Hatha Yoga Classes

Hatha yoga is a unique form of exercise which has wonderful physical and emotional benefits. It is both a physical and mental discipline that helps to achieve peacefulness of body and mind. In a hatha yoga class we practice yoga postures, breathing techniques and deep relaxation. A class also includes “Sun Salutations”. This is a series of postures, one flowing into the next. This builds aerobic fitness and tones the  muscles. Each class finishes with a deep relaxation session.  Neasa’s hatha yoga classes promote a calming state which allows the mind and body to relax easily.
Over the years she has practiced Hatha, Iyengar, Vinyasa Flow, Anusara and Yin yoga. She has learned from all these styles and this influences her style of teaching. Each week the class has a different focus, sometimes twists, other times backbends, inversions etc. The style can vary from slow Hatha, to Hatha Vinyasa to Yin but always includes some pranayama and a chance to connect to your practice in a relaxed environment.

Hatha Yoga Class information

There are 3 Hatha classes a week. Which level is right for you?


This class is for those who have never tried yoga before and those who are working on the more basic postures. Or maybe it’s just been a while since you’ve practiced and you want to ease yourself back into yoga .

Level 1

This level is suitable for improvers. It’s the class for those who have practiced some yoga before and  have an understanding of the basic postures.

Level 2

This class  is for students who have practiced yoga before and have knowledge of the basic and intermediate postures and want to challenge themselves somewhat.

  • Please bring a yoga mat to the class.
  • It’s best to wear comfortable clothing when practising yoga.
  • Avoid eating a large meal before the class.


Drop in places may be available. Please contact Neasa before arriving for a drop-in class.


Hatha Class 1 Hour Drop in €15

Hatha Class 1 1/4 hour Drop in €16

For hygiene reasons we ask everyone to bring their own mat with you. If you forget your mat you can borrow one.

Classes take place in the Scots Presbyterian church (the new hall), Clontarf Road, Dublin 3. See location map for details

Neasa is also available to teach private yoga classes to individuals and groups.