Yoga Classes in Contarf Dublin 3
Update – Classes Temporarily suspended due to Covid 19 outbreak
Neasa Ní Aileagáin teaches all student levels in Clontarf Dublin 3.
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Neasa received her yoga teaching diploma from the Yoga Therapy Training Centre in Dublin in 2004 and has been teaching since. She completed further training in Ireland and India with senior teachers from the Hatha and Sivananda traditions. Neasa teaches Hatha, Yin and Vinyasa Yoga, Pregnancy Yoga and Mother and Baby Yoga.
Neasa is a qualified Yoga Tune Up Therapy ball practicionar. She completed her training May 2014 with Dagmar Khan. She teaches Yoga Tune Up Therapy ball classes as well as one to one consultations.
Neasa is a qualified Be Activated Practitioner. She completed her level 1 and level 2 training with Douglas Heel in 2018. See more on Be Activated here What is Be Activated?
Her classes are enjoyable and beneficial to mind and body. Join her at her Clontarf location!
What Neasa’s students say
Going to yoga with Neasa for over two years and can’t recommend it enough! Improved my flexibility and strengthened my core, also fantastic for preventing running injuries! Love it!
- Fiona, Marino -
I have attended Neasa’s Hatha Yoga classes for almost 2 years now and have found each session to be extremely beneficial in improving strength, tone and posture. The fact that so many participants have been attending her courses for years is a credit to both Neasa and the quality of her teaching. I would highly recommend her classes to anyone, from beginners to experienced, wishing to join a Yoga Course.
- Sarah, Clontarf, Dublin 3 -
I took Neasa’s prenatal yoga classes from the start of the second trimester until my due date and cannot recommend them highly enough. I absolutely loved Neasa’s classes – signing up for them was one of the best decisions I made during my pregnancy.
- Aoileann, Dublin 3 -
As a health professional and first time mother I would definitely promote prenatal yoga and Neasa’s class is a must!
- Louise, Glasnevin -
Benefits of Yoga
Yoga has wonderful physical and emotional benefits. By practicing you can experience:
- Improved breath awareness
- Increase in strength
- Release of tense muscles
- Help in dealing with stress and improved concentration (through breathing and relaxation techniques)