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Amy Moore established Athlone Natural Health Clinic in 1998. She is a practitioner of Traditional Chinese Medicine and offers acupunture, Chinese herbal medicine, and physical therapy at the Clinic. Amy is also an experienced Yoga and Pilates Instructor.
Bikram yogis across the Midlands will have a unique chance to meet and practise along with international female yoga asana champion ChauKei Ngai when she comes to Bikram Athlone on Sunday September 22.
Bikram Yoga Athlone has a number of hot offers to keep you fit and healthy for the summer. Bikram Yoga is a 26-posture and two-breathing exercise series, which takes place in a room heated to 40 degrees with 40 per cent humidity to make you sweat and stretch safely. It not just a stretching class, as some of the postures develop your strength. The heat and humidity means your heart and lungs are worked so it becomes a cardiovascular and aerobic workout. It is suitable for everyone as each person works at their own pace and fitness level.
This year marks the inaugural year for Ireland’s Laughter Championship. NUI Galway student Siobhan Kavanagh is hoping to cure the Irish people of stress through the natural remedy of laughter as she conducts this charity event in aid of Jigsaw in the Harbour Hotel this Sunday May 5.
Spring classes at the Cúram Family Centre, Claremorris includes gardening, flower arranging, bridge, art and yoga. Contact Cúram for brochure. For more information for booking contact 094 966 2096.
Enjoy a detox retreat where there is an abundance of yummy healthy foods to indulge in, food that tastes great and does not do any damage — it benefits the body. Enjoy yoga classes, meditation, breathing techniques, nutrition guidance, a beautiful forest on the side of a serene lake, cosy, warm beds, hot showers, and great company.
Did you know that some of the world's most famous athletes and sports people do yoga to complement their physical training—Carl Lewis, Andy Murray, Venus and Serena Williams, and the New Zealand Rugby team. Yoga is a proven method of correcting and preventing injuries in sport and gives you the mental focus required to reach your highest potential in any sport.
The Irish summer may not be giving us the hot temperatures we wish for but that is no reason to be cold this summer as you can stay hot at Bikram Yoga Athlone.
Yoga Shala, based in Barna, is offering a new yoga programme for triathletes. Building on its experience with high-profile sports players, including members of the Connacht Rugby team and top GAA stars, Yoga Shala will be offering a four-week programme. With the IRONMAN returning to Galway in just eight weeks, triathletes are struggling to squeeze yoga into their intense schedules. The classes run on Tuesdays and Thursdays at 6am and began on July 24.
Galway Yoga Kids Camp provides a safe and nurturing environment where your children can strengthen their sense of confidence, focus, breath, creativity, physical awareness, and appreciation of their whole being through yoga, movement, music, and art.