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Marta Bunikowska hosts Workshop: Every Breath You Take, Sunday 12th August@1.30pm

By August 7, 2012March 7th, 2014Mindfulness, Pranayama, Restorative, Teachers, Workshops, Yoga

‘When the breath wanders the mind also is unsteady. But when the breath is calmed the mind too will be still, and the yogi achieves long life. Therefore, one should learn to control the breath’.

Hatha Yoga Pradipika

In this workshop I will teach the basics of breathing as you flow through the postures starting with short flows including Sun Salutations. The practise is based on my study in Chennai last year and my own practise.

You will notice how the breath can guide you deeper into the pose and how it affects your mind- creating balance and steadiness, calm focus and contenment wherever you are now.

The focus will be on the smooth, controlled and yet free breath as you move. Very often we struggle or gasp or pant and are not sure what to do with that part of yoga practise.
Your practise can be a transforming experience and a research field if you listen to your breath.

After series of postures we will move to the sitting position and explore Ujayjii breath.

The workshop will finish with a couple of restorative poses and relaxation with visualisation.

Level 1,2 and above are welcome to attend this workshop.


Learn more about Marta Bunikowska HERE

Date: Sunday 12th August

Time: 1.30pm

Duration: 2hours

Cost: €25

We keep Workshop sizes small for more One-on-one attention and a more relaxed atmosphere to learn and develop your practice.

Inquiries to or Tel 0862282404

Workshop must be booked and paid for in advance. Book early to avoid disappointment.


Author Matt

I started YogaHub out of a room at the back of someone else's house back in 2012 with nothing more than an idea. I'd been teaching Yoga since 2008 and had no intention of opening a Yoga Studio. I think, like everything I've done, I just decided one day I was going to give it a try. And try I did and if you're reading this I guess I'm still trying.

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