Exploring Yoga SUNDAYS:
Limited to 6 places
If you love yoga and you’d like to learn more about all aspects of the practice, it may seem like the only way to take things further is to sign up for a Teacher Training course. Exploring Yoga is designed as an alternative. It’s a way to deepen your knowledge of yoga with a full 4 hours of practice and study on a Sunday morning (from 9:30 am to 1:30 pm).
The morning starts with teacher-assisted self-practice (Mysore-style). A Pranayama (breathwork) and Meditation class follows after a tea break, then we study Yoga Theory, Philosophy and Asana technique. The morning closes with a deeply relaxing guided Yoga Nidra.
The idea is that you spend a whole morning immersed in yoga and leave feeling inspired, rejuvenated and relaxed. These monthly intensive sessions with a small group of fellow students deepen your understanding of yoga and encourage you to integrate a regular practice into your daily life, so you will enjoy the lifetime benefits that will follow.
The Exploring Yoga Sundays are for anyone who wants to give more time to personal yoga practice and learn more about the science and philosophy behind what yoga is and why it works. All you need is a genuine interest in yoga, whatever your level. You may be a seasoned practitioner, a yoga teacher, or new to the practice. It may be that Exploring Yoga will direct you to a Teacher Training course in the future. Or you may have already completed a Teacher Training course and want to continue your studies and devote more time to your personal practice.
Yoga Asana (Postural Practice & Technique)
Time: 9:30 am – 1:30 am
Limited to 6 places
What students say:
“I signed up to Exploring Yoga’ as a relative newcomer to yoga, with the hope of deepening my understanding of the practice (on both a philosophical and physical level). I got all that and more from the course: Ríonach is an incredibly experienced and intuitive teacher, who expertly managed a group with significantly different levels of experience. I found the course enriching and motivating, and it has helped me in developing a more regular and consistent yoga practice, that goes beyond merely practising the asanas. I feel that this course is just the start of my yoga journey and I would highly recommend it to anyone who is interested in learning more about yoga, but is perhaps not ready to embark on the full 200-hour yoga teacher training, as well as those who maybe have more experience, such as yoga teachers or regular practitioners, who want the space to revisit or further explore certain aspects of the practice.” Molly Joyce, Exploring Yoga student, January – July 2021
BOOK NOW now or contact Ríonach below with any questions.