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Influences Modern Yoga Flow

The 7 Main Influences of Modern ‘Yoga Flow’.

By Laura Linehan, Students, Teachers, Yoga

There are many yoga classes that fall into the general category of ‘yoga flow’ but what resonates with each student is very personal and depends on what you want from your yoga practice in this particular time of your life. One of the main factors in starting yoga, is choosing what type to try. A very common title of class style in studios is ‘yoga flow’. How it is taught often depends on the teacher and studio. One of the…

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Autumn Yoga

4 Poses For Relaxing Into Autumn

By Asana, Dublin, Ireland, Mindfulness, Motivational, Rachelle Hicks, Restorative, Students, Wellbeing, Yoga, YogaHub

As the weather sets in for autumn, you may notice your body and your mind being swept up with the change. After an active summer, it may be hard to slow down to the pace of autumn. As the late sunny nights of summer die off, the feeling in the air is more of introspection and getting cosy and snug indoors. Check out the following poses for helping to stay grounded and joyful through the transition: Cow Face Pose –…

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YogaHub Teacher Training: The Halfway Point! – YogaHub

By Dublin, Ireland, Motivational, Teachers, Wellbeing, Yoga, YogaHub

I am delighted to say that I am halfway through my 200 hour yoga teacher training program at YogaHub. The course began in September 2015 and runs for one weekend a month until June 2016. I have thoroughly enjoyed the experience to date although at certain points it has been challenging. Here are a couple of valuable lessons that I have learnt during the training process. Learning and development begins outside your comfort zone On the first Friday evening of…

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Don’t Booze It To Lose it!

By Mindfulness, Motivational, Wellbeing, Yoga

Alcohol is a huge part of our culture and it is extremely hard to avoid a few drinking sessions at this time of year. There is nothing wrong with going out and enjoying yourself but the one thing I want to communicate to everybody is to be careful. The majority of bad things that have happened in my life have been the product of alcohol abuse. The reasons these bad things would happen is because I would go out drinking with an end…

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5 Fears I Had Before Starting Yoga Teacher Training

By Dublin, Mindfulness, Motivational, Teachers, Wellbeing, Yoga

I am currently three sessions in to the 200 hour yoga teacher training course at YogaHub. I’m thoroughly enjoying the experience so far and I’m delighted that I decided to sign up to do the course. Before I enrolled on the course I was quite apprehensive about embarking upon my yoga teacher training journey. I suppose I was scared and fearful for a variety of reasons. The main fears that almost held me back included the following: Fear of standing up in…

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Metta Bhavana: Part I

By Asana, Dublin, Ireland, Meditation, Mindfulness, Motivational, Rachelle Hicks, Teachers, Wellbeing, Yoga, YogaHub

You can do this right now. Really, you can. It’s step 1 of Metta Bhavana.   Close your eyes and say to yourself, May I be well. May I be happy. May I be peaceful. May I be filled with love and kindness.   How did that feel? Was it weird? Okay, do it again. Close your eyes and imagine you’re having a really deep conversation with yourself. You’ve just sat down for a long-awaited coffee with You. Or, better…

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Become A Yoga Teacher in Dublin at yogahub

By Dublin, Teachers, Yoga

Become a Yoga Teacher in 2023 in Dublin, Ireland at yogahub So, you love Yoga! In fact, you’re hooked. You can’t believe the positive impact it’s had on your life. You can’t stop talking about it to your friends, and now you’re ready to deepen your practice and your understanding. Maybe even learn to pronounce some Sanskrit and finally nail that elusive handstand. So what next? You’re thinking about doing a teacher training course but you’re not even sure if…

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Welcoming Menchu Hernandez to the Yoga Hub

By Teachers, Yoga

Yoga for me is self exploration. I deeply believe that however I conduct myself on the mat is a metaphor of how I conduct myself in daily life; the mat is for me both a diary and a teacher; and also a healer. My two guides are ahimsa (compassion) and anicca (impermance), and my personal struggle is tapa (self-disciple), which makes me an eternal student. I am indebted to my own teachers, who showed me this path of self-knowledge; teaching…

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Welcoming Johanna Varghese to the Yoga Hub. Johanna starts teaching Nov 14th

By Teachers, Yoga

Johanna Varghese has been practicing Yoga since 1995 and teaching since 2003. She taught with Yoga Ireland and Dublin Buddhist Centre and qualified with Contemporary Yoga in 2005. In 2007 she studied the principles of vinyasa-krama in the tradition of Viniyoga and lineage of Desikachar on the Sadhana Mala course with Dave Charlton, Ranju Roy and Hanna Gillespie of Clonlea Yoga Studio. She has also taken classes with Dave Curtis focusing on safe Asana practice. Johanna has worked with children…

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Welcoming Lisa Quish and Natalya Li to the Yoga Hub

By Yoga

Namaste Lisa and Natalya, Natalya will be teaching Yoga 1-2 on Tuesday mornings from September 25th and Lisa starts teaching Wednesday evenings at the Yoga Hub from September 26th. You can find out a little bit about Lisa and Natalya by clicking their names. Two amazing teachers that have already covered a few classes at the Yoga Hub and been so well received. So happy to have them both facilitate classes at the Yoga Hub. Welcome Natalya and Lisa!!

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