Search Results for 'Yoga as exercise or alternative medicine'

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New year, new you at Bikram Yoga Athlone

It’s that time of year again, when we all decide that this is the year we are going to get fit, healthy, and slim! But have you already fallen off the wagon? Are you bored of your fitness routine? Is it time to introduce something new? Well Bikram Yoga and the Hot60 at Bikram Yoga Athlone may be for you.

Namoste Athlone: Movember launches ‘Moga’

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Movember is back and this year it aims to get the Irish public flexing their muscles while raising awareness and funds for men’s health.

Get ready for summer at Bikram Yoga Athlone

Bikram Yoga Athlone is the place to get yourself ready for summer this year. It doesn’t matter if you just want to get yourself bikini-ready or are looking to improve your fitness or help with an injury, Bikram Yoga can help. As the weather starts to improve we all want to look and, equally important, feel good as we start to take off the layers of clothes we have hidden under for the winter months.

Athlone team compete in yoga championships

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Four members of Bikram Yoga Athlone recently travelled to Dublin to participate in the second annual Irish Yoga Asana Championship.

Bikram workshop this weekend

International female yoga asana champion ChauKei Ngai comes to Bikram Athlone on Sunday September 22.

Rejuvenate your body, mind, and spirit

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.

Laughter is the best medicine as Galway prepares for first Laughter Championship

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.

Improve your running with Yoga for Runners

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.

Yoga for fitness and life

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.

Yoga for children

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.


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