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Yoga centres and teachers across Ireland will be donating the proceeds of their classes to ActionAid’s ongoing work in Nepal this June. Two yoga studios in Mayo will be taking part: Bonco Wellness will be running a yoga class on Saturday, June 18 from 10am to 11.30am. Yoga teacher Aideen Ryan will also be running a class during the month of June, with the location and date yet to be confirmed. For more information visit www.actionaid.ie/yoga-day.
Bikram Yoga Athlone is the place to get yourself ready for summer this year. Whether you just want to get yourself bikini-ready, are looking to improve your fitness, or need help with an injury, Bikram Yoga can help.
Yo!Fit – leading personal trainer and yoga teacher join forces to create exciting new exercise concept
Two of Galway’s most experienced health and fitness professionals have teamed up to create an exercise class combining the best of fitness training and yoga. Personal trainer Sarah Thornton and yoga teacher Laragh Cunningham are behind Yo!Fit, a custom-designed programme they guarantee will switch on both body and soul.
Westmeath County Council has fortified its campaign to raise awareness of the problem of dog fouling with the launch of its Green Dog Walkers initiative.
At Mindful Movements we specialise in Joseph Pilates reformer bed exercises. Combined with our instructors skill and expertise, we regularly achieve a dramatic impact on the lives of our clients in how they look, feel and move.
NUI Galway is currently recruiting participants for a new study on the efficacy of Pilates in falls prevention in healthy older adults over 65 years old. The outcomes assessed will include questionnaires and tests of physical activity, balance, foot pressure, mobility, gait, cognition and falls.
AIT Sport’s state-of-the-art gym is opening its doors to the public.
The tireless efforts of local sporting organisations have contributed significantly to the fact that there has been a steady increase in the number of older people becoming active, according to a local sports official.
When we think of losing weight, we put great emphasis on the clothes in our closet and that section that seems to have a tag saying ‘Need to lose weight to fit into this’.
Using innovative training techniques, Educogym is breaking away from the same approach used by its fitness club counterparts, developing its structure from a study proving that short amounts of weight resistance training, and a low-sugar diet, not only burned fat, but increased muscle mass.