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Dance of Yoga
Fumbally Court, Fumbally Lane, Dublin 8, Dublin, Dublin, IE
Phone: +3530851595751
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school description

Welcome to Dance of Yoga "If you are distressed by anything external, the pain is not due to the thing itself but to your own estimate of it; and this you have the power to revoke at any moment." --Marcus Aurelius Yoga is, most simply, a method for recognizing and identifying with joy and stability in your life. The physical benefits are numerous, but the biggest influence of a yoga practice will be the ease with which you live. Please enjoy the site, and I hope to see you soon! --Deirdre

School Website

http://danceofyoga.com/

Vinyasa Yoga

Vinyasa Flow

Vigorous and dymanic, Vinyasa Flow is the graceful and thoughtful sequencing of yoga postures to create new awareness and opening. The practitioner will be left at ease mentally, and invigorated physically. Each class includes breath awareness and work, Sun Salutations, standing postures and standing balances, introductions to arm balances, seated postures and relaxation. Vinyasa Flow is comparable to Ashtanga in the level of work required, but includes a greater variety of postures.

Hatha Yoga

Hatha Flow

A gentle flowing practice, more relaxing than vigorous in nature. The practitioner will heighten awareness of breath and body and learn to trust their physical intuition while gently going deep into the yoga postures and the peaceful yogic mindset.

Prenatal Yoga

Prenatal

These gentle and relaxing classes open the body and prepare the mind for the childbearing months, labor and motherhood. Deep relaxation is taught, and the steadfast mind necessary for a joyful labor and delivery will be experienced. Much of the joy of prenatal yoga is found in sharing this important time of life with other mothers-to-be.

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Organiser: Deirdre Murphy

  • I began practising yoga at the age of 17 in my home state of Alaska, exploring it as a physical practise to compliment my dance background. After moving to Chicago at the age of 20, I discovered Astanga Vinyasa yoga, and knew I'd found home. Finally, the chance to move in an uninterrupted flow for 2 hours! The other 7 limbs began working their way into my consciousness as well, and in 2001 I did my first teacher training while living in San Francisco. I began teaching yoga not only for the chance to share transformative experience with other folk, but also as a way to augment my income as a dancer. After a year or two my interest in dance waned as my yogic leanings and learnings waxed, and I moved to teaching full time. Perhaps as a result of dancing less, I started moving away from the strict rigour and daily repetition of the Astanga Vinyasa practice (though I went on to enjoy a teacher training with David Swenson), and began experimenting with creating my own yogic flows. I have always enjoyed the physical intensity brought about by the vinyasa style, and found that I loved translating the huge variety of yoga asana into coherent, structured flows. I found the book Moving Into Stillness, by Erich Schiffman, and found that his intuitive style was similar to my own experience of yoga. I went on to do a teacher training with him in Santa Barbara, which opened my mind immensely. After teaching and travelling my way through many more of the states, and starting a family, I moved to Ireland. To my surprise I found myself again drawn in to the world of professional dance, where I find my daily yoga practice to be a grounding, stabilising and inspirational influence.
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