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NEW ONLINE SCHEDULE

Tuesdays, 6.30pm – a general, basic Vinyasa class suitable for all levels

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Wednesdays, 6.30 – 8pm – Ashtanga Vinyasa for an intermediate level (starting July 15)

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Sundays, 11am – a stronger Vinyasa practice for those with more previous experience.

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Buy a pass for all three classes (20 Euro)

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Please book no later than 15 min before class begins, otherwise you may not get a link. 

You will get a booking confirmation from ayurvedawexford@gmail.com. 

Private 1 to 1 or small group classes as well as Ayurvedic treatments are available by appointment (costs are 50 Euro/hour or 60 Euro/90 min)

To book, please send me an email to sunshineyogawexford@gmail.com or call 0861594508

 

Vinyasa Yoga

The sanskrit word “Vinyasa” means “to place in a special way”. Often it is translated as “ritual”. It refers to a “ritualised” synchronisation between movement and breath. A Vinyasa Yoga class consists of postures that are sequenced in a way that the practitioner can gradually explore and build up their physical abilities while remaining in a constant flow of movement and breath through which we can achieve a state of internal awareness, concentration and meditation.

 

Yin Yoga

Yin Yoga is a very slow and gentle but also very deep penetrating style of Yoga that is a perfect complimentary practice to Vinyasa Yoga.
Yin Yoga has a variety of incredible benefits:

On a physical level:

Fascia, a connective tissue that surrounds all our muscles, bones and organs and forms our ligaments and tendons, can tighten around weaker parts of the body (resulting from previous injury or, postural problems, emotional or physical trauma), causing this body part to feel tight and difficult to open up through a regular Yoga practice.
These tissues need a different approach to being exercised. Yin Yoga uses a variety of postures, mostly on the floor, that can be held for longer periods of time, using gravity and time rather than muscle force.

On an energetic level:

Each posture also works on an energetic level on the Nadis or Meridians of the body (which are situated within the fascia) and can have a similar effect to a Shiatsu treatment or Acupuncture.
Chakra work can also be done through Yin Yoga.

On a meditative level:

Each posture is held for several minutes. The nature of the postures and the longer peroid of time spent in them provide a great opportunity to practice mindfulness, breath awareness and meditation. Practicioners often find this more accessible than merely sitting in a meditative practice.

 

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The sanskrit word “Vinyasa” means “to place in a special way”. Often it is translated as “ritual”. It refers to a “ritualised” synchronisation between movement and breath. A Vinyasa Yoga class consists of postures that are sequenced in a way that the practitioner can gradually explore and build up their physical abilities while remaining in a constant flow of movement and breath through which we can achieve a state of internal awareness, concentration and meditation.

 

Yin Yoga

Yin Yoga is a very slow and gentle but also very deep penetrating style of Yoga that is a perfect complimentary practice to Vinyasa Yoga.
Yin Yoga has a variety of incredible benefits:

On a physical level:

Fascia, a connective tissue that surrounds all our muscles, bones and organs and forms our ligaments and tendons, can tighten around weaker parts of the body (resulting from previous injury or, postural problems, emotional or physical trauma), causing this body part to feel tight and difficult to open up through a regular Yoga practice.
These tissues need a different approach to being exercised. Yin Yoga uses a variety of postures, mostly on the floor, that can be held for longer periods of time, using gravity and time rather than muscle force.

On an energetic level:

Each posture also works on an energetic level on the Nadis or Meridians of the body (which are situated within the fascia) and can have a similar effect to a Shiatsu treatment or Acupuncture.
Chakra work can also be done through Yin Yoga.

On a meditative level:

Each posture is held for several minutes. The nature of the postures and the longer peroid of time spent in them provide a great opportunity to practice mindfulness, breath awareness and meditation. Practicioners often find this more accessible than merely sitting in a meditative practice.

 

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