Why practice Yoga?
A Gentle Yoga series for you
🦋 ‘Four lessons towards balance’ 🦋
🦋 A series of 4 mini Yoga programs that are suitable for beginners and those looking for a more gentle practice of Yoga.
🧘♂️ I’ve a program for the Hips for you
🧘♂️ I look at posture and how poor posture can affect the musculoskeletal system.
🧘♂️ I’ve a program for the lower back which uses somatic movements to release deep rooted tension in the postural muscles of the back
🧘♂️ Finally, once you are more body aware, you might like to try a program to develop strength and flexibility.
So, join me for one or more sessions in my little Yoga studio at Purecamping 🌿🦋 🌿 🏕
It’s free but if you are able to donate to one of our selected charities, that would be great.
Introduction to ‘Four lessons to Balance’
Session 1: ‘Move those hips’ Donations to the Hope Foundation
Session 2: ‘Improving posture” Donations to the Friends of the Irish Environment
Mission statement of FIE (Our mission is to create and maintain a network of citizen conservationists and environmentalists in Ireland to ensure a clean, healthy and well protected human and natural environment supporting a sustainable society and economy.)
Session 3: ‘All about the back” Donations to the The Irish Whale and Dolphin Group
Mission statement of IWDG (to promote better understanding of cetaceans (Whales, Dolphins and Porpoises) and their habitats through education & research.)
Session 4: “Building strength and stamina” Donations to the Irish Wildlife Trust
Mission statement of IWT (aims to conserve wildlife and the habitats they depend on throughout Ireland while encouraging a greater understanding and appreciation of the natural world and the need to protect it.)
Autumn and Winter Yoga courses
I (Trea) teach Yoga in Querrin and Kilrush on a weekly basis from October to November and January to April.
My classes can accommodate all levels and abilities. Postures are developed as the term goes on and as your body adapts.
Supported Meditation to ‘Mind Your Mind’
I have 20 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. These sessions allowed 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.
These meditation sessions ran in 2018 and are not running currently.
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.
Summer Drop-in Yoga classes:
- Saturday 9-10am and some Sundays with Marie-Claire 9-10am.
- Wednesdays at 8pm and
- Thursday mornings 9-10am.
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 2022. Check out the individual pages for more details on how to book:
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. Check out the Events page to see what is going on.