Scaravelli Yoga

with Uta Kaiser

Friday 10am

14th September – 14th December
(No class 26th October or 1st November)

Drop in €15 (Student/Unemployed €12)

The class is open to all levels of experience, the most important requirements are curiosity and patience.

Uta Kaiser
WebEmail / 087 742 5717


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Scaravelli Yoga explores the inner workings of the body, guided by the breath and the intention to move in a way that feels whole and allows the spine to become free. This requires the limbs to re-connect with the spine, while the breath connects the whole body and allows opening. Gravity encourages deep release and an experience of lightness as a response.

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My approach is personal, slow with hands on support and spoken guidance. We finish with relaxation and meditation, to let body and mind integrate deeply.


For further information please see here.

Yoga for Recovery,

Rejuvenation and Emotional Wellbeing

with Roisi Phelan

Forthcoming in 2019

Wednesday 6.15 – 7.30pm

€120 (8wk course)

Roisi Phelan
Web / Email / 01 278 2616


Anyone is welcome to this group, particularly those:

  • Who feel disconnected from their body.
  • Who are experiencing chronic stress/anxiety/depression/exhaustion.
  • Or, recovering from, or experience ongoing illness.

No previous Yoga experience is required; however, participants who are currently undergoing physical or emotional trauma may further benefit from having an ongoing therapeutic relationship outside the yoga class.


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Roisi has practiced yoga since 1987.

To support her work with teaching yoga to groups and individuals, Roisi completed, in 2012, a Higher Diploma in Communications, Parent Mentoring and Relationship Mentoring/Counselling, through University College Cork.

In 2017 she began an introduction to Trauma Sensitive Yoga, TCTSY, (with the Trauma Centre in Boston); which she continues to study in 2018/2019. Roisi works in private practice, with groups and individuals, as well as in Mental Health Services in Dublin. In her approach to teaching yoga she values the importance of creating an atmosphere for emotional safety within relationships. 


For further information please see here.