s never been a better time to try a new teacher or a workshop. From bright airy spaces to cosy studios, we’ve rounded up our favourite new spaces to visit
Zoe O’Connell is here with her favourite new yoga studios in Dublin to ensure that you’re never skipping on your practice
Nestled down Waterloo Lane, this urban oasis is opened its doors just last year. Founded by two of Dublin’s favourite names in Wellness – Lee Tracey and Annie Kirwan, Reformation provides classes in yoga, reformer Pilates, barre and HIIT to name a few. Full of natural night and beautiful greenery, the studio exudes calm. It’s the perfect membership for those looking for intimate classes and community vibes. Friday evening’s ‘Wind Down’ class, a strong vinyasa flow followed by complimentary wine and refreshments is the perfect way to end a busy week.
A newly opened ‘Wellness collective’ based in Blackrock Market, Well Space includes yoga, Pilates, holistic and nutritional services. With a mix of yoga classes from ashtanga to vinyasa and yin, this intimate yet airy studio has something to offer every yogi. Try their yoga brunch – with a class from the wonderful Maura followed by brunch at Shaka Poke.
The Space Between
A brand new concept, The Space Between is a multidisciplinary space offering yoga, hot yoga, meditation, breathwork and movement classes as well as art exhibitions, workshops and events.
Designed by Jordan Ralph and owned by Dave Smith, this luxe studio is located on Fenian Street in Dublin city. The space also has a cosy and familial café to facilitate a hang-out space along with a hospitality offering for the general public who may just want to pop in for a cuppa and read of their book. Did we also mention it’s dog-friendly?
Moons Yoga Loft
Situated above Fable + Stey in Blackrock, Moons Yoga Loft is a dreamy, bright space owned by yoga teacher Sinead Mooney. The space radiates good vibes, just like Sinead herself. The perfect place to chill out at the weekend. Start your day with an energizing yoga class followed by a delicious healthy brunch downstairs.
The Calm Rooms
The Calm Rooms is a wellness hub in the heart of the idyllic surroundings of Monkstown Village. Tucked away beside That’s Amore, they specialise in therapeutic treatments, evidence-based practices, meditation, yoga and pilates.
Attend a yoga class and stroll down to Seapoint afterward for a sea swim or enjoy a hot chocolate at Salt Cafe nearby.
Yogi’s favourite YogaHub, has expanded its offering with a new studio in Swords. This is a modern, welcoming studio, with fresh and challenging yoga classes. YogaHub is a space to work you out, open you up and let you breathe. Friendly teachers are creative, attentive and fun; with classes for everyone – from beginner to guru.
The Yoga Kitchen is a community studio based in the beating heart of The Liberties, set up in 2018 by Yoga Teacher Máirín O’Grady. Residing above the buzz of Two Pups Coffee their intention is to embody the warm hearth of the Irish kitchen, where the door is always open, the fire lit, and a welcome waiting.
Yoga Kitchen’s amazing team of teachers is what makes the space. They all guide each class with kindness, care, and passion for the practice of yoga.
Zoe O’ Connell is a 200hr RYS certified yoga teacher living in Dublin. A marketer by day, Zoe is passionate about bringing yoga to everyday life, yoga for the modern body and mind. Find out more at onelifeyoga.co
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