Yoga and Meditation at Purecamping



Why practice Yoga?

A yoga practice is usually made up of breathing practices,  Asanas (physical yoga postures) and a meditation or a relaxation at the end. Your own practice could be ten minutes or a couple of hours. It really depends on what you need at any given time.

Yoga Asanas are mindful movements that stretch and strengthen the body. They work at many levels, at a physical level, on the musculo-skeletal, cardiovascular and circulatory, digestive, endocrine or hormonal system and the nervous system. Asanas also stimulate energy in the body,  increasing the flow of energy and allowing it to flow more freely.

Combined with a Pranayama or Breathing practice the effect is intensified. A simple breathing practice like the Complete Breath can transform ones state of mind instantly!

Over time, you can go deeper into your yoga practice with meditation and  Yoga Philosophy.

Ultimately, a regular yoga practice can help you to be the best that you can be …… Now is the time 🙂

Autumn and Winter Yoga courses

I (Trea) teach Yoga in Querrin and Kilrush on a weekly basis from September to November and January to April.

Classes available are:

  • Continuation\Advanced Yoga
  • Gentle Yoga
  • Meditation
  • Pregnancy Yoga
  • Post-natal, Mother and Baby Yoga
  • Childrens’ Yoga

Supported Meditation to ‘Mind Your Mind’

I have over 15 years of  teaching experience after undertaking training in Galway with Satyananda Yoga teachers, Shraddha Murti and Chetan Murti in 2002.

Many of the practices, such as the practice of Yoga Nidra were derived from Tantric practices. Meditations  such as Antar Mouna (Inner Silence), Chitakash Dharana (Meditation on the mind space) and Ajapa Japa were all derived from the Tantras.  I usually teach the practices of Meditation on the Breath and Kaya Sthairim (Body Stillness) first, before moving on to the other meditation practices.

This ‘Mind Your Mind’ series of meditation sessions came about after a number of students mentioned that they would love to do a meditation class separately to the Yoga class. It allows students to focus on the more subtle practices of Pranayama and Meditation with ongoing support in the form of recordings, notes and personal journaling and follow up classes.

Exact dates of these sessions are on the Events page.

Summer Yoga classes

Yes! you can combine your cosy camping experience with some Yoga or Meditation.

Try some early morning Yoga on the weekend or some midweek chill out time:

Weekend Campers Yoga 8:30-9:30am during summer months (June-August).

Drop-in Yoga classes on Wednesdays at 8pm and 10am on Thursdays.

Please text 086 3819 216 to confirm attendance as space is limited.


In addition to weekly classes, we have the following retreats taking place in 2018. Check out the individual pages for more details on how to book:

Loop Head Wellness Weekends – April and September (2018)

Mother and Girls ‘Bealtaine’ Yoga Weekend (2018)

Santosa Yoga Camp (Unfortunately we will not be running Santosa in 2018)

Santosa Yoga Camp is a three day yoga event that takes place each year at the end of June. Read about it here

Yoga Mornings and Days

If you really want to take time out, you could try out a half or full day of Yoga and Meditation. We also run Silent Retreat days from time to time with the addition of Qigong with Qigong and Tai Chi instructor, Kevin Copeland. Check out the Events page to see what is going on.

Groups and Venue hire

Yoga classes with Trea can be arranged for groups or on a private basis.
The yoga space is available for independent groups to rent out.

More information on Yoga