Author: Orla Crosse

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Exciting News. New Midweek Limerick Class.

Hi guys, I’m delighted to bring you this exciting news! Performance Yoga will be starting 2 new morning yoga classes in Limerick from Sept. Wednesdays Mornings. First class TBA 7/7.30am, for those of you...

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Why you might not be seeing the results you expect from stretching.

This article was recently published on RTE Lifestyle. http://www.rte.ie/lifestyle/living/2016/0530/791945-why-stretching-may-not-be-working-for-you/ Why stretching may not be working for you. After almost a decade of working as a Chartered Physiotherapist with sports teams and individual athletes, I can...

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Charity Yoga Class.

THANK YOU SO MUCH for your generous donations at our recent Charity Yoga Class held Monday 13th June in Clonmel. You raised a whopping €210. The proceeds were divided between 2 worthy and local...

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Why does Yoga Make Everything Feel Better?

Exercise, or any sort of physical activity makes everything feel good. In this fabulous weather, being outdoors, and a little more active than normal, is a recipe for happiness. It’s very rare we come...

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Shoulder Pain Update.

I attended a great course and workshop with Associate Professor Karen Ginn, from the University of Sydney, recently. The course was held in the Leinster Rugby camp at UCD. What a set up! Research...

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20 min Easy Yoga Sequence

I took a little break from classes recently. Basically taking my own advice of finding balance, listening to my body etc 🙂 One of the things I felt I needed a break from was...

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The benefits of: Wide Legged Forward Bend.

Prasarita Padottasana / Wide Legged Standing Forward Bend is a great pose for many reasons. Benefits: Adductor (groin area) and hamstring muscle length and strength.  Core strength. Cues: Step your feet wide apart so...

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The benefits of: Side Reclining Leg Lift.

Anantasana / Side reclining Leg Lift. Benefits: Hip mobility, balance, core strengthener, circulation boost for legs! Cues: Lie on your right side. Right leg is now supporting your balance on the ground. Press actively...