Clonlea Yoga Studio
Clonlea Yoga Studio was established in 1990 by Hanne Gillespie. Initially located in an extension to her family home, it has since developed into a purpose built building.There are currently ten teachers who teach regular classes and others who use the studio for specific workshops. It is situated in a tranquil environment in Blackrock, County Dublin.
Clonlea Yoga Studio aspires towards being a receptive and responsive environment. As the inhale and exhale of the breath, it lives through an ongoing process of exchange.
Clonlea Yoga Studio has evolved out from the Viniyoga approach. While many of the teachers have trained in and teach Viniyoga, the studio has grown to incorporate other aproaches Please see individual teacher profiles for more information.
Yoga at the studio includes :
Through the development of complementary interests among the individual teachers and the involvement of teachers from other inspiring backgrounds, the studio has grown out from its roots. The community of teachers now offers a variety of harmonious approaches towards strengthening the relationship between mind and body.
Complementary practices at the studio includes:
New! Gentle Yoga
Thursdays 6 - 7.15pm
In this Gentle Yoga class we move slowly - taking extra care of the low back, shoulders and neck. We mindfully explore movements that nourish us and release tension. While we use gentle strengthening movements to support a healthy spine, the main focus lies on relaxation. Recent research has shown that stress can lead to pain-causing inflammation in the connective tissue of the body. Breathing exercises (pranayama) and restorative poses throughout the class will help to calm the nervous system, relieve stress and reduce pain.
This class has been developed based on my research on low back pain, and hence is suitable for most people with injuries such as herniated / bulged discs as well as those seeking relaxation and stress relief. Please inform me of any injuries / medical conditions you may have before your first class.
If you have questions, contact me via 089 2070410 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
Julia Kleinfeld specialises in therapeutic yoga for low back pain and stress relief. In addition to regular yoga classes, themed workshops, and private sessions, she also teaches laughter yoga which is a fun and effective practice to strengthen the immune system.
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€65 or €55 early bird (2 weeks in advance)
(Please see Complementary Practices page for dates)
Open to all regardless of vocal experience, these workshops are a lovely mixture of:
- healing the chakras through sound
- exploring vowel sounds and natural sounds such as laughter and groaning
- breathing, stretching and energy awareness exercises
- deep meditative chanting from various spiritual traditions, followed by restorative silence
- learning about musical cultures and wisdom from around the world
- global harmony songs for change and transformation, personally and globally
- indigenous songs with movement and percussion to connect to mother earth
- sound baths for individuals to receive sound energy and love from the whole group
- improvisation and exploring ourselves and our connections to others through free vocal expression
Rachel Dempsey has been running Global Harmonies workshops and events since 1997. Rachel is dedicated to promoting harmony in individuals, communities and the world, through singing and voice work. Rachel has a background in ethnomusicology and has also studied Sound Healing with Daniel Perret, and believes that we can harness the wisdom of cultures from around the world and use voice and sound to connect to ourselves, to others and to spirit. She has a very inclusive approach and has worked with many groups in Ireland and beyond.
086 309 7232