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Hot Yoga Athlone celebrates 10 years of business prominence

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Hot Yoga Athlone celebrates 10 successful years of business this month - the studio first opened by Tricia Fleming in August 2011 when there was only a small number of hot yoga facilities in Ireland.

Hot Yoga Athlone celebrates 10 years of business prominence

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Hot Yoga Athlone celebrates 10 successful years of business this month - the studio first opened by Tricia Fleming in August 2011 when there was only a small number of hot yoga facilities in Ireland.

Hot Yoga Athlone celebrates 10 years of business prominence

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Hot Yoga Athlone celebrates 10 successful years of business this month - the studio first opened by Tricia Fleming in August 2011 when there was only a small number of hot yoga facilities in Ireland.

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Hot Yoga Athlone offers online class to address postural issues

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Over the past year the pandemic has had a significant impact on all daily routines and work lives.

Yoga: Mind and Body Fitness

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One of yoga's most widely recognized poses, Downward-Facing Dog Pose, called Adho Mukha Svanasana in Sanskrit, works to strengthen the core and improve circulation.

Yoga: Mind and Body Fitness

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The practice of yoga not only disciplines your body, but also helps to discipline your mind.

The importance of napping and/or meditation

I am such a big fan of naps during the day, but some people find it very difficult to do this. I don’t care if I actually sleep. What I am trying to do is down regulate my system. Things can be very go, go, go! Without even noticing we can constantly be working hard and holding a bit of stress. That is why I try get at least a 30 minute nap. This way I get a chance to tune out, restart, and go again. The science is there to show that this improves productivity. This means you gain time by napping or meditating rather than waste it.

Yoga Mara now available online

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Yoga Mara aims to bring balance and calm back into the hectic lives of guests through yoga, meditation, nutrition, mindful art, and inspiring conversations. The Yoga Mara philosophy is simple… take time. Time to relax, refresh, and revitalise.

Mindful self-compassion — live online group training for wellbeing and resilience

Our mental attitudes, beliefs, and expectations can have a big influence on whether we thrive and prosper or stagnate and decline. Rick Hanson, an eminent neuropsychologist, describes how the brain has a negativity bias designed to keep us safe rather than happy. He says that this makes our brain like Velcro for bad experience and Teflon for good experience.

 

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