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The elbowroom
The elbowroom, 32 North Brunswick Street, Stoneybatter, Dublin 7, Dublin 7, IE
Phone: +35316779859

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The elbowroom is Dublin’s favourite well-being hub. We help you and your family to reach your health and happiness goals. Whatever your time of life we have services to care for your mind and body. Our center offers a comprehensive schedule of classes, workshops, events and services including: yoga and meditation classes fitness classes including Pilates, body conditioning and Zumba pregnancy yoga and pilates, mum and baby yoga, pilates, body conditioning, zumba and infant massage with child minding facilities comprehensive teacher training in beginners yoga and pregnancy yoga and childrens yoga teacher training, a multidisciplinary clinic with experienced practitioners offering physiotherapy, physical therapy, osteopathy, acupuncture, homeopathy, massage and more. a centre for children including those with additional needs through Occupational Therapy, Speech and Language therapy and other integrated services. Our Mission The elbowroom is Dublin’s foremost multi-disciplinary health centre, enabling you and your family to reach your health and well-being goals. We do this by delivering a comprehensive schedule of classes and services to promote mind and body health. Our classes benefit you whatever stage in life you might be at – from pregnancy yoga whilst residing in your mammies tummy, dynamic challenging yoga in your middle years, up to gentle yoga in your 80’s and 90’s. Walking From manor street – You want to make your way to Brunswick Street. Walk down manor street towards the liffy and stay on the left hand side. When you come to a centra on the corner with Walshes pub on the opposite corner, you want to take a left between pub and Centra. Keep on the left hand side. Keep walking past some apartments until you cross a cobble stone road. In front of you, you will see a two story stone cut building called the old woolen mill. Keep going with the building along on your left and walk into the archway through the 12 foot high black metal gates. From the Liffy – reverse the instructions above and walk past walshes pub and turn right into brunswick street. From the LUAS (red line)- Get off at the smithfield stop and walk into Smithfield square. Keep walking to the top of the square towards North King Street. At the top of the square you will see The cobblestones pub (nice pub by the way). Walk along side the pub on the cobble stone road. At the T-junction at the top, go left. Keep walking until you see some traffic lights, stay on the same road but cross over towards Pepe’s cafe (large neon sign saying “Italian Cafe”), pass a garage workshop and arrive at the 12 foot high metal gates. By Bike There are bike lanes around most of the route to the studio. There is also a Dublinbikes sharing point at smithfield LUAS stop. The elbowroom has secure bike locks outside of the studio for you to use. However, as we do live in Dublin, please always double lock your bike. Once D-type and one chain is a good tip as the pesky theives normally carry one type of lock busting tool. By Car Driving – If you are driving please look at the following route map and parking map. Brunswick Street is one way. You need to enter Brunswick Street from Manor Street, either driving down manor stree and turning left at the centra into Brunswick street or, crossing the Liffy at the James Joyce bridge or driving up past the law society and turning right into Brunswick street between Walshes and Centra. Parking – Please do not park in the studio car park as this is for staff and the other businesses who operate from the complex. Paid parking is available around in the area (see the map).

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Hatha Yoga

Hatha Yoga is a slightly slower paced stretching class with simple breathing exercises and some meditation. This class is great for beginners and for those of us trapped at a desk all day who need a nice slow stretch for their muscles.

Hatha means “Union”, and the intention of this class is to unify your mind and body. A good way to thing about yoga is a moving meditation. With this in mind, think about how moving and co-ordinating your breath will help to calm and still your mind. Whilst repairing and strengthening your body.

Many people love the relaxed feeling they get from a Hatha yoga class, it’s a lovely way to start and end your week.

Vinyasa Yoga

Vinyasa Yoga is a dynamic flowing style of yoga, harmonising breath and movement to give strength, grace and freedom.

This aerobic style of yoga is suitable for those with a medium to good level of fitness. Each posture flows into the next, creating warmth and energy in your body.

Vinyasa yoga flow classes will be different from week to week and with each teacher developing their own style. It is fantastic for maintaining a healthy weight, strengthening your body and focusing your mind.

Ashtanga Yoga

Ashtanga Yoga is the most athletic and physically demanding form of yoga. This ancient system, discovered by the late Sri T. Krishnamacharya and his disciple Pattabhi Jois in the 1930’s involves a series of set postures practiced in sequence.

There are 6 sequences in all, the first is known as the primary series. Ashtanga yoga follows a set sequence of postures. Each one opening your body up for the next. You will start with the primary series which is really a focus on detoxing the body.

As Ashtanga Yoga is a very fluid and dynamic yoga, a certain level of fitness is required to start. If you are in anyway unfit or very stiff…. we recommend beginners try Hatha Yoga first or join a Beginners Yoga or Foundation Course.

Iyengar Yoga

The Iyengar yoga method is internationally respected for its sophisticated understanding of the yoga asana. There is a great focus on good alignment and the use of props to support your yoga. This form of yoga is a great start for beginners of any age.

Iyengar Yoga develops strength, flexibility and endurance. You will learn precision and subtlety in your asana and breathing (pranayama) practice.

Iyengar yoga’s method is progressive, safe and orderly. The teaching and the postures are adjusted to meet the conditions and needs of each student.

Restorative Yoga

Feeling run down? Stressed? In need of some me time?

Try the amazing restorative yoga classes at The elbowroom. Restorative yoga’s style takes a very slow and gentle pace. Postures are usually deeply supported by blankets, blocks, or other props and are held for several minutes at a time.

Restorative yoga poses have a particular ability to leave us nourished and well rested. These soothing and well-supported poses offer us the opportunity to linger quietly for a few moments and savour the simple sweetness of life.

Pregnancy Yoga

Pregnancy Yoga

For many years now midwives have told us that they know the mothers who do pregnancy yoga classes as birth preparation. Not only are you going to be more focused, but also in better shape for the marathon that is pregnancy and childbirth.

Pregnancy yoga also know as prenatal yoga is a fantastic way to prepare your body and mind for birth and mother hood. The classes comprise of a series of exercises that will help you’re your body cope with the huge changes going on and prepare for the birth of your baby or babies.

You are welcome to join pregnancy yoga classes in your second and third trimesters. If you are still in your first trimester, we can run a private class for you before your body and energy levels are good to embark on the energetic yet revitalising pregnancy yoga classes at The elbowroom.

Kundalini Yoga

Experience the primary postures of Kundalini Yoga to stir the Kundalini energy, our creative potential. We will then complete the energising and revitalising Kriya To Clears the Chakras. Followed by a a healing Gong Bath. Guaranteed to float home !

Yoga Flow

A strong and stable class of invigorating asana to build strength and flexibility. Expect to move through a deep and dynamic flow building energy for the day ahead.


Introducing the pilates repertoire of level I matwork using the fitness circle. This will create body awareness and initiate the strengthening of core stabilising muscles.


The elbowroom offers great Yoga Classes in Dublin for everyone regardless of age and ability.

There are many styles of yoga to suit all you different personality types.

Mum and Baby Yoga

Mum & Baby yoga enables the time to bond with your baby without domestic distractions and great for your babies development. Your baby can enjoy postures along side you or be part of the posture.

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  • A great urban retreat to heal, restore and achieve optimum health. Our team of therapists and instructors firmly believe everybody deserves effective and affordable healthcare for both mind and body. We have grown according to the needs of our clients and community, and our services are all inclusive of age, ability or personal circumstance. If you want to improve your quality of life, we will nurture your full potential in a relaxed, positive and fun environment
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